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The Labor Commissioner brought the case to the San Diego District Attorney.
However, Lynch said he would talk with the club if it called despite a letter this year from San Diego district attorney Casey Gwinn threatening legal action against anyone who discussed moving the Chargers.
San Diego District Attorney Paul Pfingst said Williams will face two murder charges.
BASEBALL: New York Yankees pitcher David Wells will not face charges in connection with a fight that left two other men injured, a San Diego district attorney said.
In addition, Congressmen Brian Bilbray, Darrell Issa and Duncan Hunter, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, State legislators Mark Wyland, Geopre Plescia, Lori Saldana, Joel Anderson and Dennis Hollingsworth, County Supervisors Pam Slater-Price and Bill Horn, Escondido Mayor Lori Holt Pfeiler, and the San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis have all pledged their support and participation in this event.
The state Attorney General's Office is handling the case because Connolly was once a law partner of San Diego District Attorney Paul Pflingst's wife, Constance Shaner.
The attorneys general of Oregon and Washington are also participating in the settlement, along with the San Diego District Attorney and the market oversight division of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).