DA Tony Rackauckas Archive


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  • “Ms. Hayden’s election to the Superior Court will do much to erase the stain that Judge Johnson has left upon it.” ~ Orange County Register Editorial Board All over Orange […]

    Binders Full of Women at OCGOP: Helen Hayden for Sup Ct Judge

    “Ms. Hayden’s election to the Superior Court will do much to erase the stain that Judge Johnson has left upon it.” ~ Orange County Register Editorial Board All over Orange […]

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  • . . . This morning I attended the swearing in ceremony of Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens. This event was held in the OC Sheriff’s Regional Training Academy in Tustin […]

    ELECTED SHERIFF of OC takes oath of office

    . . . This morning I attended the swearing in ceremony of Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens. This event was held in the OC Sheriff’s Regional Training Academy in Tustin […]

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  • As all registered voters have received Voter Guides for the June 8th Primary Election it is time for me to issue “Larry’s Picks.” We wonder why millions of voters stay […]

    “Larry’s picks” for the June 8th primary

    As all registered voters have received Voter Guides for the June 8th Primary Election it is time for me to issue “Larry’s Picks.” We wonder why millions of voters stay […]

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  • Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackaukus has joined 33 other California DA's in a Supreme Court brief supporting the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.  The California DA's joined with several Nevada and Arizona district attorneys, police organizations, and other persons and groups concerned with protecting the public safety benefits of citizens possessing firearms for self-defense.  They argue that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms applies to the states, as well as the federal government.

    Rackaukus Argues Self-Defense

    Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackaukus has joined 33 other California DA's in a Supreme Court brief supporting the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. The California DA's joined with several Nevada and Arizona district attorneys, police organizations, and other persons and groups concerned with protecting the public safety benefits of citizens possessing firearms for self-defense. They argue that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms applies to the states, as well as the federal government.

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  • In yesterday’s lead editorial the OC Register published comments naming myself as the source. Sadly, they are human and made a mistake which has now been corrected. It relates to […]

    OC Register Correction on “Judging those who would be judges”

    In yesterday’s lead editorial the OC Register published comments naming myself as the source. Sadly, they are human and made a mistake which has now been corrected. It relates to […]

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