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District Attorney David Roger
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AIR DATE: November 10, 2011

Last week, Clark County District Attorney David Roger announced his retirement. He will be leaving the job he has held for nearly nine years in January. His plans for to take a job with the Police Protective Association has raised some eyebrows and his decision to keep his campaign war chest has also led some people to think he might be looking at judicial office. So what does the future hold for David Roger?

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David Roger, DA, Clark County


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