The DA ‘done deal’ that came undone

by Ruth Leubecker

With a growing workload and backed up court logs, sharing one district attorney has become a grueling grind for Washington and Hancock Counties.

However, this past 130th legislative session had every reason to believe that LD 272, by establishing two separate prosecutorial districts, finally had solved this longtime festering situation. But after the final gavel sounded, an eleventh-hour mystery that no one wants to talk about had happened.

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