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MEETING OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE STATE BAR OF ARIZONA August 17, 2005
BOARD MEMBERS WITH UNEXCUSED ABSENCES: Member at Large: Paul W. Ahler, Phoenix.
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE STATE BAR OF ARIZONA
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT (Phoenix): Charles W. Wirken, President, Phoenix; Jim D. Smith, First Vice President, Yuma; Daniel J. McAuliffe, Second Vice President, Phoenix; Edward F. Novak, Secretary-Treasurer, Phoenix; Bryan B. Chambers, Globe; Bennie R. Click, Munds Park; Amelia Craig Cramer, Tucson; Whitney Cunningham, Flagstaff; Michael K. Dana, Young Lawyers Division, Phoenix; Stephen M. Dichter, Phoenix; Diane L. Drain, Phoenix; Raymond A. Hanna, Prescott; Joseph A. Kanefield, Phoenix; Richard Platt, Florence; Ex Officio Member: Immediate Past President, Pamela Treadwell-Rubin, Tucson; Public Member: James B. Matthews, Phoenix; and At-Large Members Paul W. Ahler Phoenix; David K. Byers, Phoenix.
The Bar will be located at 4201 N. 24 th Street, Suite 200, Phoenix
after this weekend.
The April meeting will be planned at the new offices.
Pinal County Democrats - Pinal County attorney issues pink...
Among those who confirmed their termination were Paul Ahler, charging bureau chief - who headed Voyles' transition team and gave Voyles his first prosecuting job in 2003 when Ahler was chief deputy at the Maricopa County Attorney's Office - and decorated trial attorney Sylvia Lafferty.
Phoenix New Times Online -- phoenixnewtimes.com | News & Features | Docket Science
Paul Ahler , chief deputy of the Maricopa County Attorney's Office , says the order likely won't increase his attorneys' workload because it only applies to criminal cases that are ready to go to trial.But he's not sure.
It's too early to tell , he
says.That order just came out.I don't know what long-term impact it'll have.If we're ready to go to trial , it doesn't matter to us if the case is before a civil judge or a criminal judge..Ahler
says it's difficult to have a case on hold , waiting for a judge , particularly when a prosecutor is trying to keep track of witnesses.
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE STATE BAR OF ARIZONA November 19, 2004 Board Room
Helen Perry Grimwood moved and Paul Ahler seconded and motion carried to adopt Proposal One as recommended by the Discipline Oversight Committee in the February 17 th Board of Governors reporting form.
Paul Ahler has chaired a sub-committee to address comments to the petition regarding admissions and reinstatements.
A proposed comment will be brought to the Board at the March meeting.