District Attorney Asked to Investigate Possible Brown Act Violation

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July 11, 2016
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District Attorney Asked to Investigate Possible Brown Act Violation
A former Costa Mesa councilwoman has asked Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas to investigate a possible open meeting violation by the Costa Mesa City Council which she says may have occurred at the July 5 city council meeting. Wendy Leece, who was termed out in 2014 from the city council, contends the council violated the Ralph M. Brown Act which requires the public to be informed in its meeting agenda of all items the council will be voting on. “Neither the July 5 agenda nor the agenda report mentioned that the City Council would be discussing and possibly voting that night to put an elected at-large mayor on the November ballot,” Leece said.

OCDA Honors Pioneer and DNA Evidence Expert Assistant District Attorney Camille Hill

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Date: May 26, 2016
OCDA HONORS PIONEER AND DNA EVIDENCE EXPERT ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY CAMILLE HILL WHO PASSED AWAY SUDDENLY LAST FRIDAY
SANTA ANA, Calif. – The Orange County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) wishes to honor life and achievements of the prolific DNA expert and head of the OCDA DNA Unit, Assistant District Attorney Camille Hill, who passed away suddenly last Friday, May 20, 2016. “The OCDA, Orange County, and the state of California have been grateful beneficiaries of the talent, passion, and knowledge of Assistant District Attorney Camille Hill,” said District Attorney Tony Rackauckas.