Dumanis Statement on Manafort, Cohen Convictions

“There’s a stark reality that every Republican, Democrat, and Independent should face head on - this president has proven an embarrassment in his actions, and his response to the legitimate investigation into his administration and his campaign.  We can no longer tolerate the culture justifying this behavior.  As a former judge and district attorney, I refuse to stand by any longer in tolerating the reckless behavior of Donald Trump, which at a minimum shows negligence, if not collusion.”

- Bonnie Dumanis

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Jason Roe
Dumanis Calls for Investigation of County Child Services

Today, Judge Bonnie Dumanis responded to media reports of shocking abuse of children in protective services’ care, asking for an investigation of the County system. “One of government’s most critical responsibilities is to protect the weakest among us – and the County appears to have failed miserably in this case.”

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Jason Roe
Dumanis Housing Plan

Judge Bonnie Dumanis announced her Housing Plan for San Diego with a focus on a regional approach to solving this critical problem in San Diego County.

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Jason Roe
Dumanis Whole Person Wellness Initiative

Bonnie released her Whole Person Wellness Initiative outlining key steps to making sure that those with mental issues are engaged with the right service providers and avoiding escalating mental health-related  issues in the community.

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Jason Roe
Former DA announces run for county Board of Supervisors

SAN DIEGO -- Bonnie Dumanis, the former municipal and superior court judge who resigned as San Diego County district attorney in July, officially announced her candidacy Thursday for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, touting the support of Supervisor Ron Roberts, the man she hopes to replace when his term runs out next year.

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Mike Foster
Bonnie Dumanis, the U.S.'s first lesbian District Attorney, to be sworn in today

Brockton is a tough no-nonsense Massachusetts town 20 miles south of Boston. They used to make shoes in Brockton. Two champion boxers, Rocky Marciano and Marvin Hagler, grew up there. So did Bonnie Dumanis, San Diego's new district attorney, a battler of a different sort. "All my life," she said in the distinctive accent of her hometown, "I've figured out a way to do what I wanted to do, despite the boundaries."

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Mike Foster