A judge handed Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen a first round victory yesterday (Sept. 17) in his case alleging the Sheriff’s Office exchanged concealed weapons permits for campaign donations.
Two of the five defendants in the case — attorney and political insider Christopher Schumb and Sheriff’s Capt. James Jensen — filed a motion to have Rosen kicked off the case. Schumb’s lawyer claimed …
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A grand jury has indicted Santa Clara County Undersheriff Rick Sung in connection with the ongoing investigation into allegations that the Sheriff’s Department traded concealed-carry gun permits for campaign contributions. […]