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Topic - Emmet C. Davitt
"We can only hope," State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt said after sentencing. "You know, I think it is a message that will certainly deter certain conduct. I would never be so naive as to think that they're aren't going to be individuals who misuse their power, but I think it will send a message."
"Elected officials are entrusted with public resources and they are not for personal use," state prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt told reporters after the verdict.