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June 3 Digest

Posted By Administration, Friday, June 3, 2016
Updated: Monday, June 6, 2016

After rejecting State Bar of California funding, Assembly passes a revised plan

After rejecting State Bar of California funding, Assembly passes a revised plan Two days of private negotiations among lawmakers resulted Thursday in brand-new legislation that would change the State Bar of California's governing board and examine the idea of a major overhaul of the quasi-state agency.On Tuesday, lawmakers rejected an earlier version of a funding plan, criticizing how little reform there was in that bill for an agency that's long been at the center of controversy and conflict. By John Myers — Los Angeles Times


California declines to file charges in O.C. courthouse brawl tied to informant scandal

No criminal charges will be filed in the March 9 courthouse brawl between an Orange County District Attorney's investigator and a defense lawyer who won a victory in the county’s jailhouse informant controversy, state prosecutors saidThursday. State Attorney General Kamala Harris' office concluded it was unclear whether either investigator Dillon Alley or Orange attorney James Crawford was criminally at fault in the bloody fight in a court hallway. By Tony Saavedra — The Orange County Register


Jay Mootz will be moving out of the Craftsman cottage that is home to the dean of McGeorge School of Law next year. Mootz, 55, told faculty, staff, alumni and students last week that he will not sign a new contract as dean after his five-year term ends onJune 30, 2017. By Diana Lambert — The Sacramento Bee


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