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Carroll Found Guilty

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Former Marshall County Attorney Brian Carroll entered a plea of “No Contest” to a single count of theft at the preliminary hearing on Tuesday. Carroll was then found guilty by the presiding district judge. Sentencing was set for the morning of November 22nd at 11:00. The case against Carroll was the result of alligations that Carroll misappropriated more than 70-thousand-dollars ... Read More »

Preliminary Hearing for Carroll Postponed

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The preliminary hearing for the felony theft case filed against former Marshall County Attorney Brian Carroll has been postponed until September 13th. Carroll is accused of misappropriating more than 70,000 dollars from the Marysville Berean Church. The misappropriation of funds took place between August 2006 and November 2010. Carroll was serving as the church treasurer during that time. The case ... Read More »

Six Nomination in Limbo

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The abortion issue has put former Kansas Attorney General Steve Six’s nomination to an Appellate Court Judgeship on hold for the time being. Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee announced today that the vote on Six’s nomination to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was being held over because some committee members want more discussion. ... Read More »

Phone Scam Uses “Living Well” to Steal Your Money

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We have been informed by AoA that a phone scam is taking place under the name “Living Well Grant Funds.” One report of this scam was received by Kansas SMP yesterday. Targeted persons receive a phone call asking them to complete a grant application, provide their cell phone number, and then wire money through Western Union. They are told they ... Read More »

Brammer Sentenced to Prison

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District Judge Jim Patton sentenced Jason Brammer Tuesday in Marshall County District Court to 52 months in prison on a charge of involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence of alcohol and to 6 months in jail on a charge of driving without liability insurance. Brammer was found guilty of the charges by a Marshall County jury in March following ... Read More »

Attorney General Schmidt warns consumers about new scam

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  TOPEKA  – (January 25, 2011) – Kansas consumers should be on the alert for a possible new scam, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt warned today. The attorney general’s office has received numerous calls from Kansans across the state who have been contacted by an organization calling itself National Credit Solutions and purporting to be a debt collection agency.  Most ... Read More »

Trial for Frankfort Man accused of causing a Death in Accident

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A Frankfort man charged with involuntary manslaughter while under the influence of alcohol and driving a vehicle without liability insurance will exercise his right to a jury trial in March.  Jason Brammer, age 29, of Frankfort was arrested and charged in connection with a head-on collision in 2009 that claimed the life of a Marysville man.  Brammer pled no guilty ... Read More »

Kansas Attorney General Elect Will Watch Federal EPA Regulations

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Kansas Attorney General-elect Derek Schmidt announced this week that his office will keep an eye on any environmental regulations coming from the federal government that might exceed federal authority. The Republican Schmidt takes office next month. He said, “I think we’re in a period of time here where it’s going to be important for states’ legal representatives to keep an ... Read More »