Christina Carrier Sentenced For Theft

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9 thoughts on “Christina Carrier Sentenced For Theft

  1. Having served in the SAO from 1990-2014, I can answer the question posed by 9:07 above. Yes, there are public employees who do the bare minimum to get their paychecks. However, there are prosecutors and police who work tirelessly on behalf of the people of this county. Prosecutors are sometimes called upon after midnight to respond to the scene of serious crimes, even though they have court in the morning. Police often come to court even on their days off or during vacation or after having worked all night. Prosecutors often work 14 hour days including Saturdays and Sundays prior to beginning major jury trials. Prosecutors are paid a salary, so they don’t get paid for working overtime. You see, some public employees go the “extra mile” to make sure that cases are properly investigated and properly presented in the courtrooms. As a result, crime victims, criminal defendants, and the general public sometimes get something called JUSTICE. Yes 9:07, it is important to recognize those public employees who go above and beyond. They help to keep us all SAFE.

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  2. 9:07 got up on the wrong side of their bed??? Lighten up, it is there job to investigate and charge those that break the law, BUT, a little praise goes a long way along with a thank you for doing a job throughly! Glad to see Ms. Dykes use that communication! Everybody likes a little praise every now and then.

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  3. Sherwood now Safford sucks. They advertise $5 cars and million mile warranties. Of course these are lies so who would want to deal with them?

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  4. Can someone explain why it is that these public employees feel the need to thank everyone for just doing the job theth were hired and paid for? Especially law enforcement?

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