A tribute for Pono, Hawai‘i’s first Courthouse Dog, was held at Mission Memorial Auditorium on Thursday, July 12th
Hawai‘i’s Community Outreach Court is reaching more communities on O‘ahu. During the first 18 months of the program 86 defendants participated, 950 non-violent cases were cleared, more than 1,650 hours of community service were performed by participants, and 39 people moved off the street and into housing.
*Updated August 15, 2018* – The White Collar Crime Unit secured convictions during the fiscal year 2018 in which defendants in high profile cases were found guilty of stealing more than $10 million.
Steven M. Boos was sentenced to 30 days in prison and 50 hours of community service for injuring his girlfriend’s 7.5-pound Silky Terrier.
Honorable Judge Clarence A. Pacarro holds a hearing at Wahiawa District Court, as part of the Community Outreach Court, to help clear case backlog.
Dozens of defendants facing hundreds of non-violent offenses have resolved the cases against them by attending to Community Outreach Court
Tamila Alcoran has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for embezzling more than $1.3 million in 2008 from her former employer, Greg Boyer Hawaiian Landscapes Inc.
Prosecuting Attorney Keith Kaneshiro has appointed Chasid Sapolu as the next First Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the City and County of Honolulu.
The 23rd Annual Men’s March Against Violence