And the case has yet to go to trial; fees are expected to increase significantly Photo Credit: City of HemetDeputy Police Chief Charles “Rob” Webb. ■ By Rusty Strait / Senior Reporter The city of Hemet has already spent more than $357,000 in legal fees defending Deputy Police Chief Charles “Rob” Webb in a wrongful death suit, and the case has not even gone to trial when fees are expected to mount even further. Although City Attorney Eric Vail has told The Valley Chronicle that the city is engaged in representing Webb because he was operating within the course and scope of his police duties four years ago when he helped
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