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Lawyer speaks about new indictments in opposition to officers in Harding Road case

Lawyer speaks about new indictments against officers in Harding Street case

HOUSTON – A lawyer representing one of the officers charged in connection with the fatal raid on Harding Street will speak about new charges filed Monday. Lawyer Rusty Hardin has scheduled a press conference for Tuesday at 2 p.m. He is representing Houston police officer Felipe Gallegos, who was charged with murder in connection with … Read more

Craig McLachlan speaks exterior his lawyer’s workplace in Sydney

Craig McLachlan speaks outside his lawyer's office in Sydney

E-mail sent December 15, 2020 12:47:05 PM The actor was found not guilty of bringing him all seven indecent assault charges and six collective assault charges against him. Source: ABC News | Duration: 41 sec Subjects: Courts and Trials, Sexual Offenses, Sexual Misconduct, Legal Crimes and Justice, Laws, Crimes, Judges and Legal Professionals, vic, melbourne-3000

Lawyer X commissioner speaks on her concern over Nicola Gobbo scandal for the primary time

Lawyer X commissioner speaks on her concern over Nicola Gobbo scandal for the first time

The former head of the royal commission on Attorney X’s saga has confirmed concerns that there may be “more Nicola Gobbos” after Victoria Police refused to reveal 11 more files during the long-running investigation. Important points: The Victoria Police did not give the Commission access to 11 “extremely sensitive” cases Margaret McMurdo says that is … Read more

Former metropolis supervisor speaks out on legal professional’s assertion – The Advocate-Messenger

Former city manager speaks out on attorney’s statement - The Advocate-Messenger

An Advocate Messenger news report published online and in print contains a statement from Danville City attorney Stephen Dexter that is grossly inaccurate. In its report, published on November 13, 2020, it says: “Salary changes bring grievances, record requests for the city; The attorney general says the city violated the Open Files Act. “Mr. Dexter … Read more