Florida Keys News - Key West Citizen
Sunday, December 30, 2012
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Grant money to help DUI backlog
Former assistant state attorney looks to decrease DUI caseload

The Assistant State Attorney's office has hired a lawyer to prosecute only alcohol-related crimes due to an increased backlog of cases and they're doing it through a state grant.

Nick Trovato, who formerly worked as an Assistant State Attorney from July 1, 2010 to March 30, is back from private practice to focus on resolving the backlog of some 400 drunk driving cases and a...

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