Fraud Against Taxpayer Act / Qi Tam case

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July 19, 2017 Albuquerque Journal An exciting Fraud Against Taxpayer Act / Qi Tam case!  Founding partner Kate Ferlic says the “Plaintiffs are very brave women who have put their jobs on the line to expose the allegations in the complaint. They are everyday heroes whose bravery will benefit every person in New Mexico.” Egolf + Ferlic + Harwood is proud…

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Victory for Oritz Middle School Principal

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January 28, 2016 Santa Fe New Mexican After 14 hours of testimony at a public hearing, Santa Fe Public Schools decided to reverse their decision to fire Ortiz Middle School Principal J. Steven Baca. Baca’s attorney, Kate Ferlic, said, “This is a huge victory for Steve and for transparency in government. We will wait and see if he will be…

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Taos Prosecutors back off trafficking allegations

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July 25, 2015 The Taos News Taos Prosecutors are backing off their drug trafficking allegations against Ismael and Angela Adame of In and Out Plumbing, and are now pursuing a lesser offense of money laundering and tax evasion. “The facts do not as a matter of law come within the definition of money laundering,” lawyer Todd Coberly stated in court Monday,…

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Slain deputy records decision delayed two weeks | New Mexico News – KOAT Home

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March 18, 2015 KOAT In Las Cruces the judge delayed his decision to force the release of officer Jeremy Martin’s personal records including mental health, medical and performance records.  Tai Chan defense attorney John Day and the Santa Fe Sheriff’s Office have two more weeks to make their arguments.  The judge is expected to make his decision on April 2. Read more…

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Lab finds powder on slain deputy not illegal drug, but defense `skeptical’ | Albuquerque Journal News

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March 18, 2015 Albuquerque Journal “Frankly, I’m skeptical given how the evidence has been treated in this case,” said defense attorney John Day.  The white powdery substance found on officer Jeremy Martin tested positive for aspirin but Tai Chan’s attorney wants to do more testing on the drug. Read more via Albuquerque Journal

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