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September 22, 2010 in City, News

ACLU letter to Spokane

A letter from Michael Kipling, an attorney representing the American Civil Liberties Union, to the Spokane city attorney’s office questioning Assistant City Attorney Rocky Treppiedi’s letter advising Breean Beggs to cease contact with City Council members about police oversight.

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September 22, 2010 in City, News

PERC initial response to Guild complaint

The preliminary response of the state Public Employment Relations Commission to Spokane Police Guild complaint over the city’s new police ombudsman rules.

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September 22, 2010 in City, News

Spokane Police Guild PERC complaint

Complaint filed by the Spokane Police Guild with the state Public Employment Relations Commission challenging the city’s update of the police ombudsman ordinance.

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September 21, 2010 in City

Breann Beggs letter to Mike Piccolo

A letter from Breann Beggs, attorney for the estate of Otto Zehm, to Mike Piccolo, assigned attorney for City Council members. The letter is in response to an order from an attorney for the city of Spokane ordering Beggs to stop communicating with City Council members without counsel for the city present. Included is an article printed from the Washington State Bar Association regarding communicating with a represented governmental client.

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September 21, 2010 in City

Breann Beggs response to Rocco Treppiedi

June 25, 2010, letter from attorney Breann Beggs to city of Spokane attorney Rocco Treppiedi regarding Treppiedi’s order to Beggs to stop communicating with City Council members regarding the city’s police oversight rules.

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Breann Beggs
 
September 21, 2010 in City

Rocco Treppiedi letter to Breann Beggs

Letter from city of Spokane attorney Rocco Treppiedi to Breann Beggs, an attorney for the estate of Otto Zehm, ordering Beggs to stop meeting with City Council members about matters related to a lawsuit in the case without city counsel present.

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Breann Beggs