The new choose sold his aged law agency.

Rob Raschio bought Strawberry Mountain Law Computer as he transitions to his new situation in the local community as circuit court docket judge for the 24th Judicial District.

Raschio offered the business to Kati Dunn, who moved to Prairie City in November 2019 to function there as an legal professional. Prior to doing work in Grant County, Dunn worked at Metropolitan Community Defender in Portland for 20 decades.

“I feel extremely honored and fired up to be the new operator of Strawberry Mountain Legislation Computer system,” Dunn claimed. “…I would like prospective purchasers to know that our attorneys are incredibly expert and focused, and get our clients’ confidentiality and lawful troubles pretty severely. I’d like the local community to know that we are fully commited to becoming good neighbors and a trustworthy aspect of this gorgeous community.”

Raschio stated he is no for a longer period affiliated with the law company.

“You have to give it all up to choose on the community rely on,” Raschio explained. “You have to get rid of non-public interactions with companies.”

Raschio also withdrew from situations to which he was assigned as a defense attorney and signed orders to recuse himself from all those cases.

He claimed he is not ready to preside in excess of cases such as individuals he has represented in the earlier except sufficient time has passed and neither occasion has an objection to him presiding over a circumstance.

“Other than that, it’s been an intriguing knowledge obtaining began, and there’s a whole lot to master,” Raschio said. “I’m executing my best day-to-day to master six or seven new matters and make certain we’re having commenced on this new period.”

Raschio reported he has appreciated the support gained from stakeholders included in the felony justice program who are doing the job diligently with the court to make the changeover easy.

“It’s superior to place the election driving us and get the work of the courtroom going,” Raschio stated. “That’s fantastic news for everybody included.”