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Continued: Minnesota high court to consider judge's oath

  • Article by: BRANDON STAHL , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 3, 2014 - 9:47 PM

MacDonald and Myser denied that he had failed to pay child support. MacDonald said it was a clear retaliation against her client.

“He wasn’t even given a bail amount,” MacDonald said.

Myser was released on July 19 on the order of another judge.

The Supreme Court agreed to review Myser’s case within the next month, but will take no testimony until it has ruled on another case involving whether Hennepin District Judge Patricia Kerr Karasov had the authority to preside over cases despite living outside her district. The Supreme Court last took oral arguments on that case in June 2013.

Brandon Stahl • 612-673-4626

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