Filmmakers got help on a possible box office hit when a Santa Barbara County, Calif., prosecutor agreed to act as a consultant for “Alpha Dog,” a movie slated to hit theaters next month.
Now it’s up to the California Supreme Court to decide whether that prosecutor and the local DA’s office can stay on a murder case despite his cooperation with a director making a movie about it.
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