Yes, of course, innocent until determined otherwise. No question.
Yet, aside from the legal process, there’s also the point at which a scandal reaches the tipping point of no going back.
There’s also the point when a public official becomes such a distraction that his or her constituents can no longer be represented fairly.
The point when the government agency itself becomes embarrassed.
That’s the time for the other elected officials to have some resolve.
That time may be quickly approaching.
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