Kelley Hodge has been Philadelphia's top prosecutor since the First Judicial District's Board of Judges chose her in July to take over in the tumultuous wake of former District Attorney R. Seth Williams, who pleaded guilty to a bribery charge in June. Since taking over, Hodge has made high-level staffing changes and is working to implement several new programs and initiative she said she hopes will outlast her tenure.
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