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TO: Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea From:
Court Enbanc.etal,Media_ Quo Warranto Relator Sharon Anderson aka Peterson_Chergosky_Scarrella tel: 651-776-5835

A writ of quo warranto is not a petition, but a notice of demand, issued by a demandant, to a respondant claiming some delegated power, and filed with a ... - Cached - Similar

Legal Opinions Quo Warranto Filing A Quo Warranto Procedures for filing quo warranto applications and actions are governed by the

Code of Civil Procedure, sections 803-811 California Code of Regulations, title 11, sections 1-11

A quo warranto action is filed typically to remove a person from public office. The Attorney General must approve all quo warranto actions filed by private individuals. This protects public officers from frivolous lawsuits. Nature of Remedy.

A quo warranto action may be brought against any person who usurps, intrudes into, or unlawfully holds or exercises any public office or franchise.

A quo warranto action may also be brought against any corporation, either de jure or de facto, which usurps, intrudes into, or unlawfully holds or exercises any franchise within California.

The Opinion Unit reviews the written pleadings filed by the parties and issues an opinion either granting or denying the application to sue. If approval is given, the lawsuit is maintained under the direction of the Attorney General.

The prerogative writ of quo warranto has been suppressed at the federal level in the United States, and deprecated at the state level, but remains a right under the Ninth Amendment, which was understood and presumed by the Founders, and which affords the only judicial remedy for violations of the Constitution by public officials and agents. Here are a few writings on the subject. Revival of the writs must be combined with reviving standing for private prosecution of public rights, subverted by the "cases and controversies" doctrine and the decision in Frothingham v. Mellon, 262 U.S. 447 (1923), which is discussed in an article by Steve Winter, The Metaphor of Standing and the Problem of Self-Governance.

Quo warranto is intended to prevent a continuing exercise of an authority unlawfully asserted, and is not appropriate for moot or abstract questions. Where the alleged usurpation has terminated, quo warranto will be denied. (People v. City of Whittier (1933) 133 Cal.App. 316, 324; 25 Ops.Cal.Atty.Gen. 223 (1955).) By the same token, because quo warranto serves to end a continuous usurpation, no statute of limitations applies to the action. (People v. Bailey (1916) 30 Cal.App. 581, 584-585.)

Minnesota Judicial Center Phone: (651) 297-7650

Lorie skjerven gildea B.A. Degree, with distinction University of Minnesota Morris, 1983 J.D. Degree, magna cum laude, order of the coif Georgetown University Law Center, 1986

Appointed as Chief Justice on May 13, 2010. Term expires Jan. 2013. Appointed as Associated Justice on January 11, 2006





State of Minnesota by and thro DFL_AG Lori Swanson, SharonAndersonSharon Anderson, Title 31 Relator ECF P165913 Pacer sa1299

Candidate R_AG_10Aug2010 Primary to be filled 2Nov2010,John Doe,Mary Roe,all others similarily situated,to join with Dr. Orley Tazit,13+ AG's to repeal Obama Care HR3590 Voters,Taxpayers, AttorneyProSe_Private AG_QuiTam Relators


Kathleen Sebelius Sec.HHH,MN. Sec.State Mark Ritchie,Tom Hanson Finances,Ward Einess Revenue,Michael Campanion DPS,Dr.Sanne Magnam Health,,All Licensed Lawyers_Judges,specifically Kathleen Gearin,Joanne Smith,Gregg Johnson,salvador rosas,John Vandenorth,Edward Toussaint, Ret. Lawrence Cohen,John Doe,Mary Roe, all others similarily situated:

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MEMORANDUMN Affidavit of Sharon Anderson aka In re: Scarrella for Associate Justice NW2d221page 562, the denial of the Elective Franchise of the tax supported Employment of Judge denied to all non-lawyer citizenry mandates Affidavit of Prejudices against all Judges to insure Access to the Seats of Government Accountability, Fair, Impartial Trials, with Constitutional Challenges of the Election and MS117 Eminent Domain Laws. Sharon brings these matters to the Supreme Court via MS2.724 Chief Justice has full Supervisory, Fidicuary Control of the Courts,Lawyers Judicial Branch Sharon mandates this to be a Test Case ISSUES: ELECTION_EMINENT DOMAIN ELECTRONIC FILINGS HEALTH_CARE _IMMIGRATION_ Republican Candidate for State Attorney General RELIEF SOUGHT This action is brought pursuant to jurisdictional authority stated in Minnesota Statutes ß2.724 Chief Justice.

COUNT I MN Const. Art.III Separation Powers

The Petitioner, requests Quo Warranto be heard, restraining from the Ballot all Lawyer_Judges that do not list their Residence,lawyers license and contact for Public Peview, or have a certified copy of exemption on fle with Sec. State's Office. The Public has the Right to know who they are voting for even unopposed>

a. Affiant Sharon Anderson challenge's the Affidavit of Candidacy is defective on 2 Counts a. All Judges and Co. Attorneys "Licensed" "Learned in Law" never defined to mean Lawyer, contrary to MN Constitution Art. III Separation of Powers: County Attorneys Executive Branch,Judges Judicial Branch. B. Auditor,AttorneyGeneral ,SecState are leftVote sharonmn ag_10aug10 SharonAndersonFiles MN AttorneyGeneralVote sharonmn ag_10aug10 1 month ago, 133 views Edit out on the Affidavit of Candidacy? Techinally any/all Affidavits are Null and Void in the 2010 Elections. SharonAndersonFiles MN A… 2 months ago, 260 views Edit


Over 20 years Sharon has accused apparent Judge Kathleen Gearin with Theft by Swindle over $120 thousand from Sharons HS at 1058 Summit Ave. St.Paul,MN, triggering the Murder of Cpl Jim Anderson who spent 1 year at Brainard State Hospital, Wrongful Death of Tenants in Common of Bill and Bernice A. Peterson Equity Skimming, Heinous violations

Since most RICO complaints allege underlying acts of mail, wire, or securities fraud, which must be pleaded with particularity under Fed. R. Civ. P. 9(b), the complaint may be lengthy and complex.

The Third Branch Sharon in Good Faith Must trigger this Legal Notice before the Primary10Aug10


When Judges are involved in Theft by Swindle, Covert Coverup of Bank,Wire Fraud via Unpublished Opinions they must be indicted for their Ponzi Schemes 4 their Pecuniary Gain. acting in concort with Manatron Software POA online in the event of DEATH


Sharon s opposed to this Heinous Wrongs against Women, apparantly introduced now by President Obama. Further MN Courts are Cluttered with Hoarding Paper contrary to

CASE NAME: State of Minnesota ex rel. Speaker of House of Representatives Hon. Steve Sviggum, et al., petitioners, Appellants, vs. Tom Hanson in his official capacity as Commissioner of Finance or his successor, et al., Respondents. Read the opinion in this case at A06-840 CITATION: 732 N.W.2d 312 (Minn. Ct. App. 2007)

  • Do individual legislators as members of the Minnesota State Legislature have standing to bring an action to the court to challenge the executive branch of government for misappropriation of state funds in violation of the Minnesota Constitution and/or Minnesota Statutes? The District Court concluded that, at a minimum, state legislators had standing as citizen taxpayers to assert claims of misappropriation of state funds. Apposite Cases: Coleman v. Miller, 307 U.S. 433 (1932) Raines v Byrd, 521 U.S. 811 (1997) Conant v Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, LLP, 603 N.W.2d 143 (Minn. Ct. App. 1999) Dolak v State Admin Bd, 441 Mich. 547,495 NW2d 539 (1993) Rukavian v Pawlenty, 684 N.W.2d 525 (Minn.. Ct. App. 2004) Silver v Pataki, 96 N.Y.2d. 532, 755 N.E.2d 842, 730 N.Y.S.2d 482,2001 Slip Op. 06138 (N.y. July 10, 2001).
  • Whether the writ of quo warranto is an appropriate procedure to require the Minnesota Commissioner of Finance to show by what authority that office could disburse funds without an appropriation by law? The District Court declined to issue a writ of quo warranto concluding it an improper procedure to contest past conduct of the Commissioner of Finance. Apposite Cases: Clayton v Kiffmeyer, 688 N.W.2d 117 (Minn. 2004) Fletcher v Commonwealth of Kentucky, 163 S.W.3d 852 (Ky. May 19,2005) Jasper v Comm'r of Pub. Safety, 642 N.W.2d 435 (Minn. 2002) Kahn v Griffin, 701 N.W.2d 815 (Minn. 2005) Rice v. Connolly, 488 N.W.2d 241 (Minn. 1992) State ex rel Mattson v. Kiedrowski, 391 N.W.2d 777 (Minn. 1986) State v. ex rel Palmer v Perpich, 182 N.W.2d 182 (1971) State ex rel Danielson v. Village of Mound, 48 N.W.2d 855 (1951) Weinstein v. Bradford, 423 U.S. 147 (1975)
  • Did the Commissioner of Finance disburse state funds without an appropriation by law in contravention of Articles III, IV, and XI of the Minnesota Constitution? The District Court did not address this issue. Apposite Cases: Cinncinnati Soap Co v United States, 301 U.S. 308 (1937) Office of Personnel Management v Richmond, 496 U.S. 414 (1990) In re Matter of Application of the Senate, 10 Minn. 78 (Minn 1865) Izaak Walton League of America Endowment, Inc. v State Dep't of Natural Res., 252 N.W.2d 852 (Minn. 1977) St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce v Marzitelli, 258 N.W.2d 585 (Minn. 1977) State ex re Gardner v Holm, 62 N.W.2d 52 (Minn. 1954) Rice v Connolly, 488 N.W.2d 241 (Minn. 1992) Rukavina v Pawlenty, 684 N W.2d 525 (Minn. Ct. App. 2004)
  • Are the Appellants entitled to attorney fees and costs in responding to the Commissioner's motion for sanctions? The District Court denied the motion for attorney fees and costs. Apposite Cases: Kirk Capital Corporation v Bailey, 16 F. 3d 1485,28 Fed. R. Serv.3d 88 (8th Cir. 1994) Gibson v. Coldwell Banker Burnet, 659 N.W.2d 782 (Minn. Ct App 2003) Wagner v Minneapolis Public Schools, 581 N W.2d 49 (Minn. Ct. App. 1998)
  • Is Appellants' Petition for a writ of quo warranto a proper procedure by which to challenge the purely past conduct of a State public official that is not continuing? The district court held in the negative. Most apposite authorities: Rice v. Connolly, 488 N.W.2d 241 (Minn. 1992) State ex rel. Mattson v. Kiedrowski, 391 N.W.2d 777 (Minn. 1986) State ex rel. Grozbach v. Common Sch. Dist. 65, 54 N.W.2d 130 (Minn. 1952) Lommen v. Gravlin, 295 N.W. 654 (Minn. 1941)
  • Does Appellant's Petition requesting an advisory legal opinion regarding a purely hypothetical future set of facts present a ripe case or controversy? The district court held in the negative. Most apposite authorities: Kennedy v. Carlson, 544 N.W.2d I (Minn. 1996) St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce v. Marzitelli, 258 N.W.2d 585 (Minn. 1977) Izaak Walton League of America Endorsement, Inc. v. State Dept. of Nat. Res., 252 N.W.2d 852 (Minn. 1977)
  • Do conclusion of proceedings in the district court temporary shutdown proceeding and legislative ratification of actions taken there under render Appellant's Petition moot? The district court held in the affirmative. Most apposite authorities: Kahn v. Griffin, 701 N.W.2d 815 (Minn. 2005) In re Schmidt, 443 N.W.2d 824 (Minn. 1989) Chaney v. Minneapolis Cmty. Dev. Agency, 641 N.W.2d 328 (Minn. Ct. App. 2002), rev. denied (Minn. May 28, 2002)
  • Does the doctrine of laches preclude Appellants from challenging the district court's approval of the expenditures at issue when Appellants refused to participate in, or object to, the district court's proceeding and then subsequently ratified the very expenditures they now challenge? The district court held in the affirmative. Most apposite authorities: Apple Valley Square v. City of Apple Valley, 472 N.W.2d 681 (Minn. Ct. App. 1981) Fetch v. Holm, 52 N.W.2d 113 (Minn. 1952) Aronovich v. Levy, 56 N.W.2d 570 (Minn. 1953)
  • Do Appellants have standing to as individual members of the Legislature, or as taxpayers, to challenge the expenditures which they expressly ratified. The district court held that Appellants had standing in their capacity as taxpayers and did not decide whether Appellants had standing as legislators. Most apposite authorities: McKee v. Likins, 261 N.W.2d 566 (Minn. 1977) Rukavina v. Pawlenty, 684 N.W.2d 525 (Minn. Ct. App. 2004) Conant v. Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, LLP, 603 N.W.2d 143 (Minn. Ct. App. 1999).
  • Does Minn. Const. art. XI, § 1 override judicial authority and responsibility to order State spending where such expenditures are required to maintain critical government functions? The district court held in the negative. Most apposite authorities: Coalition for Basic Human Needs v. King, 654 F.2d 838 (1st Cir. 1981) Mattson v. Kiedroenski, 391 N.W.2d 777 (Minn. 1986) Sharood v. Hatfield, 210 N.W.2d 275 (Minn. 1973) Fletcher v. Commonwealth of Ky., 163 S.W.3d 852 (Ky. 2005)
  • Did the district court abuse its discretion in denying Appellants' sanctions motion based on Respondents' premature filing of their own sanctions motion? The district court by definition held in the negative. Most apposite authorities: Olson v. Babler, No. A05:, 395, 2006 WL 851798 (Minn. Ct. App. 2006) Gibson v. Coldwell Banker Burnett, 659 N.W.2d 782 (Minn. Ct. App. 2003) Burnett, 659 N.W.2d 782 (Minn. Ct. App. 2003) Muhammad v. State, Nos. Civ. A-99-3742/99-2694, 2000 WL 1876 (E.D. La. 2000).

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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Get Your Hands Out Of My Pockets-Don Derby

State Budget Treading Water

State Budget Treading Water

Monday, July 19, 2010


Are the Ruling Class of "Licensed Lawyers" Salarys in the MN Budget,re: 87 Co. Attorneys,cityattorneys,State AG's Breaking the MN Budget.? VOTE SHARON ANDERSON 4MNAG TO DOWNSIZE GOVERNMENT

Ramsey County's Sheriff's Office Sharons update re: 62cv09-1163(VAndenorth) 62cv10-112(Lindman) RICO Complaints of Tax/Election,Bank,Fraud, Sharons online Banking at Property 697 Surrey,St.Paul,MN re: Mark Oswald,Laua Manning,Chris Samuel acting in concort with

Picture of the sheriff

Sheriff Bob Fletcher Law Enforcement Center 425 Grove Street St. Paul, MN 55101

Welcome to the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department web site.

From: To:,, Sent: 7/19/2010 12:50:12 P.M. Central Daylight Time Subj: Public employee salaries in the Twin Cities and M
To the above named: Sharon is appalled that State AG's apparantly make less than Co. Attorneys, specifically Ramsey Co.
Further: current DFL AG Lori Swanson: Bizzare: Sharon the Educator to Save Money must Teach Legal Access to the Courts, Pro Se, Saving the Taxpayers/Voters Money.
Most important issue:I will continue to be a strong advocate for ordinary citizens. Special interests hire armies of lawyers and lobbyists to represent them, while people of more modest means often face a stacked deck when treated unfairly.

Salary home State of Minnesota Research via Mpls Strib

Sharon Candidate 4 MNAG using Strib 2007 Salary Research must inform the Public of City,County,State Attorneys Salarys on the Backs of the Poor
not listed is the Judiciary re: MINNESOTA JUDICIAL REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY: Our Minnesota "Justice" System and the Gildea Article: via @addthis
twitted by Don Mashak, transferred to DFL LoriSwanson's Published :
He might be head of state, but the governor is not Minnesota's highest paid government employee. A state law caps local government pay at about $145,000, or 10 percent higher than the governor, while some jobs (and all U positions), are exempt from the cap.

Tubby Smith Head Coach University of Minnesota $1,009,616

Robert Bruininks President University of Minnesota $423,000

Janis Amatuzio Medical Examiner Anoka County $196,154

Richard Johnson County Administrator Hennepin County $159,033

Lee Ehmke Director Minnesota Zoo $155,792

Susan Gaertner County Attorney Ramsey County $137,730

John Harrington Chief Of Police City of St. Paul $126,926

Tim Pawlenty Governor State of Minnesota $119,850

OrganizationEmployeesPercent full timeMedian base payOvertime payPercent overtime payTotal pay State of Minnesota3286184.747,19537,086,7002.41,539,340,032 Anoka County248968.344,9042,399,9602.499,847,200 Carver County86869.945,739823,2582.434,005,800 Dakota County196579.452,9851,024,9001.194,870,800 Hennepin County974671.852,2666,520,4501.6409,056,000 Ramsey County435777.850,5984,338,4102.2199,270,000 Washington County145587.244,4911,173,3402.156,001,700 City of Minneapolis717168.145,02410,153,0003.8266,744,992 City of St. Paul475164.244,308180,458,000 Metropolitan Council352387.348,256183,124,992 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities1704685.548,9195,641,5300.61,021,820,032 University of Minnesota-Crookston25581.639,60368,6210.611,011,800 University of Minnesota-Duluth154081.047,382346,5900.481,370,096 University of Minnesota-Morris42679.142,70225,5000.118,573,600 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities1916464.148,37816,991,0002.0850,788,992

About the data

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.

Attorney General

Median base payOvertime pay% Overtime payTotal pay
State of Minnesota47,19537,086,7002.41,539,340,032
Attorney General57,78258,7810.319,775,400
NameSalary yearJob titleYear hiredBase payOvertime payOther payTotal pay
Daniel Lavi Abelson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200770,4240070,424
Hollice Allen2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)199985,1280085,128
Steven H Alpert2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000101,11700101,117
Anita M Anderson2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200770,7370070,737
Julia E Anderson2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Kristyn M Anderson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200060,4450060,445
Karen Beth Andrews2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200730,3160030,316
Alison Archer2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200755,1730055,173
James P Barone2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200790,9500090,950
Angela M Behrens2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200749,11703,88152,998
Brian M Bergson2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200783,0550083,055
Jeffrey S Bilcik2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000102,43700102,437
Ann K Bloodhart2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Nathan A Brennaman2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200725,0000025,000
Beverly A Bryant2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199982,8690082,869
Marcus D Campbell2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200731,9800031,980
James W Canaday2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200800
Martin Avery Carlson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200471,6670071,667
Noah Cashman2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000100,14700100,147
Martha J Casserly2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199996,5040096,504
Manuel J Cervantes2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200696,8290096,829
Margaret Chutich2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199963,8160063,816
Christian J Clapp2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200726,6560026,656
Jeanne Cochran2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200578,8990078,899
Ann E Cohen2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199998,1880098,188
Beverly Conerton2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000101,57100101,571
Richard P Cool2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999103,19800103,198
Gary R Cunningham2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1998103,75700103,757
Susan E Damon2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200793,2020093,202
Rita R Coyle DeMeules2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2006100,29300100,293
Marsha E Devine2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199879,7260079,726
Brian Andrew Dillon2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200769,7460069,746
Ian M Dobson2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200733,7980033,798
James B Early2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199594,3830094,383
Melissa J Eberhart2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200062,9360062,936
Joan M Eichhorst2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200577,6670077,667
Christie B Eller2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005107,13300107,133
Ryan Craig Ellis2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200800
Gail A Feichtinger2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200740,0530040,053
Benjamin J Feist2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200721,1130021,113
Charles V Ferguson2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200285,1280085,128
Richard L Finch2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)199982,7710082,771
Paige M Fitzgerald2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200573,9570073,957
Rory H Foley2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199784,3020084,302
Matthew G Frank2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007103,93900103,939
Tibor M Gallo2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)198988,8060088,806
John B Galus2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)197998,1540098,154
John S Garry2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999103,08000103,080
Jonathan Geffen2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200775,2950075,295
Gabriel R Gervey2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200730,1200030,120
Alan I Gilbert2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)1995115,56500115,565
Ronald M Giteck2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200187,5600087,560
Daniel Stuart Goldberg2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200698,0010098,001
Emerald A Gratz2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200661,1620061,162
Theresa Meinholz Gray2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200062,9270062,927
Douglas Jerome Gregor2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199097,2150097,215
Barry R Greller2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200492,7890092,789
Tamar N Gronvall2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)200794,0870094,087
John Gross2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200720,4030020,403
Steven M Gunn2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005113,08300113,083
Kyle R Gustafson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200767,0260067,026
James Eric Haase2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200575,6650075,665
Karen A Finstad Hammel2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200085,1430085,143
Mary Ann L Hammer2007M1 (Attorney General's Office)200358,8940058,894
Shannon M Harmon2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200752,9770052,977
Jeffrey J Harrington2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200800
Nathan Webster Hart2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200594,1430094,143
Nathan James Hartshorn2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200765,4660065,466
Jennifer J. Hasbargen2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200746,5970046,597
Cara M Hawkinson2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200658,4410058,441
Leah M Hedman2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200658,1610058,161
Darryl J Henchen2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200666,9260066,926
Carla J Heyl2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007105,95800105,958
Gregory P Huwe2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999106,05700106,057
David P Iverson2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2002100,68200100,682
Margaret E Jacot2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200751,978031752,295
Cynthia B Jahnke2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200561,6320061,632
Anna E Jenks2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200746,0790046,079
Gina D Jensen2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200560,6300060,630
Linda S Jensen2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2000100,39100100,391
Bernard E Johnson2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200786,4850086,485
Erik M Johnson2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200683,8760083,876
Gunnar B Johnson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200161,5790061,579
Nancy J Joyer2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200076,3730076,373
Samantha K Juneau2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200680,0900080,090
Christopher Michael Kaisershot2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200383,4340083,434
Kelly S Kemp2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007105,89300105,893
Paul R Kempainen2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200093,8120093,812
Angela Helseth Kiese2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2002100,33000100,330
Wm F Klumpp2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005111,99100111,991
P Kenneth Kohnstamm2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005108,77700108,777
David J Koob2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200678,3620078,362
Peter John Krieser2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200092,7050092,705
William Kuretsky2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1990104,02600104,026
Steven P LaPierre2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200568,4920068,492
Amy R Lawler2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)20075,070005,070
Jeffrey F Lebowski2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Julie Leppink2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2002100,39100100,391
Mark B Levinger2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2003103,63400103,634
Francis C Ling2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Leanne G Litfin2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199887,3620087,362
Daphne A Lundstrom2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200736,0970036,097
Peter Magnuson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200584,8890084,889
Audrey K Manka2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199881,1100081,110
Peter R Marker2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Blaine Anthony Markuson2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200315,2870015,287
Stephen B Masten2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999101,13400101,134
Tricia L Matzek2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200653,4700053,470
Elizabeth McAfee2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)200674,4770074,477
Sarah A McGee2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200750,8630050,863
Mary Rebekkah McKinley2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200767,5410067,541
Valerie Michelle Means2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200591,0680091,068
David W Merchant2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999102,52700102,527
Kimberly Jean Middendorf2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200768,3470068,347
Kelly O'Neill Moller2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200761,8600061,860
Donald J Mueting2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005106,72500106,725
Jon K Murphy2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1972101,13400101,134
Tiernee Marie Murphy2007M3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200774,0730074,073
Willow Najjar2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200764,4530064,453
Carmen Lynn Netten2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)199959,8890059,889
Thomas M O'Hern2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199885,9750085,975
Kristen Marie Olsen2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2007105,80000105,800
Jocelyn F Olson2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1975104,94000104,940
Karen Diane Olson2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)200760,8940060,894
Thomas K Overton2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199896,7410096,741
Michele M Owen2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199997,3530097,353
Jessica Ann Palmer-Denig2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200795,3420095,342
Kimberly Ross Parker2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200459,8930059,893
Deborah R Peterson2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2006106,72500106,725
David L Phillips2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199888,1990088,199
Terence R Pohlkamp2007M2 (Attorney General's Office)199684,2850084,285
Lawrence W Pry2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200582,5300082,530
Kenneth E Raschke2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999104,71000104,710
Robert B Roche2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200482,8510082,851
Charles O Roehrdanz2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200759,5970059,597
Gregory J Schaefer2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200576,1460076,146
Eric Peter Schieferdecker2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200578,4860078,486
Jill Donna Schlick2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200377,2140077,214
Patrick Arthur Shrake2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200633,3810033,381
Michael A Sindt2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199887,6430087,643
Elizabeth L Snyder2007M1 (Attorney General's Office)200658,8940058,894
Patricia A Sonnenberg2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)1999103,33800103,338
Rebecca Spartz2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)1996106,73000106,730
William T Stamets2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200721,1130021,113
Erika Sue Schneller Sullivan2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200777,2300077,230
Lori R Swanson2007Attorney General2007113,95100113,951
Jeffery S Thompson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200083,8260083,826
Michael J Tostengard2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200298,6860098,686
Andrew J Tourville2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)199884,8130084,813
Binh Thanh Tuong2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200337,7270037,727
Richard L Varco2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2007106,72500106,725
Thomas C Vasaly2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200299,3040099,304
David S Voigt2007M3 (Attorney General's Office)2005113,32100113,321
Robin Christopher Vue-Benson2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200763,5930063,593
Joel A Watne2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)198099,6990099,699
Patrick D Whiting2007S1 (Attorney General's Office)200754,5520054,552
Alan C Williams2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)199595,4860095,486
Barbara Ellen Berg Windels2007S2 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200748,0880048,088
Kathleen Winters2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)2005100,15700100,157
Kathryn M Woodruff2007S3 (Attorney General's Office) (Part-time)200578,8080078,808
Alfred Zdrazil2007S3 (Attorney General's Office)200750,9180050,918
Kari Valley Zipko2007S2 (Attorney General's Office)200769,6730069,673

County Attorney

Median base payOvertime pay% Overtime payTotal pay
Ramsey County50,5984,338,4102.2199,270,000
County Attorney49,78981,5070.517,870,600
NameSalary yearJob titleYear hiredBase payOvertime payOther payTotal pay
Elaine Ashbaugh2007Asst County Attorney 4115,1910115,191
Charles M Balck2007Asst Div Dir-Co Atty - Uncl122,9620122,962
Janice K Barker2007Asst County Attorney 3104,6680104,668
Kim E Bingham2007Asst County Attorney 3112,5430112,543
Philip C Carruthers2007Division Dirctr-Co Atty - Uncl128,0010128,001
Gary A Davis2007Asst County Attorney 4117,2640117,264
Linda Derks2007Asst Div Dir-Co Atty - Uncl117,7140117,714
Carl D Dietz2007Asst County Attorney 3112,5430112,543
Richard J Diffatte2007Asst County Attorney 3100,4490100,449
Melinda S Elledge2007Asst County Attorney 3112,3280112,328
Esther S Feldman2007Dir of Admin-Cty Atty - Uncl91,869091,869
John T Freeman2007Asst County Attorney 3109,7070109,707
Susan E Gaertner2007County Attorney - Uncl137,7300137,730
Daniel J Hollihan2007Asst County Attorney 3112,1160112,116
Susan J Hudson2007Asst County Attorney 3104,6680104,668
Denise G Kapler2007Risk Management Director (Part-time)20070
James R Konen2007Asst County Attorney 42004117,2640117,264
Karen K Kushner2007Asst County Attorney 3111,6850111,685
Eric L Leonard2007Asst County Attorney 3100,3710100,371
Darwin J Lookingbill2007Division Dirctr-Co Atty - Uncl127,7630127,763
Mark N Lystig2007Asst County Attorney 4109,9040109,904
David F Macmillan2007Asst County Attorney 3112,3320112,332
Stephen P McLaughlin2007Asst County Attorney 32007103,6670103,667
David E Miller2007Asst County Attorney 3112,0500112,050
Steven R Pfaffe2007Asst County Attorney 32006109,9100109,910
Robert A Plesha2007Asst County Attorney 4116,3820116,382
Ann E Ploetz2007Asst County Attorney 4109,9040109,904
Mark J Ponsolle2007Division Dirctr-Co Atty - Uncl2005127,7630127,763
John A Rhodes2007First Asst County Atty - Uncl2004133,3170133,317
Kathryn A Richtman2007Asst Div Dir-Co Atty - Uncl122,9620122,962
Clayton M Robinson2007Asst Div Dir-Co Atty - Uncl122,9170122,917
Bennett C Rosene2007Asst Div Dir-Co Atty - Uncl105,4700105,470
Melissa Rossow2007Asst Div Dir-Co Atty - Uncl200587,051087,051
Jeanne L Schleh2007Asst County Attorney 4117,7170117,717
Jeffrey G Stephenson2007Asst County Attorney 4104,2450104,245
Dianne A Ward2007Asst Div Dir-Co Atty - Uncl (Part-time)200138,333038,333

City Attorney

Median base payOvertime pay% Overtime payTotal pay
City of St. Paul44,308180,458,000
City Attorney63,3354,685,760
NameSalary yearJob titleYear hiredBase payOvertime payOther payTotal pay

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