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As then United States Attorney General Robert H. Jackson once suggested, "The prosecutor has more control over life, liberty, and reputation than any other person in America."  It is therefore of critical importance that we strive to emulate the good prosecutor he described: "The qualities of a good prosecutor are as elusive and as impossible to define as those which mark a gentleman. And those who need to be told would not understand it anyway. A sensitiveness to fair play and sportsmanship is perhaps the best protection against the abuse of power, and the citizen’s safety lies in the prosecutor who tempers zeal with human kindness, who seeks truth and not victims, who serves the law and not factional purposes, and who approaches his task with humility." 
   Paul Czajka
District Attorney

James A. Carlucci
Carl G. Whitbeck, Jr.
Ryan M. Carty
Joyce Crawford
Krista Kline
Sean P. Lally
Brendan S. Cranna
Veronica S. Concra
Assistant District Attorneys
 
William H. Hogencamp
James E. Bertram
Investigators