Federal case likely to raise doubts over work as prosecutor
By Rob Perez and Nelson Daranciang
Oct. 21, 2017
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Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, left, pleaded not guilty to federal fraud and corruption charges. However, criminal defense attorneys say the federal indictment raises enough red flags that prosecutors should review all the cases she’s worked on the past several years to ensure they were handled properly.