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  • D.A.: Deputy solicited sex from female motorist in front of witness

    Two days after a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy allegedly kidnapped and raped a female motorist, he solicited sex from a second female driver in front of a witness, prosecutors said Wednesday. Jose Rigaberto Sanchez, 28, is charged with 11...
  • Judge throws out embezzlement counts in Coliseum corruption case

    Judge throws out embezzlement counts in Coliseum corruption case
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has thrown out several embezzlement counts against three defendants in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum corruption case but ruled they must stand trial on related charges of bribery and conspiracy. Judge...
  • Man gets 2 years in prison for school lunch bribery case

    The former food services director for Lawndale Elementary School District has been sentenced to two years in prison for accepting at least $10,000 in bribes from a school lunch pizza vendor. Arturo Macias Nuno, 32, was found guilty earlier this month of...
  • Maverick investor faces legal pressure

    Maverick investor faces legal pressure
    Two decades ago, he was one of three young traders who made $27 million in 22 days trading the stock of a bankrupt company on the Chicago Stock Exchange, becoming known as one of "the bad boys of arbitrage." Assessing that deal, a federal appeals...
  • Robert B. Reich: What we haven't learned about Wall Street over the past five years

    While attention is focused on Syria, the gambling addiction of Wall Street's biggest banks is more dangerous than ever. Five years ago this month, Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, and the Street hurtled toward the worst financial crisis in 80 years. Yet...
  • Swift Justice: Chapter 13, cross-country claims and property titles

    Dear Jackie, I am in month 22 of a 60 month payment plan in Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I would like to know if the bankruptcy court can re-evaluate my income, assets, etc., at any time during the plan and adjust to higher (or lower) monthly payments. Also,...
  • Force-placed insurance, an unnecessary burden for strapped mortgage borrowers

    As if homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments don't have enough woe, it now appears that some are being gouged by insurance policies their loan servicers are taking out on their homes -- and obligating them to pay for. These...
  • The most common financial complaints -- and how to avoid them

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is the newest federal regulatory agency. Its mission is to rein in abuses by the financial industry. Over the summer, it announced a refund of $140 million to 2 million Capital One customers who, it determined, had...
  • Enjoying Europe on a big-bus tour

    In my early days, I earned my plane ticket to Europe by working as an escort for a bus tour company. On one tour, I was paired with German guide Monica, a hardened, chain-smoking woman in her 50s who plotted potty breaks as if on a military campaign....
  • Judge dismisses some charges in Coliseum case

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Friday threw out several embezzlement counts against three defendants in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum corruption case, but ruled they must stand trial on related charges of bribery and conspiracy....
  • Detroit's decline

    Since the Motown sound went silent -- except on oldies stations -- and General Motors and Chrysler (but not Ford) required life support from Washington, there has been little to recommend Detroit, Mich., to visitors, much less its residents. The recent...