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Topic - Bill Stokes
"I happen to believe that the public does have a right to know what we're doing, but I also believe we have to make sure that judicial proceedings are fair and that the prosecution doesn't dump all its information in the media and try it in the press," said Bill Stokes, the deputy attorney general who runs the office's criminal division and argued the case.
"We certainly understand the frustration. We share it. There's nothing worse than losing a child," Deputy Attorney General Bill Stokes said Monday. "You have to make sure you protect the integrity of the investigation by following the evidence."