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By Dena Martin
THE TIMES 

Commissioners address rights in response to Judge Gallina arrest

 

April 18, 2019

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Columbia County Prosecutor Dale Slack (above) has enlisted the support of Attorney Pam Loginsky from the Washington Association of Prosecution Attorneys and risk pool support as he addresses ramifications arising from the arrest of Columbia County Superior Court Judge Scott Gallina. Slack has created a Columbia County Prosecuting Attorney Facebook page to keep the community apprised of updates.

Update: The below article was posted on The Times website on April 11, following last week's press deadline. Since the time of the original article, Superior Court Judge Scott Gallina was formally charged with second-degree rape, fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation and indecent liberties. He was released on his own recognizance after posting 10 percent of his $50,000 bail.

On April 12, Dale Slack updated the Columbia County Prosecuting Attorney Facebook page saying, "I can confirm this afternoon that the Administrative Office of the Courts in Olympia (the state agency that is resp...



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