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Stanislaus County and the District Attorney’s Office continue to investigate former Mayor Carmen Sabatino.
The former Mayor has been deposed as part of a lawsuit, Frank C Carson, plaintiff versus County of Stanislaus and defendant Steve Jacobson.
In a motion filed April 1, 2015 Taylor w. Rhoan, from the law firm of Porter Scott of Sacramento, who represent Stanislaus County in this matter, demanded that Carmen Sabatino be further deposed.
The hearing before Judge William a Mayhew is scheduled for April 29, 2014 at 8:30 AM in Department 21.
In the motion, the County and Jacobson ask for monetary and non-monetary sanctions for abuse of the discovery procedures.
The County seeks sanctions of $8252.50 for attorney’s fees and costs. It would not have, but for plaintiff his counsel’s and Carmen Sabatino’s interference in the discovery process.
The defendant seek nonmonetary, sanctions in the form of precluding plaintiff from calling Carmen Sabatino, or AJ Pontillo in his case in chief, nor from cross examining these witnesses for any purpose should defendants compose them or call them at trial.
The mayor stated, “I’m not a lawyer, but I think the County wants money and want to prevent me from being called as a witness unless they call me as a witness.
In which case, Carson’s attorney would not be allowed cross examination.
Yvonne Johnson was the mayor of Greensboro, North Carolina from 2007 until 2009. She was previously a member of the Greensboro City Councilfor 14 years, beginning in 1993 and Mayor Pro-Tem for 6 years. Johnson was the first African-American to serve as Greensboro's mayor.[
Johnson lost her reelection bid in 2009 to Republican political newcomer Bill Knight. As of 2011, she is running for an at-large city council seat, having garnered the most votes of any candidate in the October, 2011 city primary. In the November, 2011 election, Johnson won the majority of the at-large vote, reclaiming her city council position of Mayor Pro-Tem.
She is married to Walter Johnson who is an attorney, they have four children. In February 2010 the Greensboro Economic Development Alliance(GEDA) awarded her with the Stanley Frank Lifetime Achievement Award. She is the Executive Director of One Step Further, a non-profit United WayAgency in Greensboro that provides mediation and court alternative programs to Greensboro's youth. Yvonne, serves on the board of directors for Malachi House and was the Women's Resource Center's first president. She has also served on boards for Greensboro Housing Coalition, Foster Friends, Sports Dreams and the Greensboro Art's Council.
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