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Minnesota Supreme Court suspends Hennepin County judge without pay

The state's top court says judge Patricia Karasov was not living within her judicial district and failed to cooperate with an investigation into the matter. State law requires district judges to live within the district they serve.
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The state's top court says judge Patricia Karasov was not living within her judicial district and failed to cooperate with an investigation into the matter. State law requires district judges to live within the district they serve.

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