An intrastate case raised grand legal questions about poor, rural Alaskans’ access to the justice system. Yet it was also an exercise in budgetary semantics with almost no practical effect — except for running up publicly funded legal bills.
Laron Carlton Graham has pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder in connection with two deaths in West Juneau in November 2015.
Transition chairman Tuckerman Babcock said the resignation requests allow at-will workers to let the transition know they want to be part of the Dunleavy administration.
Laron Carlton Graham, 40, faces two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the 2015 deaths of 36-year-old Robert Meireis and 34-year-old Elizabeth Tonsmeire.
Alaska Bar Association President Darrel Gardner was in Ketchikan this week to meet with local bar members. He and ABA Pro Bono Director Krista Scully came by KRBD Monday to talk about some of the association’s outreach programs, meant to help low-income Alaskans facing legal matters.