Andria Tupola interviewed civil litigation and criminal defense attorney, Megan Kau, on June 25, 2021 against the backdrop of two high-profile cases involving Honolulu law enforcement, the prosecuting attorney’s office, and public calls for police accountability. Video: 13 minutes Subscribe To Newsletter
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Aloha friends, It’s been said that transparency is the currency of trust. As a legislator, educator, and especially a mom of two teenage girls, I couldn’t agree more. In a recent poll evaluating our government’s openness and transparency, 66% of respondents gave the state a failing grade while only 6% felt it deserved top marks. By this
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