From left, developer Jeff Burum, Mark Kirk, former chief of staff to San Bernardino County Supervisor Gary Ovitt, former assistant assessor Jim Erwin and former supervisor Paul Biane in a 2011 court appearance. (David Bauman/The Press-Enterprise)
By Imran Ghori
March 15, 2013; 05:23 PM
A Rancho Cucamonga developer accused of bribing San Bernardino County officials will essentially get a “free pass” if prosecutors are not allowed to restore charges dismissed by a lower court judge, the state Attorney General’s office argued in a brief filed with the California Supreme Court this week.
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