California Department of Justice Decline to Prosecute Iregularties
After the Coalition’s extensive investigation of irregularities in conducting the Glendale Captains exam. The matter was referred to the Los Angeles District attorney’s office for investigation. The matter was subsequently referred to the California department of Justice. Below is the “determination” of the California Department of Justice and decision to exercise its discretion and decline to prosecute.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office referred your April 12,2016, “Request for investigation and enforcement” to our office. After reviewing and investigating the illegations, we have decided to exercise our discretion not to file criminal charges in this matter. Any decision to file charges must be informed by our judgment as to whether a reasonable jury is likely to return a conviction under the I exacting beyond a reasonable doubt standard and whether meaningful criminal sanctions are likely to be imposed in the event the jury returns a guilty verdict. Alter consideration of all the circumstances in this case–including that the examination was re administered with a different panel after the irregularities in The first examination came to light–we have concluded that criminal charges are not warranted. We appreciate your bringing the matter to our attention.