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APRIL 15, 2013
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2013 - LAW OFFICE OF CHRISTINA T. HALL AND ASSOCIATES PLLC
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- SJ police officer cleared in fatal shooting of murder suspect
By Filipa Ioannou - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
A San Jose police officer has been cleared in an investigation into the fatal shooting of a fleeing murder suspect in 2015, the second fatal officer-involved shooting in as many days, officials said.Forty-year-old Richard Jacquez was killed by police on Aug. 17, 2015, four days after allegedly raiding a business complex and fatally shooting 38-year-old Christopher Wrenn in the course of a robbery, according to a report from the Santa Clara County district attorney’s office.Wrenn was shot while trying to flee the robbery, a slaying that was recorded by surveillance cameras in the complex, police said.A day before Jacquez was killed, two San Jose police officers shot and killed Matthew Castillo, allegedly Jacquez’s associate in the Aug. 13 robbery, a shooting which the district attorney’s office determined to be lawful earlier this year.The San Jose Police Department has also come under scrutiny in 2017 for a rash of officer-involved shootings of mentally ill people and was criticized by the Department of Justice for alleged substandard accounting practices in a June audit.
- Cautious Kansas Sen. Moran steps into health law spotlight
By JOHN HANNA, AP Political Writer - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017
A Republican stalwart with a low-key style and reputation for caution, his decision to publicly torpedo the latest Senate GOP plan to overhaul health care raised eyebrows.Lee is a tea party favorite once willing to shut down the federal government to stymie former President Barack Obama's health care policies.After Moran and Lee announced their opposition, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell abandoned the bill and called for the Senate to repeal Obama's signature law without a replacement.Moran acknowledged in an interview Tuesday with The Associated Press from Washington that he felt "a little coolness in the air" from fellow Republicans after he opposed the plan, although he expects that to be temporary.Moran, 63, grew up in rural northwest Kansas, became a lawyer and after a stint in the state Senate, captured the seat for the sprawling and safely GOP 1st Congressional District in 1996.Moran appeared last year to buck McConnell by calling in two western Kansas town hall meetings for a hearing on Obama's last but never-considered U.S. Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland.