Conviction Tossed for Orange County's Raabe

Finestone, Deborah
November 2000
Bond Buyer;11/06/2000, Vol. 334 Issue 31011, p43
Trade Publication
Reports the district of appellate court ruling over the involvement of Matthew R. Rabee, an assistant treasurer, in a bankruptcy issue in Orange County, California. Claims over the conflict of interest among the prosecutors; Release of the criminal charges against Rabee; Plans of attorney general Gary W. Schons to move the case to the Court of Appeals.


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