GHURA chief's case could be dismissed

February 12, 2018 Krystal Paco

Working sessions or secret board meetings? On Monday, one of seven defendants charged with violating the Open Government Law enters a deferred plea. If all goes well, GHURA Executive Director Michael Duenas will have his case dismissed and expunged. His testimony could prove invaluable to the government's case.

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Working sessions or secret board meetings? On Monday, one of seven defendants charged with violating the Op...