The chief legal counsel to Governor Scott Walker says she doesn’t believe a suspension of Trempealeau County District Attorney Taavi McMahon is warranted at this time.  Katie Ignatowski investigated claims by the county board of supervisors and found McMahon had not violated state laws, committing a felony while in office.  The board had asked the governor to suspend McMahon and initiate an investigation.  The Trempealeau County Executive and Finance Committee will discuss the matter at its meeting next Wednesday.  McMahon has refused to step down.