I'll Take "Things That Aren't Any of the Prosecutor's Damn Business" for $1,000, Alex.
There were a couple of interesting things of note in this article about the Darius Lewis case by Nicole Hensley in yesterday's Chronicle that I thought were worth mentioning . . . Spoiler Alert: it isn't really up to the prosecutor to decide whether or not a client is indigent enough to qualify for appointed counsel unless he or she is doubling as the judge or county auditor. Also, when did prosecutors start sharing juvenile criminal history?