by Nick Delgado
Guam - The Guam Attorney General's Office was given the green light on federal funding from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to hire two key positions to help prosecute driving under the influence cases. The money will fund at least one full-time DUI prosecutor and a full-time paralegal dedicated to reviewing, screening, charging and prosecuting dui cases referred from the Guam Police Department.
The AG's Office further states that this will enhance the prosecution's ability to make the island's streets safer effectively with other law enforcement, the Department of Public Works' Office of Highway Safety, and the Judiciary.
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