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  • The chief justice, the death penalty and the 'worst possible option'

     
    Keeping California's dysfunctional status quo on the death penalty is the "worst possible option," California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye told The Times' editorial board last Friday. "And for the most part in terms of structural change, that is what...
  • California's chief justice: 'Life without means life without'

     
    Does Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye oppose the death penalty? That's the way some observers on both sides of the debate took her statement in a Dec. 24 Los Angeles Times story by staff writer Maura Dolan. But no, the chief......
  • L.A. City Council District 15 recap

     
    In advance of the Jan. 17 special election runoff for the 15th City Council district, and as part of our process for endorsing a candidate, the Los Angeles Times editorial board interviewed candidates Joe Buscaino and Warren Furutani and re-familiarized.....
  • A banner month for the Golden Globes [Wednesday's Coffeebreak Quiz answer]

     
    Yesterday's Opinion L.A. Coffeebreak Quiz asked you to find street banners hung from public light poles on the public right-of-way along public streets in Los Angeles that advertise a commercial television program. The answer: The Golden Globes, or...
  • Which Villaraigosa deputy gave what to whom? [Coffeebreak quiz]

     
    We're just days away from the Jan. 17 City Council runoff in District 15. We've written in this space before about who's funding the candidates: Lots of San Pedro residents and businesses are giving to LAPD officer Joe Buscaino; lots......
  • Chief justice: 'We were forced to think differently'

     
    One of the biggest challenges for California's judicial branch has been the statewide deployment of a computerized case management system that will, it is hoped, make it quicker and easier for the public to file and find documents and quicker......
  • Chief justice: 'We've become slower, thinner, smaller'

     
    California's judicial branch weathered a cut of $350 million this year from its operations budget on top of a continuing annual $300 million cut imposed over the last several years. The state also diverted $310 million from a special fund......
  • Mayoral deputies Szabo, Frank shell out for candidates [Coffeebreak Quiz answer]

     
    Friday's Coffeebreak Quiz no doubt got you excited about Tuesday's Council District 15 runoff. The question: Which top deputy to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa donated to candidate and LAPD officer Joe Buscaino, and which contributed to candidate and state...
  • First wide-open race for D.A. since -- when? [Coffeebreak Quiz]

     
    At least six candidates, perhaps as many as eight, are running for Los Angeles County district attorney in the June 5 primary. Incumbent Steve Cooley is retiring and leaving an open seat. When was the last time that happened?...
  • Juvenile offenders and lawmakers get another chance

     
    We've said it before -- more than a dozen times. A child, even a bad one, should not be sent to prison for life without any chance at parole. It's a mark of societal fear and a lust for revenge.......
  • First open seat for D.A. since 1964 [Coffeebreak Quiz answer]

     
    It has been 48 years since the last open-seat election for district attorney. That's when Evelle J. Younger defeated Manley Bowler to succeed William B. McKesson in the 1964 race....