Remember the Marion County Deputy Prosecutor who played a little liquored-up game of "bumper cars" in my neighborhood last year and then resigned?
Guess who got her old job back?
Bonus: She pled out of the DUI and wasn't even charged with Leaving The Scene. Do you think you or I would have gotten the same treatment? (Don't bother answering that question; it was rhetorical.)
I'd say that it's things like this that destroy the public's trust in the prosecutor's office, but that would imply that there was still some public trust left to destroy.
The winning comment so far?