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Topic - Florence Nakakuni
A federal prosecutor apologized in court Wednesday over sanctions for prosecutorial misconduct imposed by a judge during a major Hawaii meth-ring trial.
HONOLULU (AP) — The U.S. Attorney's office in Hawaii says it collected more than $2.4 million in civil and criminal actions for the 2013 fiscal year.
A U.S. defense contractor who works in intelligence at the military's Pacific Command in Hawaii has been charged with passing classified national security information to a 27-year-old Chinese woman he was dating.
U.S. Attorney Florence Nakakuni announced Thursday $1.5 million was collected in criminal actions and about $930,000 was collected in civil actions.
U.S. Attorney Florence Nakakuni announces at a news conference in Honolulu on Monday, March 18, 2013, that authorities have charged Benjamin Pierce Bishop, a U.S. Pacific Command defense contractor, with giving defense secrets to a Chinese woman with whom he was romantically involved.