OPINION ISSUED FEBRUARY 27, 1989
JOHN P. BAILEY, ET AL.
BOARD OF REGENTS
J. Thomas Madden, Attorney at Law, for claimants.
Janet F. Steele, Assistant Attorney General, for respondent.
These claims were submitted for decision based upon the
the Notice of Claim
and the respondent's Answer.
Claimants seek reimbursement for services rendered as Special
Prosecuting Attorneys. Each
was appointed by the Governor to assist the Prosecuting Attorney of
Marshall County in the
prosecution of inmates as a result of the prison uprising of
through January 3, 1986.
Each claimant was owed a balance for the services rendered, but the
invoices were not
processed for payment in the proper fiscal year, so no payments
The respondent admits the validity of the claims and states that
amount alleged to be due
each of the claimants is fair and reasonable. Respondent also
that there were sufficient
funds expired in the appropriate fiscal year upon which the
could have been paid.
In view of the foregoing, the Court makes awards in the amounts
Award of $2,036.25 to John P. Bailey.
Award of $2,532.50 to Frederick E. Gardner.
Award of $5,615.00 to Robert W. Kagler.
Award of $7,599.50 to Michael E. Kelly.
Award of $12,390.00 to Jeffrey V. Kessler.
Award of $5,229.20 to J. Thomas Madden.
Award of $6,065.00 to Michael W. McGuane.