Two LA Clerk’s Office employees disclose confidential information (SAM SPITAL)

“The allegation that two employees in the Clerk’s Office of the Los Angeles County Superior Court used their position to obtain and disclose confidential information is serious. This not only raises the question as to a violation of their oath of office, but a breach of their duty to the public they serve.

No one should rush to judgment on what they read or hear. All of the facts must be considered.

It is important to follow the principle a person is innocent until proven guilty.”

Sam Spital, Criminal Defense Lawyer

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