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Clarifications

Clarifications A letter in "We the People" in Wednesday's edition of the Superior Telegram incorrectly states a plea agreement negotiated by District Attorney Dan Blank in connection with a stabbing imposed no prison time. A 12-year prison senten...

Clarifications

A letter in "We the People" in Wednesday's edition of the Superior Telegram incorrectly states a plea agreement negotiated by District Attorney Dan Blank in connection with a stabbing imposed no prison time. A 12-year prison sentence imposed and stayed. Another letter states a man accused of second-degree sexual assault wasn't convicted of the felony. According to online court records, the suspect pleaded guilty to the charge March 3 and is under a deferred prosecution agreement. Failure to meet the terms of the agreement would result in a felony conviction. Ethically, Blank said, he could not announce his candidacy for a nonpartisan judicial seat while running for a partisan office.

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