BURLINGTON — While the Vermont Attorney General’s Office was fighting recently to convict a meat cleaver-wielding man for murdering his wife, Chittenden County State’s Attorney Sarah George was trying to get a vehicle owned by one of the prosecutors towed from the Burlington courthouse.

Even after the Attorney General’s Office successfully prosecuted the murder case that George had refused to tackle, the state’s attorney tried to get the AG’s office banned permanently from the parking garage under the courthouse.

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