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Wright County Attorney's Office
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Eric Simonson - My wife, daughter and I moved to Belmond from the Twin Cities in 2003, when I took positions with the Wright County Attorney's Office and the Houser & Berkland law firm.
At Valentine's preliminary hearing ...
At Valentine's preliminary hearing Wednesday, Wright County Attorney Eric Simonson was able to show probable cause as to why the charges should continue.
Simonson called to the stand Special Agent Ray Fiedler, of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation, to explain why charges were filed.
told the judge that there was cause for prosecution to continue.
Assistant Attorney General Becky Goettsch ...
Assistant Attorney General Becky Goettsch represented the state along with Wright County Attorney Eric Simonson.
The Wright County Supervisors held a closed door meeting with county engineer Dan Waid and county attorney Eric Simonson to discuss pending legislation.
The joint meeting was with Evan Klenk, Matt Majeski and Doug Koons from the Department of Human Services, Sheriff Paul Schultz and Chief Deputy Jim Lester;County Attorney Eric Simonson and Kathy Nicholls and Alexis Morgan from Wright County Public Health.
The Messenger - Fort Dodge, Iowa
Current Wright County Attorney Eric Simonson, who came to the position several years after TeKippe's departure, said his office has not been contacted by DCI agents, and Dales noted that investigators are currently focusing only on TeKippe's activities in Pottawattamie County.
said access to evidence by county attorney personnel depends on what policies the counties have in place.In Wright County
said, attorneys do not have direct access to evidence unless it's through the sheriff's office, and then likely only with someone else present to supervise the handling.This is done to protect the chain of custody, Simonson
It remains to be seen whether a conviction in TeKippe's case will affect previously tried cases in which evidence was mishandled.Simonson
said this could depend on the nature of the cases.
‘‘I haven't heard anything, but it certainly has the potential to happen," he
TeKippe's problems started Jan. 19, when two county employees reportedly found narcotics evidence from a criminal case in his
Fort Dodge Iowa - Messenger News
Wright County Attorney Eric Simonson said Simons won't be charged until a mental health evaluation is done.