By Christian Berthelsen and Stuart Pfeifer
The Los Angeles Times
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — Nine law enforcement veterans competing to become Orange County's next sheriff appeared before the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday in an unprecedented public interview session to determine which one should replace the top cop who left office under indictment.
The candidates were allowed an hour each to make a brief statement and then field questions from the five supervisors, with the session stretching into the night.
Calif. sheriff finalists quizzed