"This city has a shameful, I repeat, shameful, shortage of district attorneys," said NFSC member Clyde Nelson.
But now they're targeting him. Peter Gilchrist has long bemoaned a lack of funding in his office: "W
The technology there so outdated, details get lost, cases get dismissed. Natalie Garrison works for Gilchrist.
But now NFSC suggests what isn't right...is the fact that Gilchrist himself hasn't scored the funds the system needs, even hinting he's stood in the way. Check out the group's website, where it says "a history of resistance to change from District Attorneys and judges is in part why we're still operating under a feudal-like system that is at least 20 years old and outdated."