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AO 2003-17

Treffinger

Summary

Use of campaign funds to pay for criminal defense.

Documents

Final opinion July 25, 2003
Date Name Document type
08/29/2003 Concurring Opinion (Commissioner McDonald, Commissioner Thomas, Commissioner Toner) Commissioner Statements
07/25/2003 AO 2003-17 Final Opinion
07/24/2003 Amendment to OGC Draft (OGC), Agenda Document 03-49-A Draft Documents
07/24/2003 Vote Votes
07/21/2003 Comment on OGC Draft by James W. Treffinger Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/17/2003 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 03-49 Draft Documents
07/09/2003 Comment on AOR by Perkins Coie Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/08/2003 Comment on OGC Draft by James W. Treffinger Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/03/2003 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 03-45 Draft Documents
06/09/2003 Supplement to Request AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
05/30/2003 Comment on AOR by U.S. Department of Justice Comments and Ex parte Communications
05/09/2003 Request by James W. Treffinger AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Treffinger, James W. Individual
Counsel/Representative Klingeman Turano LLC Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Riecker, Karin S. Individual
Commenter U.S. Department of Justice Governmental entity
Commenter Christie, Christopher J. Individual
Commenter Sadlowski, Caroline A. Individual
Commenter Bauer, Robert F. Individual