A Wisconsin District Attorney, Kenneth Krtaz, is under fire for a series of text messages he sent to a domestic violence victim while attempting to prosecute her alleged attacker. Kratz started the texts by sending a message to the victim to tell her she could text him during the day and then became more explicit in their content.
Kratz has refused to resign following the revelation but did report himself to the Office of Lawyer Regulation, which ultimately said that no professional misconduct occurred. Victims rights advocates, however, are calling his actions an "abuse of power."
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