Crime

February 21, 2016 5:44 AM

Judge sanctions county’s hired attorneys for ‘intentionally misleading conduct’

Ruling from King County orders $32,000 in sanctions against attorneys hired by Prosecutor Mark Lindquist’s office

Dispute grew out of settlement negotiations in a long-running lawsuit; talks broke down in December

Records show attorneys and Lindquist were willing to pay $250,000 to settle false-arrest lawsuit

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