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Charge against spouse of Pinal clerk aide tossed

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On November 10, 2015 a 42 U.S.C. § 1983 civil rights law suit 2:15-cv-02268-DJH was filed in The United States District Court against Amanda Stanford, the Clerk of the Pinal County Superior Court, and Lynn Hurley, the Chief Deputy Clerk (former Public Information Officer for former clerk Chad Roche); for willful abuse of position, interference in a judicial proceeding and Deprivation of Rights under the color of state law.

Complaint arose from appearance of mysterious process server

By Brian Wright | Casa Grande Dispatch

An Apache Junction couple has filed a federal lawsuit against the Pinal County Clerk of the Superior Court Office, but a separate criminal complaint tangentially related to that suit was thrown out by a judge last week.

An assault charge against John Hurley was dismissed without prejudice in Apache Junction Justice Court. Hurley is the husband of Pinal Clerk of the Superior Court Chief Deputy Lynn Hurley.

A Website shrouded in secrecy has issued statements and “press releases” alleging unlawful activity by Lynn Hurley and Clerk of the Superior Court Amanda Stanford.


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