When a district attorney dies in a smaller county in Pennsylvania, typically the office’s first assistant is sworn in as the county’s top law enforcement official.

That process, however, did not happen after Susquehanna’s district attorney passed away last month, and now two attorneys are claiming to be the county’s top prosecutor—with one having taken the oath of office and the other having been appointed by the county’s only commissioned judge.

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