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Anoka County Bar Association of MN
Thomas M. Fitzpatrick
Randall, Goodrich & Fitzpatrick
2140 Fourth Avenue North, Anoka, MN 55303
(763) 421-5424; fax (763) 421-4213
Pawlenty appoints Fitzpatrick, ...
Pawlenty appoints Fitzpatrick, Larson to Anoka Co. court
Gov. Tim Pawlenty announced the appointment of Thomas M. Fitzpatrick
and Kristin C. Larson to two Tenth Judicial District trial court bench judgeships in Anoka County Wednesday.
...Fitzpatrick is an attorney and partner with the law firm of Randall, Goodrich and Fitzpatrick in Anoka.Fitzpatrick earned his juris doctorate degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul in 1981, and his Bachelor of Science degree with honors from St. Cloud State University in 1975.Fitzpatrick
, 55, was born in St. Cloud
, and lives in Anoka
with his wife, Jennifer Johnson.
City of Oak Grove -- City Council Minutes 10/31/05
, Thomas Fitzpatrick of Randall Goodrich & FitzpatrickThomas Fitzpatrick, Prosecutor with Randall Goodrich & Fitzpatrick, introduced himself and reported that the transfer of prosecution files has gone well and they have been integrated into his existing prosecution calendar.He
thanked Mr. Griffith for helping in that transition as well as Neil Davis who provided a summary of cases so dispositions could be consistent and handled smoothly.Mr. Fitzpatrick stated he has a good working relationship with investigators and sheriff's deputies because of his work with East Bethel so the transitioning of police reports also went well and all is in place. Mr. Fitzpatrick stated he looks forward to working with Oak Grove and indicated that his office is always accessible to Oak Grove staff.He
added that he
has already begun his
work with staff on ordinance violation cases.
explained that is a situation involving a minor criminal offense of using what may have been some illegal fireworks but has become a major dispute between neighbors.He
is trying to resolve that by treating it as a petty misdemeanor offense with disposition to put some leverage on the defendant to not do it again.Mr. Fitzpatrick
explained that the judge will not give a huge disposition but he
would like to leave the party charged with some consequence should there be a violation in the future.He
views it more as a neighborhood dispute than a criminal charge.
explained that if he
can certify the matter as a petty misdemeanor, it will result in a fine, not jail disposition.Then it limits them to a court trial, not a jury trial, which greatly reduces the cost.Mayor Olson thanked Mr. Fitzpatrick for attending the meeting tonight.
Judge Thomas Fitzpatrick ...
Judge Thomas Fitzpatrick said in light of the gravity of the offence he was granting the accused free legal aid.
The finalists are Thomas M. ...
The finalists are Thomas M. Fitzpatrick, Sherri D. Hawley, Kristin C. Larson, Mark W. Malzahn and Gerald M. Randall.
...Fitzpatrick, Anoka, is an attorney and partner with the law firm of Randall, Goodrich and Fitzpatrick in Anoka.He has been an attorney with the firm since 1986. He was an attorney with the law firm of Burke and Hawkins in Coon Rapids from 1983 to 1985 and an assistant Blue Earth County Attorney in Mankato from 1981 to 1983. Fitzpatrick earned his juris doctorate degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul in 1981 and his bachelor of science degree with honors from St. Cloud State University in 1975.Hawley, Hugo, is a self-employed attorney and a case resolution expeditor for Anoka County, positions she has held since 2007.