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Churches bringing warmth to the public square & Attorney General John Larkin ...Raritan Borough attorney handling Gannett public-records case loses job amid ...Public safety: District Attorney pursues domestic violence offendersRaritan Borough attorney handling Gannett public-records case loses job amid ...County officials approve new public defense attorneyPublic defender indicted on drug chargeNew federal public defender picked to head New Orleans office that has faced ...Raritan Borough attorney handling Gannett public-records case loses job amid ...Hernandez' attorney: Keep 'an open mind'Hernandez's attorney: Keep 'an open mind'Editorial: State Attorney Corey needs to be shown doorSchool District declines legal fees request until pending litigation endsAttorney general candidate to speak in MarshallUS must pay lawyer fees over $1 million seizureUS must pay lawyer fees over $1 million seizure

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Martin MacNeill's attorney asks for sex abuse case to be dismissed
Salt Lake TribuneJanuary 5, 2014

Spencer argues in his latest motion that the county attorney's office released non-public information about his client to the media from 2009 through 2012 in order to generate leads in the investigation of Michele MacNeill's death. Spencer said that ...more »

California attorney general clears pension-change ballot measure for signature ...
Fresno BeeJanuary 7, 2014

The initiative is now officially titled “Public Employees Pension and Retiree Healthcare Benefits Initiative Constitutional Amendment.” Harris' summary says, among other things, that it “eliminates constitutional protections for vested pension and ...more »

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Churches bringing warmth to the public square & Attorney General John Larkin ...
Slugger O'TooleJanuary 31, 2014

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland organised a conference yesterday looking at the Church in the Public Square. [Ed - not a new idea.] Two to three hundred people attended: ministers (both clerical and political), laity, as well as representatives from ...more »

Raritan Borough attorney handling Gannett public-records case loses job amid ...
MyCentralJersey.comJanuary 31, 2014

RARITAN BOROUGH — The lawyer who has defended this borough against a continuing public-records lawsuit filed by Gannett New Jersey is losing his job as borough attorney. Mark Anderson, who has worked for the borough since 2010, will continue to ...more »

Public safety: District Attorney pursues domestic violence offenders
Herald and NewsJanuary 31, 2014

According to a DA release, the month started with deputy district attorneys Gillian Fisher and Jody Vaughn conducting a three-day trial of Doug Brunnemer, who had previously been convicted of domestic violence crimes four times dating back to 1999.more »

Raritan Borough attorney handling Gannett public-records case loses job amid ...
Asbury Park PressJanuary 31, 2014

RARITAN — The lawyer who has defended this borough against a continuing public-records lawsuit filed by Gannett New Jersey is losing his job as borough attorney. Mark Anderson, who has worked for the borough since 2010, will continue to represent the ...more »

County officials approve new public defense attorney
Lincoln Journal StarJanuary 31, 2014

The Lancaster County Public Defender's office will have a new attorney starting July 1 to help it deal with a sizable increase in felonies. The Lancaster County Board of Commissioners approved hiring a new attorney Thursday who will focus on felonies.more »

Public defender indicted on drug charge
Cincinnati.comJanuary 31, 2014

Angela Glaser, a lawyer with the Hamilton County Public Defender's officer, which provides legal counsel to those who can't afford to hire an attorney, was indicted Thursday by a grand jury. She is accused of permitting drug abuse, Ohio's lowest-level ...more »

New federal public defender picked to head New Orleans office that has faced ...
The Times-PicayuneJanuary 31, 2014

In another sign that business is getting back to normal at the federal courthouse after major shakeups stemming from budget cuts and scandal, a new leader has been named to run the office in charge of defending the indigent. River Ridge attorney Claude ...more »

Raritan Borough attorney handling Gannett public-records case loses job amid ...
MyCentralJersey.comJanuary 30, 2014

RARITAN BOROUGH — The lawyer who has defended this borough against a continuing public-records lawsuit filed by Gannett New Jersey is losing his job as borough attorney. Mark Anderson, who has worked for the borough since 2010, will continue to ...more »

Hernandez' attorney: Keep 'an open mind'
Brownsville HeraldJanuary 30, 2014

Blaylock, a former prosecutor in the district attorney's office, arrived following the public comment period and said he was in attendance to “serve the best interests of my client.” Hernandez said before the meeting that he asked his attorney to be ...more »

Hernandez's attorney: Keep 'an open mind'
Valley morning StarJanuary 30, 2014

Indicted Precinct 2 Cameron County Commissioner Ernie L. Hernandez Jr. had few words for the public during the first regular meeting of the board since a grand jury handed down true bills calling for the commissioner's arrest. Hernandez instead said ...more »

Editorial: State Attorney Corey needs to be shown door
The News-PressJanuary 29, 2014

We belong to one another and we cannot be silenced by a public official, no matter if that official is as misinformed, arrogant and heedless of the needs of the people as State Attorney Angela Corey. Perhaps Corey doesn't want any of us to know what ...more »

School District declines legal fees request until pending litigation ends
Laramie BoomerangJanuary 29, 2014

1 is denying a Wyoming Public Records Act request to release attorney's fees until pending litigation with the Laramie Boomerang is resolved. The litigation before the court is whether leadership names in a climate survey — taken by district employees ...more »

Attorney general candidate to speak in Marshall
Marshall News MessengerJanuary 29, 2014

Before serving at the Railroad Commission, Barry spent 17 years in the private sector as a lawyer and a public finance banker. He also served as a prosecutor in the Harris County District Attorney's office, prosecuting family violence and drunken ...more »

US must pay lawyer fees over $1 million seizure
Watertown Public OpinionJanuary 29, 2014

The federal government must pay nearly $40,000 to cover the legal fees of a California woman who successfully sued to reclaim more than $1 million of her money seized during a Nebraska traffic stop, a judge has ruled. U.S. District Judge Joseph ...more »

US must pay lawyer fees over $1 million seizure
Kansas.comJanuary 29, 2014

OMAHA, Neb. — The federal government must pay nearly $40,000 to cover the legal fees of a California woman who successfully sued to reclaim more than $1 million of her money seized during a Nebraska traffic stop, a judge has ruled. U.S. District Judge ...more »

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