Faced with sharp criticism from New York state and county women’s bar groups, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice on Tuesday defended her decision to let go a dozen part-time women prosecutors unless they agree to work full time.
In a statement released Monday, the state Women’s Bar Association said it “strongly disagrees” with Rice’s new policy.
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