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In a statement, she said the letter never should have been sent and her office wouldn’t prosecute a journalist or compel them to reveal sources.
She called it “antiquated” and said deputy city attorneys would not prosecute anyone for it.
My office has never – and will never – prosecute a journalist or compel them to reveal confidential sources.
POLITICS REPORT: MARA ELLIOTT, PLUMBERSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSAUGUST 1, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The office also prosecutes all misdemeanor crimes in the city of San Diego.
As San Diego prepares to prosecute people who attended protests, the streetlight camera footage could be useful not just to local authorities, but to federal prosecutors.
In Miami, Florida, and Ramapo, New York, the SEC has fined and helped prosecute government officials involved in bond-market fraud.
Prosecute him, and you may promise yourself to be blown up at every gaming-house in the town.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL IV.EDITORS: ARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON
Prosecute the boy, and you put him in prison, and spend more money; you get none back.
THE NEW MISTRESSGEORGE MANVILLE FENN

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