Thursday, March 06, 2014

Whoops, there goes another one!

Congratulations and wishing Deputy District Attorney David Nims and his wife a safe and successful move - John Chiv/Words Worth

DDA David Nims and his wife Megan are moving to be closer to family and David Nims is starting a new job as a Deputy Public Defender for El Dorado County.
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Congratulations to Mr. Nims.
Condolences to his co-workers.
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Long (but partial) list of the Prosecutors we have 'LOST'
DDA Ed Borg
DDA Worth Dikeman
DDA Frank Dunnick
DDA Eamon Fitzgerald
DDA Heather Gimle
DDA Paul Hagen
DDA Nicole Hansen
DDA Shane Hauschild
DDA Andrew Isaac
DDA Allison Jackson
DDA Harry Kassakian
DDA Elizabeth Norton
DDA Murat Ozgur
Patrick Pekin
DDA Amanda Penny
DDA Gloria Albin-Sheets
DDA Tim Stoen
Jennifer Strona
DDA Andy Truitt
DDA Nandor Vadas
DDA Rob Wade
Bill Rodstrom
DDA Maggie Fleming
Wes Keat - RETIRED
DDA Allan Dollison
DDA Arnie Klein
DDA Jeff Schwartz
DDA Davina Smith
DDA Mary McCarthy
DDA Randy Mailman
DDA Kathleen Bryson
DDA Ben McLaughlin

PLUS:
Investigator Chris Andrews
Investigator Chris Cook
Investigator Jim Dawson (retired)
Investigator Mike Hislop
Business Manager Jeannie Duncan
Paul's secretary Gail Dias
Office Manager Linda Modell
Investigator Eric Olson
Investigator Kathy Philp (retired)
Investigator Dave Rybarczyk
Investigator Dave Walker
County Counsel Kim Kerr

PLUS from CAST:
Child Interview Specialist Gillian Wadsworth
Child Interview Specialist Laura Todd
Senior Legal Secretary Melissa Arnold
Alternate Child Interviewer Jennifer Maguire
Now you have the office operating at half staff.

The new DA will have to find a way to attract a boatload of new prosecutors. It's not going to be an easy task.

3 comments:

  1. Normally it's a big change to go from Deputy DA to Deputy Public Defender. Maybe not in these circumstances.

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  2. Will miss you David. You are the cats meow

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  3. Ben McLaughlin3/08/2014 8:40 AM

    Worked with David for some time before I left the DAO, and have had several cases with him since. A smart and thoughtful attorney. Big loss.

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