After several recent resignations, the Cook County State's Attorney's Office responds. Former Assistant State's Attorney James Murphy details his concerns regarding leadership decisions made upon submitting his letter of resignation. Due to Murphy's zero trust in the current Administration, he wrote, "I would love to continue fighting for crime victims and stand with each of you, especially in the face of overwhelming crime that is crippling our communities. However, I can no longer work for this Administration. On Tuesday night, a statement from Kim Foxx commented, "We recognize the rigors of this difficult job and the cost that comes with it, yet more than 1,100 employees show up every day to work on the front lines and behind the scenes at a testament to the resilience and spirit of this office.