Prosecutor demoted for moonlighting as DoorDash driver during work hours


Gregg Shore, who’d served as first assistant district legal professional, will now work as a deputy district legal professional, stated an announcement from Weintraub.

“The move comes after the office’s attorney staff learned recently that Shore, a salaried employee, ‘demonstrated very poor judgment’ by working a side job delivering food for DoorDash and did so, at times, during normal business hours,” Weintraub stated.

In an announcement of his personal, Shore stated that due to his “personal circumstances,” there have been occasions he “worked a second job delivering food during the COVID pandemic.”

“I primarily worked the job at night and on weekends. However, I made the incredibly poor decision to deliver during the workday at times,” Shore stated.

“In doing so, I realized I betrayed my boss, my colleagues and most importantly the citizens of Bucks County,” Shore stated.

Weintraub stated that as a prosecutor, it’s “our duty to consider the whole person, not just the offensive conduct, and to recognize the importance of redemption and second chances.”

“While he has no excuse for his conduct, I also note that as an attorney who is always ‘on call,’ even during nonworking hours as the job dictates, that there was never a lapse in Gregg’s availability to us when called upon,” Weintraub stated of Shore.

Weintraub stated Shore labored for the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office from 1996 to 2000 and returned in 2015. He additionally labored on the Lehigh County Prosecutor’s Office and the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General.

Jennifer M. Schorn, who presently serves as chief of trials and chief of the grand jury division in Buck’s County, will probably be promoted to Shore’s former publish, the DA’s assertion stated.

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