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DAS

Digital Analog Simulator.

Represents analog computer design.
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Austin says," continued the district attorney, "she's looked into this case, and asks to have the man turned over to her.
But Oregonians do know that if they become victims of crimes, as many will in their lifetimes, they should be able to have full confidence in their county's district attorney.
Cory Thompson, 39, who pleaded not guilty Friday to sending district attorney Greg Totten, Ventura County Sheriff Bob Brooks and three other sheriff's custody deputies envelopes filled with white powder - later determined to be baby powder - was found in his cell.
We commend Judge Warren for his strong and truly patriotic act in calling to task the Riverside District Attorney for promoting this controversial deputy district attorney to a position of management and leadership.
Cooley of Toluca Lake was elected Los Angeles County's 36th district attorney on Nov.
When the cases come to us, they get filed right away,'' said Deputy District Attorney David R.
Martin, the son of a former New York City police officer, brings to Bingham Dana more than 20 years experience as a trial lawyer, Assistant District Attorney in Middlesex County, and Assistant United States Attorney in Boston.
Shortly after the company launched Onsale atCost, the Santa Clara District Attorney sent an inquiry to Onsale seeking information about Onsale's atCost program and asserting that Onsale atCost might be in violation of certain provisions of the California Business and Professions Code.
Accordingly, the court and the district attorney have developed an operational plan for cases filed after the next holiday weekend - the Fourth of July.
In 1978, Cochran returned to public service, when he was appointed Assistant District Attorney of Los Angeles County, making him the first African-American lawyer to hold this position in the country's largest prosecutorial agency.
District Attorney Steve Cooley said his office has already initiated efforts to address this ``troubling issue'' by dealing with the Superior Court.
The appellate justices said the trial judge was correct in deciding that Beard-Williams need not pay the district attorney fees because her lawsuit was not frivolous.

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