Saturday, May 14, 2011

State pays legal tab for Guy Riordan

Among the interesting things I found recently in the legal bills in the Frank Foy case were invoices for a law firm defending former state Game Commissioner Guy Riordan. He wasn't an employee, but the Gov. Susana Martinez administration says state laws cover people who were representing the state, whether they were compensated or not. (Game commissioners get mileage and per diem.)

Check out my story in today's paper.

Do you think that is right or wrong?

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