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Taxpayer-funded attorney, convicted ex-prosecutor part ways

HONOLULU (AP) — A former prosecutor convicted of conspiracy in what s been described as Hawaii s biggest corruption case said she should get a new trial because her defense attorney was ineffective. A lawyer representing ex-Honolulu deputy prosecutor Katherine Kealoha filed a motion Thursday saying her former attorney, Cynthia Kagiwada, is inexperienced. Kagiwada s failings included not properly preparing witnesses, the motion said. Kagiwada declined to comment. Your Morning Kickstart is delivered to your inbox 7 a.m. daily. Make sure...


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