Judge: Officer perjury allegations in Charleena Lyles police-shooting lawsuit ‘baseless’
SEATTLE (AP) — A King County judge has found no merit to allegations that a Seattle police officer perjured himself in testimony about last year's shooting of Charleena Lyles. The Seattle Times reports Superior Court Judge Julie Spector found on Tuesday that Seattle attorneys Karen Koehler and Edward Moore violated professional-conduct rules and ordered them to pay the city of Seattle to-be-determined reasonable fees and costs.