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District Attorney Steve Wolfson Talks About Police Accountability
District Attorney Steve Wolfson Talks About Police Accountability

AIR DATE: January 18, 2013

District Attorney Steve Wolfson has been on the job for 10 months. When he was hired, he was charged with bringing more accountability to local police departments, which have high rates of officer-involved shootings. Has he done it? And what does he think of the new system for investigating officer-involved shootings?
Steve Wolfson, District Attorney, Clark County


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    WHy not let a jury decide, why let the da be judge and jury for the police an obvious conflict of interest, what a farce!
    marcusJan 15, 2013 08:06:07 AM
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