Open Letter from Jana Duty, Challenger to District Attorney John Bradley
Hello. I hope this note finds you well. The reason I’m writing is to let you know that I have decided to challenge Williamson County District Attorney John Bradley in this year’s Republican Primary election. I am challenging Mr. Bradley because I believe the citizens deserve a D.A. who understands that his (or her) job is to seek justice. This is an enormous undertaking, so in order to be successful; I need the support of all attorneys who believe in the need to reform the Williamson County justice system. My website www.JanaDuty.com is filled with information about me and my record. You can also contribute to my campaign directly through the website.
Unfortunately there is a cloud hanging over the District Attorney’s office. John Bradley represents all that is wrong with our criminal justice system today. Instead of seeking justice, Mr. Bradley manipulates his own agenda. Mr. Bradley has also repeatedly refused to prosecute his buddies at the courthouse for their blatant violations of the law. He continues to mislead the public by stating he has a true “open file policy”, which is far from reality. His actions are that of a self-serving politician who cares more about his statistics and bid for re-election than seeking justice. That’s why I am running for District Attorney.
I make no apologies for being an advocate for the people of Williamson County. If that makes me unpopular with the courthouse insiders, so be it. If elected, I will bring honesty and integrity back to the D.A.’s office, to see that everyone is treated evenly and fairly under the law and to continue fighting to protect our families as I have done as County Attorney. We need a D.A. who will put the public interest above his own political career and that of his friends. We need a D.A. who will seek truth with fair evaluation of DNA evidence. And finally, we need a D.A. who will implement a true open discovery policy as I have done in the County Attorney’s office.
Unfortunately, running for a county-wide office against an entrenched incumbent is an expensive undertaking, so I need your financial contribution to help carry my message to voters. Every dollar helps, and while I appreciate large donors, we are building this campaign on $20, $50 and $100 contributions. Please click www.JanaDuty.com and donate today. Your donation will help pay for mailings, signs, newspaper ads and other items needed for a successful campaign.
The implications of this campaign go well beyond the borders of Williamson County, so I hope the entire Bar will rally around our cause and send a strong signal that business-as-usual will no longer be tolerated. It’s time to start a new era in the Williamson County District Attorney’s office, and with your help we can make that a reality. Please join me today and contribute online at the secure website by clicking www.JanaDuty.com.
If you would like to reach me personally for any reason, don’t hesitate to call me at (512) 554-5678 or send email to Jana@JanaDuty.com. It would be a pleasure to speak with you. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Williamson County Attorney
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