On her website, District Attorney Elizabeth Egan says "it is the victim that counts." She recently stated "our record in this office shows that we are a fine-tuned machine." My experience with her office contradicts her statements.
I became directly involved with a matter involving top Clovis law enforcement officials (one recently retired) who chose to disregard the law, practice favoritism, and deny justice to a victim. After repeated attempts to persuade them to follow the law; they remained intransigent. So, I sent a letter to Egan requesting an investigation of their conduct. She did not even reply. After several months, I sent a second letter requesting at least the courtesy of a response. Again, no response from Egan.
I can think of only three possible reasons why she would completely ignore a citizen's repeated request to investigate improper conduct and abuse of authority by Clovis law enforcement officials: inefficiency, lack of professionalism, or to shield her buddies in law enforcement. Evidently to Egan, not every victim counts. It appears her "fine-tuned machine" is out of tune. Maybe her "record in this office" is the most compelling reason to elect a new district attorney.