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TROUT UNLIMITED REPRESENTATIVES, from left to right, Erik Holst, John Sikora and Berni Bahro, listen to Deputy District Attorney Jody Jenson, along with Deputy District Attorneys Worth Dickerson and Lisette Suder. The deputy district attorneys were recognized for their work in a case involving illegal fishing. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum

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Deputy DAs recognized for fishermen case

By From page A8 | January 24, 2014

Three deputy district attorneys were given recognition by the local chapter of Trout Unlimited for prosecuting three men who illegally used a gill net to fish on the North Fork of the Consumnes River.

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