A key issue in the battle to become Carson City’s next district attorney is a high staff turnover rate in the office.
“Over the past few years, I’ve just been kind of watching what’s happening in the DA’s office and it struck me Carson City could be better served,” Jason Woodbury said in an interview this week.
He said since 2007 the 21-person office has had 39 people leave.
“Some turnover is inevitable but this alarming rate means something is wrong,” Woodbury said. “The truth is Carson City has lost a lot of good people because the District Attorney’s office has not been a healthy place to work in recent years.”
He pointed to what he termed “bickering” between the DA’s staff and the state Public Defender’s office saying that would come to an end if he’s elected.
Assistant DA Mark Krueger, who is seeking the post being vacated by…
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