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Q&A with Seth Williams, former Philly DA

He went from flying high to falling fast – the city's ex-top prosecutor looks back on his time in office, the office now held by a guy he says is doing it all wrong. (Scroll down for video)

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Seth Williams, former district attorney of Philadelphia, talks past, present and future. | Image: Abad AxeRosa

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    Jenny DeHuff has been a part of the Philadelphia media landscape for the last 15 years on just about every level of journalism. She started out at The Bulletin, a conservative voice for Philadelphia, then moved through the region as she honed her career as the City Hall reporter at the Daily News, and later as an editor at Philly Voice. As Philadelphia Weekly's editor-in-chief, DeHuff brings a viewpoint that constantly begs the question of a progressive-leaning Philadelphia. Say hello at jdehuff@philadelphiaweekly.com.

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