More favoritism allegations involving Douglas Co. DA

FOX 5 I-Team investigates

More favoritism allegations involving Douglas Co. DA, David McDade

Posted: Updated: May 20, 2013 11:12 PM
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ga. -

The Douglas County district attorney used seized drug money to take support staff to a north Georgia training conference designed for prosecuting attorneys. The FOX 5 I-Team followed along and found the four women didn't even register to attend the conference.    

Senior FOX 5 I-Team reporter Dale Russell says the trip involves some of the same family members who were part of our earlier report on nepotism in the DA's office.

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