Out of Time: Domestic violence cases can't be charged after city prosecutor sat on dozens of investigations for years

A prosecutor in southern Minnesota sat on dozens of criminal investigations for years, including cases involving drunk driving and domestic assault that can no longer be charged because the statute of limitations have expired, according to public records reviewed by 5 INVESTIGATES.

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Out of Time: Domestic violence cases can't be charged after city prosecutor sat on dozens of investigations for years


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