In state legal systems, elected county prosecutors decide who gets tried and on what charges. With this great power, are there any limits? With controversy surrounding the investigation of police misconduct in so many cities, should local prosecutors be the ones deciding whether to charge police officers?
Stephen Zappala serves as the elected district attorney of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, which includes the city of Pittsburgh and over 100 other municipalities.
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