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With the sale of their Hawaii Kai home pending final approval, federal prosecutors have asked a judge to review whether the couple can afford their own defense counsel.
The defense lawyer for the former city prosecutor says in new court filings that Kealoha must seek immediate treatment.
The Hawaii congresswoman, who’s running as a Democrat for president, sits on a foreign policy advisory council for the Catholic University of America.
Defense attorneys want authorities to expand their review of Katherine Kealoha’s involvement to other cases.
For now, Hawaii’s governor expects the funding will go forward despite an investigation into the rail project and the state’s recent lawsuit against the Trump administration
Newly unsealed court records show how the former city prosecutor and her attorney tried to have her declared mentally incompetent.
The State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers challenged the right of Police Chief Susan Ballard to reassign officers.
The U.S. Justice Department wants to present evidence of the Kealohas’ alleged financial crimes to help establish motive for the broader conspiracy case.
The Hawaii congresswoman braved wintry conditions on her first visit to the Hawkeye State since announcing her presidential candidacy.
Brian Black of the Civil Beat Law Center for the Public Interest has challenged attempts by both prosecutors and defendants to seal court records.