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An Election Code provision granting the Office of Attorney General the ability to prosecute criminal election fraud cases is unconstitutional, the Court of Criminal Appeals ruled in an 8-1 decision. The case arises from an alleged campaign finance violation by the Jefferson Co. sheriff, a case the Jefferson Co. district attorney declined to prosecute.

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