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Alaska officials investigate bite from illegal wolf hybrid

...News. "But she is going to be OK."The Office of Special Prosecutions, Alaska Wildlife Troopers, the state veterinarian...Office said.The bite prompted the state's Office of Special Prosecutions to file a motion asking the judge to reconsider...
Court overturns murder conviction in 'Last Seduction' case was not immediately answered."We are disappointed in the result," Eric Ringsmuth with the state Office of Special Prosecutions told KTUU, which first reported the court decision.Carlin was beaten to death in prison in 2008 shortly...
Alaskan man accused of PFD fraud in 2013

...counts of unsworn falsification in the first degree and two counts of perjury.State prosecutors with the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals say Needham failed to disclose absences from the state of Alaska as he fought the PFD Appeals...
Convicted murderer gets 40 years

...maximum of 99 years.On Friday, the prosecutor, Assistant Attorney General James Fayette of the state's Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals, requested 50 years, while the defense attorney, Assistant Public Defender Eric Hedland, requested...
After hung jury, Kowalski won't be retried for first-degree murder

...for a mistrial on that count.Assistant Attorney General James Fayette, who prosecuted the case for the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals, asked the judge to dismiss the count of first-degree murder rather than trying Kowalski on...
Jurors hear closing arguments

...Why do you have to pick up the 12-gauge shotgun?" asked the Anchorage-based prosecutor with the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals. "You're inside a hotel room. Do you really think a bear's going to jump through the window...
More wild cards crop up in murder trial

...the rest of McPherron's testimony, and possibly from Fredeen.Fayette, based out of Anchorage with the Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals, is hopeful his case will be finished by Wednesday, although the defense said that might be...
Judge weighs in before murder trial

...with a crime. The family held on to its copy of the document, and they sent it to the Anchorage-based Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals (OSPA) when the cold case against Kowalski was re-opened in 2009.The memo surfaced last...
Cold case murder trial jury selection underway in a chair in the back of the courtroom.The lead prosecutor, James Fayette of the Anchorage-based Office of Special Prosecutions and Appeals, waded through the personal lives and stories of about 15 potential jurors to reveal insurmountable...
Court bombshell: Troopers destroyed evidence in cold case

A murder trial underway in Juneau came to a standstill Monday when the defense attorney informed the judge that Alaska State Troopers have destroyed most of the physical evidence in the 17-year-old case, which was "cold" for about a decade and a half before it was re-opened in 2009.


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