Judge lets an additional lawyer represent Honolulu couple

  • In this May 22, 2019, file photo, former Honolulu deputy city prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, left, and her husband, ex-police chief Louis Kealoha, right, walk into federal court in Honolulu. In the midst of Hawaii's largest corruption trial, a judge is allowing an additional attorney to represent a former Honolulu prosecutor accused of using her police chief husband's job to frame her uncle. (AP Photo/Caleb Jones, File)

HONOLULU — Soon after a Honolulu prosecutor and her police chief husband were indicted and accused of a fraud scheme that funded their lavish lifestyle, they told a judge they couldn’t pay for lawyers to represent them.