Roland Maw was previously indicted on 12 felony charges of theft and unsworn falsification related to applying for and receiving dividends between 2009 and 2014. Judge Louis Menendez threw out the indictment because of insufficient evidence.
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Judge: State prosecutors provided insufficient evidence in alleged PFD fraud case
Roland Maw was facing a total of 12 felony charges of theft and unsworn falsification related to applying for and receiving Permanent Fund Dividends between 2009 and 2014.
Convicted Juneau church arsonist to spend another three years in prison
During a hearing in Juneau Superior Court on Tuesday, Robert Huber, 36, had his probation revoked and was ordered to spend another three years in prison.
Sitka lawyer appointed as judge, vetting of applicants for Juneau bench underway
Public defender Jude Pate selected by Gov. Bill Walker to succeed retiring Sitka Superior Court Judge David George. Ten lawyers have applied to succeed retiring Juneau Superior Court Judge Louis Menendez.
Police shooting victim pleads guilty to reduced charges
Jeremie Shaun Tinney, 39, was sentenced to 220 days in prison and fined $3,000 for failing to stop for a peace officer, driving while intoxicated, and assault during the Dec. 3, 2016, incident.
Convicted $514K Juneau thief could serve out her sentence at home
Christena Leamer was sentenced for charging seven years’ worth of personal expenses on the credit card of her employer, Juneau Bone and Joint Center.
United in tragedy, divided in court
“There will always be hard feelings for what she’s done to me,” said Debbie Greene, mother of a slain Hoonah police officer.
Judge hears arguments over Juneau cruise ship docks
The ongoing dispute between the Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial and the City and Borough of Juneau continued in court on Monday.
Judge denies motion to immediately stop work on Juneau cruise ship docks
Judge Louis Menendez says no to a temporary restraining order, but agrees to hear arguments over a preliminary injunction.
Fishermen’s memorial goes to court to stop work on cruise ship docks
It’s the latest attempt by the nonprofit Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial in Juneau to alter or block the $54 million project.