Hard to argue with concrete facts in the state employees public salary database. Jon David, by filing multiple hearings in the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court; willingly chose to spend 1 year of his public salary time to 'fight' political chest thumping battles. Instead of upholding his District Attorney Oath of Office, commanding that the District Attorney spend his salaried time prosecuting criminal cases.
Public salary database http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/99999999/MULTIMEDIA/110209714
§ 7A-61. Duties of district attorney.
The district attorney shall prepare the trial dockets, prosecute in a timely manner in the name of the State all criminal actions and infractions requiring prosecution in the superior and district courts of his prosecutorial district, advise the officers of justice in his district, and perform such duties related to appeals to the Appellate Division from his district as the Attorney General may require. Effective January 1, 1971, the district attorney shall also represent the State in juvenile cases in which the juvenile is represented by an attorney. Each district attorney shall devote his full time to the duties of his office and shall not engage in the private practice of law.
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