Assistant District Attorney Floyd Andrews entered a two-year diversion program Dec. 15, 2000, and is undergoing psychological counseling to deal with “anger issues,” the court records show in People v Andrews, 116359A.

Andrews, 45, was also charged with inflicting “cruel and inhuman corporal punishment” on his daughter. That charge was dismissed and the battery charge was held in abeyance pending the diversion. He has not entered a plea to either count.

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