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AG, Terrebonne Judge, Sheriff have egg on faces after appeal court rules warrant based on 1968 law was unconstitutional

Leave it to Attorney General Jeff Landry to come down on the wrong side of a case involving a question about constitutional law.

The Attorney General’s office, under the dictates of the state’s 1974 Constitutional, is barred from prosecuting illegal activity (other than child porn and a few drug cases) unless specifically asked to do so by the local district attorney. 996 more words

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State Senate To Reconvene To Consider Attorney General Replacement

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The state senate will come back next week to consider Governor Tom Wolf’s nomination of Bruce Beemer to replace Attorney General Kathleen Kane. 96 more words

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Dunellen School Board President Arrested on Child Porn Charges

Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino today announced that state law enforcement officials arrested Phillip C. Heiney, president of the Dunellen Board of Education, on charges that he used a file-sharing network to share videos of child pornography over the Internet. 569 more words

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Local Cemetery that was Subject of Lawsuit Sold

MOLINE ACRES, Mo. (AP) – A deteriorating cemetery in north St. Louis County that was the subject of a lawsuit filed by Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is being sold. 98 more words

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-Cook County judge accused of allowing law clerk to hear cases

-Feds can’t prosecute medical marijuana cases, if state laws are followed

-Pennsylvania Attorney General steps down after perjury conviction

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Governor Nominates Another Lackawanna Co. Native to be Attorney General

HARRISBURG — Governor Tom Wolf nominated a key witness against former Attorney General Kathleen Kane in her perjury trial to now take her place.  The Governor announced Thursday he wants Bruce Beemer, a Clark Summit native and University of Scranton graduate, to fill out the term of Kane who stepped down from office on Wednesday. 382 more words

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Guilty of Perjury

From Armstrong Economics, by Martin Armstrong

At the state level, governments vary overall, but for the most part, they are nowhere near as corrupt as the Federal government and its court system. 124 more words

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