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A recently passed “red flag law” is expected to help keep Hawaii’s per capita rates of gun deaths one of the lowest in the country.
The longtime Honolulu attorney reveals his colorful — some say questionable — legal style and substance in an interview with Civil Beat.
Former HPD sergeant Albert Lee was fired after he was charged for driving under the influence and lying to investigators.
Katherine Kealoha’s attorney wants to delay a bank fraud until next year. That could also set back her drug trafficking trial, too.
There was no smoking gun, just a “mountain of evidence” that led to the conspiracy conviction of the former Honolulu police chief, his prosecutor wife and two police officers.
Two people who were among the injured say an officer violated HPD policy. They are also suing the alleged drunken driver.
A federal jury concluded police officers did not use excessive force in their use of a Taser and pepper spray during an encounter with Sheldon Haleck.
The City Council cut funding for the facility, a favored project of the Honolulu prosecutor, and now it faces allegations of civil rights abuses from residents.
Updated: A federal judge revoked her bail Friday after she was found guilty of federal conspiracy and obstruction charges.