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Judge quashes Souki subpoena in Say residency challenge

By Derrick DePledge

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 28, 2014

~~<p>State House Speaker Joseph Souki will not have to testify this week about when he first heard of a legal challenge to state Rep. Calvin Say's residency, a state Circuit Court judge ruled Wednesday.</p>
<p>Lance Collins, an attorney for six Palolo voters who allege Say does not live in the Palolo state House district he has represented since 1976, had subpoenaed Souki. Collins said outside of court that he wanted to ask Souki about a conversation the attorney and Keiko Bonk, a Green Party activist running against Say in the November general election, say they had with Souki about Say's residency a few years ago.</p>
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State House Speaker Joseph Souki will not have to testify this week about when he first heard of a legal challenge to state Rep. Calvin Say's residency, a state Circuit Court judge ruled Wednesday.

Lance Collins, an attorney for six Palolo voters who allege Say does not live in the Palolo state House district he has represented since 1976, had subpoenaed Souki. Collins said outside of court that he wanted to ask Souki about a conversation the attorney and Keiko Bonk, a Green Party activist running against Say in the November general election, say they had with Souki about Say's residency a few years ago. Login for more...



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