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Any hopes of a political comeback were derailed with the stroke of a pen.
When former sheriff Ronald Hewett signed his eight-page plea agreement, he surrendered his right to ever hold public office again.
Hewett pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to one count of felony obstruction of justice.
As a convicted felon, Hewett can no longer vote, serve on a jury, own a firearm or hold public office.
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