Los Angeles County County prosecutors union wins round in battle with LA DA Cooley

By Rick Orlov Contra Costa Times Staff Writer Posted: 10/06/2011 06:00:17 PM PDT The union representing Los Angeles County prosecutors won a major round this week in its battle with District Attorney Steve Cooley, with a tentative settlement granting it a permanent injunction and $575,000 in penalties. The deal calls for the county to pay $125,000 to the Association for Deputy District Attorneys and $450,000 to Deputy District Attorney…[For full story: http://www.contracostatimes.com/california/ci_19056354 ]

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Los Angeles County County prosecutors union wins round in battle with LA DA Cooley

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