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DA Dismisses Prosecutors in Grossman Case; New Attorney Files for New Trial

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Grossman Trial

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon has removed the prosecutors who convicted Rebecca Grossman of double murder, citing conflict of interest. Jamie Castro, Ryan Gould and their supervisor Garrett Dameron were dismissed because they reported to Assistant District Attorney Diana Teran, who is facing her own felony charges – and is represented by Grossman’s new attorney James Spertus. The DA’s office told Dameron that they wanted anyone who worked with Teran “walled off” from the case going forward.   This occurred at a crucial time in the case as Grossman is awaiting sentencing after her conviction. The move has outraged the Iskanders, whose two young boys were killed when Grossman hit them in a Westlake Village crosswalk in 2020.  Nancy Iskander told The Times she was being made a victim again and has asked the D.A.’s office to reverse its decision, saying that they are now taking away the people who delivered justice to her family. “I am being punished for something I had nothing to do with,” she said. Spertus filed a motion this past Monday  for a new trial, stating prosecutors never produced evidence to prove their case.


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