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Office of the Attorney General

Office of the Attorney General
102 State Capitol, St. Paul, MN 55155
Phone: (651) 296-6196
Fax: (651) 297-4193
TTY: (651) 297-7206
Website: http://www.ag.state.mn.us
Email: attorney.general@state.mn.us
Attorney General Lori Swanson

Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 8; Minnesota Rules, Chapters 2000-2009

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IS THE CHIEF LEGAL OFFICER for the state and is the legal advisor to the governor and all the constitutional officers. Her duties arise from the constitution, state statutes and common law. Every board, commission and agency of the state receives its legal counsel and representation from the attorney general.

The attorney general provides legal assistance to local officials, such as county attorneys and sheriffs, in their efforts to enforce laws, and the Public Protection Division prosecutes difficult or complex criminal cases at the request of local prosecutors, especially serious crimes against people. She represents and advocates for consumers in areas of consumer protection, charities oversight, antitrust enforcement and utilities regulation.

In these areas the attorney general has focused on privacy issues, protecting the public from unscrupulous businesses, combating scams and fraud targeted at senior citizens, and combating telemarketing fraud.

The attorney general is also a member of the State Executive Council, the State Board of Investment, the Pardon Board and the Land Exchange Board. The attorney general, deputy attorneys general, solicitor general, and assistant attorneys general must file statements of economic interest with the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board.

Attorney General’s Staff
The attorney general’s staff is headed by:
- Solicitor General: Al Gilbert
- Deputies Attorney General: Steven Gunn, Ann Kinsella, Karen Olson, David Voigt
- Director of Administration: Rebecca Spartz
- Director of Communications and Legislative Affairs: Brian Bergson.

Other staff include attorneys, legal assistants and support staff in the following divisions:

Appellate Division
(651) 297-2040, Peter Marker, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division handles criminal appeals before the Minnesota Supreme Court and Minnesota Court of Appeals for 83 of Minnesota’s 87 counties. The division seeks to uphold convictions properly obtained and also to shape and develop criminal case law to enhance the protection of Minnesota citizens.

Charities Division
(651) 296-9412, Ann Bloodhart, assistant attorney general, division manager. The Charities Division maintains a registry of approximately 8,000 charities, charitable trusts and professional fundraisers. Each registered organization is required to file registration information and financial statements for its most recently completed fiscal year. This information is available to the public in hard copy or in computerized format.

The division investigates and takes legal action against fraudulent and charitable solicitation campaigns, improper administration or use of charitable assets, and mismanagement and breaches of fiduciary duty by directors and trustees. The division receives notice of litigation involving charitable organizations and trusts, including probate court litigation, and may intervene in these actions. The division also supervises the dissolution of nonprofit corporations holding charitable assets.

Torts / Employment Law Division
(651) 282-5700, P. Kenneth Kohnstamm, assistant attorney general, division manager. Attorneys in the Civil Litigation Division defend lawsuits challenging the validity of state statutes and actions of state officials on constitutional grounds, represent judges and other members of the state judiciary, and assist other divisions of the attorney general’s office in litigation matters. This division also defends state agencies and state employees against all claims for personal injury, property damage, and wrongful death. The division handles litigation involving highway crash cases, persons injured in state correctional facilities and regional treatment centers, and accidents occurring in state parks. The Civil Litigation Division represents the Minnesota Department of Employee Relations and is responsible for defending employment-related lawsuits brought against the State of Minnesota, its state agencies and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. The division also provides legal advice to the Public Utilities Commission.

Consumer Services Division
(651) 296-3353, Chuck Ferguson, division manager. This division assists Minnesota citizens with a variety of consumer problems. It also answers questions and provides educational information to help consumers enforce their own rights and to prevent them from becoming victims of fraudulent conduct. the division performs these functions in a broad range of consumer-related matters, including telemarketing scams, landlord/tenant disputes, automobile disputes, and the like.

Environmental Protection Division
(651) 297-1075, Carla Heyl, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division provides legal assistance and representation to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, the Office of environmental Assistance, and the Environmental Quality Board. Advice and representation is provided with respect to, among other things, the enforcement of statutes and regulations protecting the water, air and land from pollution. The division also represents the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency in federal and state rulemaking, contested case hearings, and all judicial proceedings.

Health and Antitrust Division
(651) 296-9412, Kristen Olsen, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division represents the Department of Health, which is responsible for the enforcement of certain state health laws. Responsibilities include regulation of health care facilities, asbestos contractors, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), and restaurants; handling public health aspects of communicable diseases; and dealing with public health aspects of environmental concerns related to such matters as protection of the state’s drinking water. The division also enforces state and federal antitrust laws within the State of Minnesota. By enforcing the antitrust laws, the division helps consumers, business and government obtain the best possible environment in which to purchase goods and compete. The division also actively monitors mergers and acquisitions that may affect consumers and businesses within the State of Minnesota.

Health Licensing Division
(651) 296-7575, Tiernee Murphy, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division represents 18 boards that license and discipline health care professionals such as doctors, dentists, nurses, and social workers. The division represents the boards in disciplinary proceedings against licensees and in contested cases before the Office of Administrative Hearings. Attorneys also seek injunctive relief on behalf of the boards against individuals who practice without a license. Complaints against a licensed professional should be filed directly with the board licensing the individual.

Health Licensing Investigation Division
(651) 296-7575, Hollice Allen, division manager. Investigators in this division investigate complaints filed with the state licensing boards governing health professionals such as doctors, nurses, dentists, social workers, and psychologists. The division works closely with the licensing boards and with the office’s licensing division.

Labor / Corrections / Human Rights Division
(651) 297-1075, Kelly Kemp, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division represents the departments of Human Rights, Labor and Industry, Economic Security, Corrections and Veteran’s Affairs as well as the Bureau of Mediation Services, the Public Employee Retirement Association, Minnesota State Retirement System, Teacher’s Retirement Association, Veteran’s Home Board, and the Health Benefits Division of the Department of Employee Relations.

On behalf of its client agencies, the division provides advice and handles litigation on a variety of issues before agencies, the Office of Administrative Hearings, and the courts. Its major human rights activity, through negotiation, mediation, and litigation, is handling of cases where the Department of Human Rights has determined that illegal discriminatory conduct has occurred. Its two major activities on behalf of the Department of Labor and Industry are litigating workplace safety and health violations and defending the Special Compensation Fund from unwarranted workers’ compensation claims.

Human Services Division
(651) 297-1075, Frank Ling, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division provides legal assistance and representation to the Department of Human Services. Division attorneys provide advice and representation on a wide range of issues including income assistance programs (AFDC, GA refugee assistance, child support), social services for children and adults (maltreatment, foster care, adoption), and licensing of day and residential treatment programs. The division also represents several regional treatment centers that provide residential and treatment services to persons who are judicially committed as mentally ill, developmentally disabled, psychopathic personalities, and chemically dependent.

Medicaid Fraud Division
(651) 296-9412, Deborah Peterson, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division brings criminal and civil suits against medical service providers who submit fraudulent claims for reimbursement to the state, including doctors, dentists, pharmacists, nursing homes, clinics, and ambulance services. Responsibilities include investigating and prosecuting patient neglect and abuse allegations at Medicaid-funded facilities and investigating and prosecuting the misuse of patient trust accounts at facilities that receive Medicaid funds.

Public Finance/ Natural Resources Division
(651) 297-2040, Christie B. Eller, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division represents the Departments of Finance, Administration, and Employment and Economic Development as well as other state boards, agencies and departments that deal with financial matters, including the State Board of Investment, Housing Finance Agency, Iron Range Resources Agency, Public Facilities Authority, Agricultural and Economic Development Board and Rural Finance Authority. In addition, the division represents numerous other state boards such as the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board, the Client Security Board, and the Board of Teaching.

Natural Resources division provides legal assistance and representation to the Department of Natural Resources, Department of Agriculture, the Board of Water and Soil Resources, the Board of Animal Health, the State Archaeologist, the Indian Affairs Council, and other related agencies. Advice is provided with respect to laws protecting Minnesota’s natural resources, including its waters, forests, and wildlife.

In addition, the division provides advice and representation to the Minnesota Department of Commerce, which regulates the areas of banking, insurance, securities and real estate, among others. The principal work of the division involves representing the Commerce Department in litigation involving matters such as securities and real estate fraud, defense of constitutional challenges to client agency legislation, and disciplinary cases against persons licensed by client agencies.

Public Safety/Gambling Division
(651) 297-2040, Jeff Lebowski, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division provides legal services to the Department of Public Safety, including the State Patrol, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Driver and Vehicle Services, Emergency Management and the Office of Pipeline Safety. Staff attorneys prosecute violations of the state’s implied consent laws and other drivers’ license revocation cases throughout the state. In addition, the division represents other clients, including the Minnesota Racing Commission, the Gambling Control Board, Private Detectives Board, the Crime victims Reparations Board, and the State Patrol.

Residential Utilities Division
(651) 297-1075, Jessica Palmer-Denig, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division acts as an advocate for residential and small business customers of utilities’ services and products in state proceedings. The division assists residential and small business customers with specific questions or problems regarding their utility service. Division staff are available to assist customers in disputes with utilities on issues such as unauthorized charges, service problems, and disconnections. For assistance on utility matters, contact the Residential and Small Business Utility Division at 900 Bremer Tower, 445 Minnesota Street, St. Paul, MN 55101.

Tax Litigation / Education Division
(651) 296-3421, Tamar Gronvall, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division handles all litigation for the Department of Revenue. Staff attorneys provide legal aid in the administration and collection of state taxes, including income, sales, inheritance, gift, occupation, gross earnings, deed, petroleum, and tobacco taxes.

Telecommunications and Energy Division
(651) 296-7575, Julia Anderson, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division litigates on behalf of the Department of Commerce in the areas of telecommunications and energy law. The department is responsible for the regulation of most of Minnesota’s telephone, gas and electric utilities, and is the decision-maker for energy conservation programs throughout the state. Division attorneys represent the department before the Public Utilities Commission, federal regulatory agencies, and state and federal courts. The division also provides legal representation, primarily in the consumer protection area, to the Weights and Measures Division of the Department of Commerce. The division advises the Department of Commerce on a wide range of energy and utility law issues.

Public Protection Division
(651) 297-2040, Matthew Frank, assistant attorney general, division manager. This division prosecutes serious crimes in trial courts throughout Minnesota and handles psychopathic personality or sexually dangerous person commitments when requested by a county attorney under Minnesota Statutes 8.01. The division also provides legal advice and prosecution support to the Minnesota Gang Strike Force and prosecutes white collar and drug offenses.


Attorneys General since Statehood:
For more detailed information, visit the Legislative Reference Library website: http://www.leg.state.mn.us/lrl/mngov/Mngov.htm

Name P.O. address Assumed office
Charles H. Berry Mankato May 24, 1858
Gordon E. Cole Faribault January 4, 1860
William Colville Lake City January 8, 1966
F.R.E. Cornell Minneapolis January 10, 1868
George P. Wilson Winona January 9, 1874
Charles M. Start Rochester January 10, 1880
W.J. Hahn Minneapolis March 11, 1881
Moses E. Clapp Fergus Falls January 5, 1887
H.W. Childs Wadena January 2, 1893
W.B. Douglas Moorhead January 2, 1899
W.J. Donahower St. Paul April 1, 1904
Edward T. Young Appleton January 2, 1905
George T. Simpson Winona January 4, 1909
Lyndon A. Smith Montevideo January 1, 1912
Clifford L. Hilton Fergus Falls March 9, 1918
Albert F. Pratt Anoka December 21, 1927
G.A. Youngquist Crookston February 2, 1928
Henry N. Benson St. Peter November 20, 1929
Harry H. Peterson St. Paul January 3, 1933
William S. Ervin Minneapolis December 15, 1936
J.A.A. Burnquist Minneapolis January 2, 1939
Miles Lord Minneapolis January 3, 1955
Walter F. Mondale Minneapolis May 4, 1960
Robert W. Mattson Minneapolis December 30, 1964
Douglas M. Head Minneapolis January 2, 1967
Warren Spannaus Minneapolis January 4, 1971
Hubert H. Humphrey III New Hope January 3, 1983
Mike Hatch Burnsville January 4, 1999
Lori Swanson January 2, 2007

Attorney General MN Salarys Lori Swanson


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Salary home State of Minnesota

Attorney General

Median
base pay
Overtime
pay
% Overtime
pay
Total pay
State of Minnesota47,19537,086,7002.41,539,340,032
Attorney General57,78258,7810.319,775,400
NameSalary
year
Job titleYear
hired
Base payOvertime
pay
Other payTotal pay
Daniel Lavi
Abelson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200770,4240070,424
Hollice
Allen
2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)199985,1280085,128
Steven H
Alpert
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000101,11700101,117
Anita M
Anderson
2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200770,7370070,737
Julia E
Anderson
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Kristyn M
Anderson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200060,4450060,445
Karen Beth
Andrews
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200730,3160030,316
Alison
Archer
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200755,1730055,173
James P
Barone
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200790,9500090,950
Angela M
Behrens
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200749,11703,88152,998
Brian M
Bergson
2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200783,0550083,055
Jeffrey S
Bilcik
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000102,43700102,437
Ann K
Bloodhart
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Nathan A
Brennaman
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200725,0000025,000
Beverly A
Bryant
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199982,8690082,869
Marcus D
Campbell
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200731,9800031,980
James W
Canaday
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200800
Martin Avery
Carlson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200471,6670071,667
Noah
Cashman
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000100,14700100,147
Martha J
Casserly
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199996,5040096,504
Manuel J
Cervantes
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200696,8290096,829
Margaret
Chutich
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199963,8160063,816
Christian J
Clapp
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200726,6560026,656
Jeanne
Cochran
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200578,8990078,899
Ann E
Cohen
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199998,1880098,188
Beverly
Conerton
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000101,57100101,571
Richard P
Cool
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999103,19800103,198
Gary R
Cunningham
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1998103,75700103,757
Susan E
Damon
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200793,2020093,202
Rita R Coyle
DeMeules
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2006100,29300100,293
Marsha E
Devine
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199879,7260079,726
Brian Andrew
Dillon
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200769,7460069,746
Ian M
Dobson
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200733,7980033,798
James B
Early
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199594,3830094,383
Melissa J
Eberhart
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200062,9360062,936
Joan M
Eichhorst
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200577,6670077,667
Christie B
Eller
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005107,13300107,133
Ryan Craig
Ellis
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200800
Gail A
Feichtinger
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200740,0530040,053
Benjamin J
Feist
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200721,1130021,113
Charles V
Ferguson
2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200285,1280085,128
Richard L
Finch
2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)199982,7710082,771
Paige M
Fitzgerald
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200573,9570073,957
Rory H
Foley
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199784,3020084,302
Matthew G
Frank
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007103,93900103,939
Tibor M
Gallo
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)198988,8060088,806
John B
Galus
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)197998,1540098,154
John S
Garry
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999103,08000103,080
Jonathan
Geffen
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200775,2950075,295
Gabriel R
Gervey
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200730,1200030,120
Alan I
Gilbert
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)1995115,56500115,565
Ronald M
Giteck
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200187,5600087,560
Daniel Stuart
Goldberg
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200698,0010098,001
Emerald A
Gratz
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200661,1620061,162
Theresa Meinholz
Gray
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200062,9270062,927
Douglas Jerome
Gregor
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199097,2150097,215
Barry R
Greller
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200492,7890092,789
Tamar N
Gronvall
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)200794,0870094,087
John
Gross
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200720,4030020,403
Steven M
Gunn
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005113,08300113,083
Kyle R
Gustafson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200767,0260067,026
James Eric
Haase
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200575,6650075,665
Karen A Finstad
Hammel
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200085,1430085,143
Mary Ann L
Hammer
2007M1 (Attorney General's Office)200358,8940058,894
Shannon M
Harmon
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200752,9770052,977
Jeffrey J
Harrington
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200800
Nathan Webster
Hart
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200594,1430094,143
Nathan James
Hartshorn
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200765,4660065,466
Jennifer J.
Hasbargen
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200746,5970046,597
Cara M
Hawkinson
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200658,4410058,441
Leah M
Hedman
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200658,1610058,161
Darryl J
Henchen
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200666,9260066,926
Carla J
Heyl
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007105,95800105,958
Gregory P
Huwe
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999106,05700106,057
David P
Iverson
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2002100,68200100,682
Margaret E
Jacot
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200751,978031752,295
Cynthia B
Jahnke
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200561,6320061,632
Anna E
Jenks
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200746,0790046,079
Gina D
Jensen
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200560,6300060,630
Linda S
Jensen
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000100,39100100,391
Bernard E
Johnson
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200786,4850086,485
Erik M
Johnson
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200683,8760083,876
Gunnar B
Johnson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200161,5790061,579
Nancy J
Joyer
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200076,3730076,373
Samantha K
Juneau
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200680,0900080,090
Christopher Michael
Kaisershot
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200383,4340083,434
Kelly S
Kemp
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007105,89300105,893
Paul R
Kempainen
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200093,8120093,812
Angela Helseth
Kiese
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2002100,33000100,330
Wm F
Klumpp
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005111,99100111,991
P Kenneth
Kohnstamm
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005108,77700108,777
David J
Koob
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200678,3620078,362
Peter John
Krieser
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200092,7050092,705
William
Kuretsky
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1990104,02600104,026
Steven P
LaPierre
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200568,4920068,492
Amy R
Lawler
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)20075,070005,070
Jeffrey F
Lebowski
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Julie
Leppink
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2002100,39100100,391
Mark B
Levinger
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2003103,63400103,634
Francis C
Ling
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Leanne G
Litfin
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199887,3620087,362
Daphne A
Lundstrom
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200736,0970036,097
Peter
Magnuson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200584,8890084,889
Audrey K
Manka
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199881,1100081,110
Peter R
Marker
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Blaine Anthony
Markuson
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200315,2870015,287
Stephen B
Masten
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999101,13400101,134
Tricia L
Matzek
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200653,4700053,470
Elizabeth
McAfee
2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200674,4770074,477
Sarah A
McGee
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200750,8630050,863
Mary Rebekkah
McKinley
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200767,5410067,541
Valerie Michelle
Means
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200591,0680091,068
David W
Merchant
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999102,52700102,527
Kimberly Jean
Middendorf
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200768,3470068,347
Kelly O'Neill
Moller
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200761,8600061,860
Donald J
Mueting
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Jon K
Murphy
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1972101,13400101,134
Tiernee Marie
Murphy
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200774,0730074,073
Willow
Najjar
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200764,4530064,453
Carmen Lynn
Netten
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199959,8890059,889
Thomas M
O'Hern
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199885,9750085,975
Kristen Marie
Olsen
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007105,80000105,800
Jocelyn F
Olson
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1975104,94000104,940
Karen Diane
Olson
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)200760,8940060,894
Thomas K
Overton
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199896,7410096,741
Michele M
Owen
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199997,3530097,353
Jessica Ann
Palmer-Denig
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200795,3420095,342
Kimberly Ross
Parker
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200459,8930059,893
Deborah R
Peterson
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2006106,72500106,725
David L
Phillips
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199888,1990088,199
Terence R
Pohlkamp
2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)199684,2850084,285
Lawrence W
Pry
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200582,5300082,530
Kenneth E
Raschke
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999104,71000104,710
Robert B
Roche
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200482,8510082,851
Charles O
Roehrdanz
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200759,5970059,597
Gregory J
Schaefer
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200576,1460076,146
Eric Peter
Schieferdecker
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200578,4860078,486
Jill Donna
Schlick
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200377,2140077,214
Patrick Arthur
Shrake
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200633,3810033,381
Michael A
Sindt
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199887,6430087,643
Elizabeth L
Snyder
2007M1 (Attorney General's Office)200658,8940058,894
Patricia A
Sonnenberg
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999103,33800103,338
Rebecca
Spartz
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)1996106,73000106,730
William T
Stamets
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200721,1130021,113
Erika Sue Schneller
Sullivan
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200777,2300077,230
Lori R
Swanson
2007Attorney General2007113,95100113,951
Jeffery S
Thompson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200083,8260083,826
Michael J
Tostengard
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200298,6860098,686
Andrew J
Tourville
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199884,8130084,813
Binh Thanh
Tuong
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200337,7270037,727
Richard L
Varco
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2007106,72500106,725
Thomas C
Vasaly
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200299,3040099,304
David S
Voigt
2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005113,32100113,321
Robin Christopher
Vue-Benson
2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200763,5930063,593
Joel A
Watne
2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)198099,6990099,699
Patrick D
Whiting
2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200754,5520054,552
Alan C
Williams
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The salary amounts presented here were provided to the Star Tribune by the State of Minnesota, the University of Minnesota and several local governments under the Minnesota Data Practices Act. The information was provided between March and June 2008 and do no refect any revisions or corrections that might have been made since.

The salary figures represent compensation that was paid or deferred in 2007 for base salary, overtime and other pay, which includes expense reimbursements or amounts earned for working weekends or nights. The monetary value of employee benefits, such as health insurance, or payments to pension plans are not included.

The City of St. Paul was unable to provide a breakdown of total pay by component parts, therefore total overtime pay and base pay amounts for employees could not be enumerated. The counties of Anoka, Hennepin, Ramsey and Washington, the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, and the Metropolitan Council did provide overtime figures but were unable to provide a total other pay figure. Therefore, base salaries listed for their employees represent the combined amount of regular and other compensation.

Median pay amounts were calculated using hourly or bi-weekly pay rates as provided by the government agencies. Not all agencies provided data for employees that left employment during the year, therefore median pay amounts might differ from other published sources.

An employee's job title and department affiliation represent the employee's position at the time the government agency provided the data to the Star Tribune, however, the employee might have earned the salary as part of a previous position.








Friday, May 1, 2009

FindLaw _ InterrogatoriesJean Tancabel aka Jean Stepan re: 62cv09-1163

FindLaw _ InterrogatoriesJean Tancabel aka Jean Stepan re: 62cv09-1163



Legal Notice to the Courts,Countys,Municipalities,Media et al


NO STATUTE OF MS 2.724 ATSASC 1988Brief15pdf LIMITIONS ON FRAUD OR MURDER..42 USC 3631 ....... IF IN FACT A FRAUD UPON THE COURT IS PARAMOUNT BY LAWYERS AND THEIR SPOUSES

IN OFFICIAL CAPACITY, THEN MS.609.43 KICK'S IN. SHERIFF BOB FLETCHER IS DULY NOTIFIED.


TO : JEAN STEPAN AKA MRS. JOHN M. TANCABEL Prosecuting Attry 2008 Tax Delinq 62cv09-1163

895 Osceola


Tax and Property Look Up Information - Tax Payment


















# Name Age Phone Address City/State Relatives Premium Information
1 Jean Tancabel
Jean Stepan
Jean Margaret Stepan
Jean U Stepan
M J Stepan
Margaret J Stepan
Margret J Stephan
Margaret J Tancabel
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Address Available Phone Available Saint Paul , MN

ON THE GRAVES OF AFFIANTS HERITAGE: TENANTS IN COMMON, Pursuant to Affiants call

re: 2008 Tax Delinquency File no 62cv09-1163 to Jean Stepan 's Ramsey County Attorney's Office 651-266-3051 yesterday

Thurs.30Apr09 to inquire the Status of the Above File No. and your representing the county of ramsey taxpayers, of which Affiant Sharon Scarrella Anderson is one........


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Case Number Style Filed/Location/Judicial Officer Type/Status
62-CV-09-1163 Delinquent Real Property Taxes for 2008
02/12/2009

Ramsey Civil

Cleary, Edward J.

Administrative File

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Case Type: Administrative File
Date Filed: 02/12/2009
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STEPAN, JEAN

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DISPOSITIONS
02/12/2009
Closed administratively

OTHER EVENTS AND HEARINGS
02/12/2009 Notice-Other
03/31/2009 Affidavit for Proceeding In Forma Pauperis
03/31/2009 Order-Other
03/31/2009 Affidavit-Other
04/02/2009 Other Document
04/06/2009 Affidavit of Service
04/06/2009 Correspondence
04/06/2009 Other Document
04/06/2009 Other Document
04/06/2009 Other Document
04/07/2009 Order to Remove
04/09/2009 Notice of Case Reassignment
04/10/2009 Correspondence
08/20/2009
Motion Summary Judgment (9:00 AM) * * * * *





1. Where is the proof of service of Stepans Motions for Summary Judgment: When Affiant has not been served? Stepans Answer there is no Motions Filed by her Office, indicating this Co. Attorney has NOT READ OR RESEARCH THE FILE'S.

a. Stepan aka Tancabel further stated: out of 3 thousand there was another file with different file no?

b. but Stepan could not remember the name or file no.?????

MAC_Jean Stepan_Bankruptcy Affiant finds it interesing that Aitkin Co. Auditor Peysor is Treasurer for MAC.

2. When Stepan with "pretended Naivety" stated Never heard of SCAP Panel, Affiant became concernd

of apparent Ineffective Assistance of Counsel representing the County Taxpayers of which Affiant paid the Property Taxes "but for" challenging Fees/Assessments obtained by Theft,Trespass,Treason. THEFT OF CAR,TRAILER,TRESPASS,TREASON TO REPEAL STATE AND FEDERAL LAW, AS SHARON ANDERSON IS IN A PROTECTED CLASS OF SOCIAL SECURITY ETC.


3. Affiant Sharon Anderson was assured that Service by the county would be notified.

4. Stepan stated she had no knowledge of who Bernard Madoff was and that Stepan was not aware of the http://sharon4council.blogspot.com/ documents alleging City of St.Paul municipal bonds did not pay out the 22%y annual to the residents.

Sharon Anderson’s Presentations on SlideShare Sharon Anderson Scribd which are to be presented in this file with Evidentary Hearings at the proper time with valid citations/statutes at issue.


THIS CURSORY INQUIRY MUST TRIGGER INTERROGATORYS, GOOD FAITH INVESTIGATIONS INTO CRIMINAL ACTIVITY BY PUBLIC OFFICIALS ETC.

ISSUE


Does Minn. Stat. § 47.204, subd. 1 (1998), exempt the fees respondents charged appellants from the limitations purportedly imposed by Minn. Stat. § 47.20, subd. 9(g) (1998)?


ANALYSIS


Statutory construction is a question of law, which this court reviews de novo. Brookfield Trade Ctr., Inc., v. County of Ramsey, 584 N.W.2d 390, 393 (Minn. 1998).


Minn. Stat. § 47.20, subd. 9(g) (1998), provides that:



The mortgagee shall not charge a direct fee for the administration of the escrow account, nor shall the mortgagee charge a fee or other consideration for allowing the mortgagor to discontinue the escrow account.



FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NOT AT THIS TIME EXCEPT: REMINDER

Effective Friday, May 1, 2009, the U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, will increase the individual file size limit for PDF documents filed on the court's CM/ECF system. The current file size limit of 2.5 MB per document will increase to 5 MB per document.

For attorney e-filers, this change will reduce the need to split large documents filed electronically in CM/ECF, such as exhibits, into two or more smaller PDF documents. It also means that some e-filed documents could take longer to view/download when accessing them from e-mail Notices of Electronic Filing (NEFs), or when using PACER. The complete announcement regarding this change is available on the court's public website at: http://www.mnd.uscourts.gov/Press_Releases/2009-01Notice-Of-Filesize-Increase.pdf

For assistance with PDF documents or other questions, please contact the court's ECF HelpDesk at 1-866-325-4975 or 612-664-5155 or by e-mail at: ecfhelpdesk@mnd.uscourts.gov .

AND THAT IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTRONIC FILINGS MUST BE MANDATED RE:

62CV09-1163


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