Embarrassing the DA 

An outgoing top prosecutor allegedly ran and hid from a process server and then instigated a violent confrontation.

A controversial rape case that roiled the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office and played a pivotal role in last year's election could come to a close as early as next week. But before it does, the case has prompted yet another…

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