New Denver DA Wants Open Grand Juries In Cop Cases

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Chief Denver Deputy District Attorney Mitch Morrissey, campaigning on his years of service as a career prosecutor, won an election yesterday to become Denver’s next District Attorney. He will succeed term-limited Bill Ritter, who strongly endorsed Morrissey, calling him a “consummate prosecutor.” Morrissey defeated Beth McCann and John Walsh. Although Morrissey won only the Democratic
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