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Steve Schleicher Interviewed for KSTP-TV Segment on Grand Jury for Police Killing of Justine Damond

January 25, 2018

Read the full article: "Grand Jury Convened in Police Killing of Justine Damond."

Steve is an experienced trial lawyer and partner in Maslon's Litigation Group as well as co-chair of Maslon's Government & Internal Investigations Group. He concentrates his work on high stakes civil litigation and products liability cases, government and internal investigations, and white-collar criminal matters. Steve has 22 years' experience as a trial lawyer in state and federal court, having spent his career as a prosecuting attorney before joining Maslon. He was a federal prosecutor for 13 years, during which he worked on several high-profile criminal cases, including RICO, fraud, and homicide matters, and he served as the Deputy Criminal Chief of the Special Prosecution Section and the St. Paul Branch Chief of the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Minnesota. Steve has also served as a JAG Corp Officer in the United States Army Reserve, an Assistant Minnesota Attorney General, and an Assistant Winona County Attorney.


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