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In January and February 2004, a whistleblower named Stephen Heller brought to light memos from Jones Day , Diebold's attorneys, informing Diebold that they were in breach of California law by continuing to use illegal and uncertified software in California voting machines. California Attorney General Bill Lockyer filed civil and criminal suits against the company, which were dropped when Diebold settled out of court for $ million. In February 2006, Heller was charged with three felonies for this action. [36] [37] On November 20, 2006, Heller made a plea agreement to pay $10,000 to Jones Day, write an apology, and receive three years probation. [38]

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