Cedar Hill Election Workers Cut Deal to Avoid Prosecution in Spying Case - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Cedar Hill Election Workers Cut Deal to Avoid Prosecution in Spying Case

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    Cedar Hill Election Workers Cut Deal to Avoid Prosecution in Spying Case
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    Cedar Hill election workers accused of improper practices, including spying on black voters at a polling place, have been temporarily banned from election work as part of a deal to avoid prosecution.

    The Dallas County district attorney’s office confirmed that it has agreed not to prosecute the poll workers as long as they abide by the terms of a confidential agreement. Such agreements are sometimes offered to people suspected of nonviolent crimes who have no criminal records.

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