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The police chief in a New Hampshire town took it literally when he was stripped of his duties at a local board meeting, disrobing to his underwear and walking out into a snowstorm.
Months of preparation and hours of testimony in the high-profile manslaughter trial of Gail Gerlach were converted to dollars and cents Friday as attorneys argued how much the state should reimburse his defense team. Judge Annette Plese reserved judgment on the nearly $330,000 bill handed over by Gerlach’s five-member defense, including three attorneys and two expert witnesses. Attorney Richard Lee argued tasks were assigned efficiently and the billing was fair given the severity of the charges against Gerlach, who stood trial after killing Brendon Kaluza-Graham with a single gunshot through the rear window of a stolen SUV in March 2013.
In the case of one Spokane man, the bear parts do not make up the sum of a felony. Appellate judges on Tuesday overturned the felony wildlife trafficking conviction of 52-year-old Jason M. Yon, after he paid $800 for four bear gallbladders in 2008 to undercover Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officers.