Joe Dunn, when he served in the state Senate, speaks during a committee hearing. He went on to serve four years as executive director of the California State Bar until he was fired in December.
Joe Dunn, when he served in the state Senate, speaks during a committee hearing. He went on to serve four years as executive director of the California State Bar until he was fired in December. John Decker Sacramento Bee file
Joe Dunn, when he served in the state Senate, speaks during a committee hearing. He went on to serve four years as executive director of the California State Bar until he was fired in December. John Decker Sacramento Bee file

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June 18, 2015 2:16 PM

Audit: California State Bar went easy on lawyers to cut complaint caseload

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