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Fred Van Valkenburg

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Missoula college

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Missoula college

200 W. Broadway

Missoula, Montana,59802

United States

Company Description

Founded in Missoula in 1922, the Western Montana Clinic strives to bring new and innovative medical advances and services to the area. Our primary function is to provide the highest quality medical care. The group has grown from the original five physicians to...more

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930kmpt.com

The State Department of Criminal Investigations has been handed the case of a former Missoula County Attorney, Fred Van Valkenburg, who removed items from a secure storage facility.
Fred Van Valkenburg The Missoula City Police Department has asked the State of Montana Office of Criminal Investigations to look into the incident in which former Missoula County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg removed items from a secure storage facility.


www.stanfordlawreview.org

In December 2013, an editorial appeared in the Missoulian, a Montana-based newspaper, criticizing Missoula County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg for a statement about his office's handling of rape prosecutions: that attorneys in his office could review and work on those cases "whenever 'they have spare time.'"[1] Van Valkenburg published a defiant response.[2] This exchange was part of an ongoing dialogue between the editors of the paper and Van Valkenburg concerning Van Valkenburg's refusal to cooperate with a Department of Justice investigation into his office's allegedly inadequate handling of sexual assault cases, an investigation that was undertaken in tandem with investigations of the University of Montana's Office of Public Safety and the Missoula Police Department.[3]
Fred Van Valkenburg, Op-Ed., Words Twisted on DOJ Compliance, Missoulian (Dec. 16, 2013, 7:10 AM), http://missoulian.com/news/opinion/columnists/van-valkenburg-words-twisted-on-doj-compliance/article_c20e6b18-665b-11e3-8b10-0019bb2963f4.html. See, e.g., Editorial, County Attorney Should Follow Example, Missoulian (May 19, 2013, 8:00 AM), http://missoulian.com/news/opinion/editorial/county-attorney-should-follow-example/article_6f660de2-bf0a-11e2-8ff5-001a4bcf887a.html; Fred Van Valkenburg, Op-Ed., DOJ Has No Authority over Office of County Attorney, Missoulian (May 22, 2013, 8:15 AM), http://missoulian.com/news/opinion/columnists/doj-has-no-authority-over-office-of-county-attorney/article_3c74200c-c2ea-11e2-95e9-0019bb2963f4.html. See Letter from Jocelyn Samuels, Acting Assistant Att'y Gen., Civil Rights Div., and Michael W. Cotter, U.S. Att'y, Dist. of Mont., to Fred Van Valkenburg, Missoula Cnty. Van Valkenburg has attempted to assert prosecutorial immunity as a separate defense here, but because that doctrine is focused on immunity from suits for damages-see, e.g., Buckley v. Fitzsimmons, 509 U.S. 259, 268-69 (1993) (noting that some officials "deserve absolute protection from damages liability")-it appears to be inapplicable here, as § 14141 is explicitly limited to injunctive or declaratory relief.


thethump.com

Missoula County's chief prosecutor, Fred Van Valkenburg, fiercely defended his office and the local police, calling the Justice Department probe an "overreach by the federal government."
"I have no reason to believe (police) violated anyone's rights," he said, adding that his office had no choice but to cooperate given "the heavy hand of a federal government that refuses to tell us what we supposedly have done wrong."


963theblaze.com [cached]

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Fred Van Valkenburg is stepping down as Missoula County Attorney after four terms.


930kmpt.com

Fred Van Valkenburg
Van Valkenburg Blasts DOJ Statement as Political Hatchet Job - Full of Lies and Half-Truths [AUDIO] Missoula County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg responded to last Friday's Department of Justice news release, calling it a 'political hatchet-job, full of half-truths and lies'.


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