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Danko Explains That Utility Execs Will Avoid Jail Even After Guilty Verdict

April 18, 2021 Posted In

The Sonoma County District Attorney has filed criminal charges against PG&E for its role in starting the Kincade Fire.  Mike Danko explains to KPIX5 in San Francisco that even if a jury returns a guilty verdict, no PG&E executive will go to jail.  Victims who want to hold PG&E accountable for its conduct need to bring civil actions against PG&E and not rely on criminal prosecution.

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Criminal Charges Against PG&E Will Not Help Victims of Kincade Fire