Pierce County Court Commissioner Craig Adams granted a last-minute request for a stay of his June 10 order that required hospital CEO Cheryl Strange to report to jail Wednesday.
Pierce County Court Commissioner Craig Adams granted a last-minute request for a stay of his June 10 order that required hospital CEO Cheryl Strange to report to jail Wednesday. PETER HALEY Staff file, 2013
Pierce County Court Commissioner Craig Adams granted a last-minute request for a stay of his June 10 order that required hospital CEO Cheryl Strange to report to jail Wednesday. PETER HALEY Staff file, 2013

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