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Defense attorneys are working to get charges dropped as prosecutors prepare to present evidence against the officers on Tuesday.
Court records detail an ongoing struggle between Shirokiya and its landlord, Ala Moana Center.
The Honolulu Prosecutor’s Office says it’s on solid legal ground to bring charges against three HPD officers even though a grand jury refused to indict them.
Almost every other state has professional staff and funding dedicated to overseeing law enforcement. Hawaii has neither.
The board has apparently been discussing police shootings in secret sessions, although board members won’t say what they’ve been talking about.
Gluck’s nomination is subject to Senate confirmation.
UPDATED: Most of the measures taken up Thursday made technical changes to bills affecting state finances.
ʻO nā ʻeka he kanawalu e lilo ana iā Hawaiian Homes Land Trust, he kūpono nō paha ia no nā hale noho loa ma lalo o ke kānāwai a ka ʻĀhaʻōlelo Lāhui i ʻāpono aku ai ma ka makahiki 1995.
The Honolulu Police Commission also says it needs more time to hire a consultant to help with finding a new police chief.