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BREAKING NEWS: New Development in Matter of Ryan Clifford v. UC Davis / Judge Dan Maguire of Yolo County Superior Court : University of California Employee Fran Maguire

The Leslie Brodie Report (TLR) is carefully following a developing story relating to Yolo County Superior Court Judge Daniel Maguire in connection with the matter of Ryan Clifford v. UC Davis.

Specifically, circumstances surrounding Mrs. Fran Maguire  —  Judge Maguire’s spouse and an employee of the University of California  — are being looked upon with interest.

It is unknown as of yet whether Judge Maguire informed the parties of his spouse’s association with the UC System or whether he was under any legal obligation to make such a disclosure.

The civil inquiry, conducted by Yolo County’s YR, also examines any potential social and familiar connections — however farfetched — that may exist between Mrs. Maguire — a native of Sacramento  and presumed for now to be of Pinoy background, Ruthe Ashley, and Tani Cantil.

TLR is gathering and analyzing data, and will post update as they become available.

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