More legal problems for the Washoe School District. The State Attorney General’s office has filed six counts each against the trustees involved in the Pedro Martinez lawsuit. The suit alleges that the trustees made six different violations to the State Open Meeting Law, and that they should pay 500 dollars for each violation. The attorney for the school district says once the fines are paid, the charges will be dropped. He says each trustee has agreed to pay 15-hundred dollars in fines from their own pockets.