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Felipe Fuentes
L.A. prosecutor's work goes beyond the courtroom
L.A. prosecutor's work goes beyond the courtroom

Ayelet Feiman fixed her gaze on the graffiti ringing the highway overpass, thinking out loud. "Is it Caltrans property?" she asked, a pen poised in one hand, a smartphone dangling from the other. "Is it city property because it's a city bridge?" It was a breezy Wednesday afternoon in a Panorama City park, and Feiman was perched above the 405 Freeway. "Even the billboard," she said, pointing to a defaced sign. "Clearly someone isn't doing their job." Which leaves Feiman to do hers. In a push to make city government more responsive, Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer has expanded a network of on-the-street attorneys like Feiman, who...

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