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    Default Who is DA Mary Lacy's immediate superior?

    I keep asking this and my post gets soundly ignored for some reason. I realize Mary Lacy is an elected official therefore she must answer to the people who elected her. But she is not the top of the political totem pole, I would think. When it comes down to it, she's actually only just the DA. So who is the the next highest official? Bad DA's are dealt with by someone. Who is that someone? Who does Mary Lacy answer to?

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    Don't trust me on this, but I think it's Lin Wood.

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    This might vary from place to place, but I think that oftentimes a DA answers to a County Board. Also, it's my understanding that State Attorney Generals' powers supercede those of District Attorneys. I don't know if DAs answer to State AGs, though.

    I don't know how it works in CO. Maybe the Governor would be who Lacy must answer to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000 Sparks View Post
    Don't trust me on this, but I think it's Lin Wood.
    Sparks is right.

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    I don't know, but I think 1000 Sparks is most likely right.


    Quote Originally Posted by 1000 Sparks View Post
    Don't trust me on this, but I think it's Lin Wood.


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    LOL - in pure Sparky style!

    If not Lin, then I'd guess the Attorney General?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000 Sparks View Post
    Don't trust me on this, but I think it's Lin Wood.

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    Good one, Sparky.

    No, we need to find some way to get the State Attorney General to take some action.
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    I think a city District Attorney answers to the State Attorney General.
    This is my Constitutionally protected OPINION. Please do not copy or take it anywhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeDee View Post
    I think a city District Attorney answers to the State Attorney General.
    Legally, you are correct DeeDee. In reality, Sparky you are correct.

    Lacy answers to Lin Wood. If she can extract her lips from his rear long enough to jump through whatever hoop he wants.

    I can only imagine the complaints the A.G. has received about Lacy. I have no idea if it will do any good. Doubt it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000 Sparks View Post
    Don't trust me on this, but I think it's Lin Wood.
    Too true.

    Ah Sparky, I hope you feel this great big hug I'm sending. I LOVE your sense of humor.

    Well, I do trust you, and unfortunately, you are correct. It's obvious Mary Lacy answers to NO ONE but Ramsey attorneys, Lin Wood and Hal Haddon.

    After Lacy's John Mark Karr debacle, she should have been removed from office, but did anything happen? No. Did Lacy even receive a formal censure? A bad conduct report? Her name written on the blackboard? Nope. Not one thing happened to make Mary Lacy wake up and realize she is not God.

    Oh yes, there was the usual public outcry against Lacy's incompetence and stupidity, but nothing happened. No one in power did a d*mn thing. So, since Lacy got away with it the first time, she upped the ante and reached even further into her bag of tricks, pulling out what she "BELIEVES" (her quote, not mine) to be a magic invisible DNA cloak!

    Boulder DA Lacy donned this invisible cloak with the invisible gold DNA threads, and is now parading it all over the country, so proud to look like the royalty she is. Unfortunately, what Lacy doesn't realize is that the DA has no clothes, and she has exposed herself (and her idiocy) once again.

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    All true Cherokee. I was just wondering if someone could go over her head to complain. If that person got a barrage of emails and snail maill and phone calls maybe something would be done. But i think since Lacy is a short timer nobody will do anything. By the time they looked into it, you know how red tape is, she would be out of office anyway. She sure planned her exit strategy well and considered the time frame. I think this was planned well in advance, regardless of any DNA results. It was going to happen all along, DNA or no DNA.



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