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Sarah Hacker is tough on crime and believes in justice for all. This is reflected in her conservative values, which carry over to her position as an attorney, and will continue to be reflected in her decisions once elected as the Kings County District Attorney. Below you will find links to some documents that further illustrate why Sarah Hacker is who you should cast your vote for on June 7th!
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Apr 22, 2022 | Valley Voice
Evidence mounts in allegations of Kings County DA Fagundes creating a hostile work environment
It was probably no coincidence that Kings County Personnel Director Henie Ring told the Kings County Board of Supervisors on April 18 that she is resigning and moving out of the county. Ring, a 15 year Kings County employee, is listed as a witness to “unprecedented abuse” in a complaint filed by former County Administrative Officer (CAO) Rebecca Campbell. Campbell filed an “injury and/or damage” claim against the Kings County District Attorney’s Office (DA) and the Kings County Board of Supervisors (BOS).
Mar 21, 2022 | The Sun
Cozy relationships, sex harassment scandal prompt challenge to Kings Co. DA
While he squares off with California Attorney Rob Bonta, Kings County District Attorney Keith Fagundes is facing a different challenge at the ballot box this June.
He’ll also face the challenge without the support of Kings County Sheriff David Robinson.
Oct 8, 2021 | Valley Voice
Kings County DA Fagundes fights back against alleged county retaliation
Keith Fagundes, the Kings County District Attorney, filed a Writ of Mandate on October 4 demanding the county cease a pattern of allegedly retaliatory behavior against him. He claims in the petition that the behavior has been ongoing since the county was threatened with a lawsuit in July.
Sep 27, 2021 | The Sun
Ex-Top DA investigator sues Kings Co. over alleged harassment from Fagundes
Former Kings County District Attorney Chief Investigator Robert Waggle followed through on a lawsuit against his former employer – the County of Kings – claiming harassment, retaliation, and failure to comply with key California labor laws.
The complaint, initially filed in Kings County Superior Court earlier in September, arrives after a government claim for damages was rebuffed by members of the Kings County Board of Supervisors.
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