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Orange County Superior Court

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  • Fake cop who kidnapped man and demanded sex with wife is convicted

    A Santa Ana man who posed as a police officer and threatened a man with deportation if he did not allow him to have sex with his wife was convicted Tuesday. Tariq Ibrahim Musa, 33, was found guilty in Orange County Superior Court of felony kidnapping to...
  • Fire pit burn case may be settled

    A lawsuit filed against the city of Huntington Beach by a family whose child was burned after he fell into a fire pit two years ago may have been settled, according to the Orange County Superior Court. A hearing is to take place on Aug. 26, when the...
  • Jewish groups urge that 'Irvine 11' convictions be upheld

    Three Jewish organizations have filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Irvine 11 case urging a state appellate court to uphold the students' misdemeanor convictions. The American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs and the Jewish...
  • Police say woman possessed many stolen checks and ID

    Police say woman possessed many stolen checks and ID
    A Huntington Beach woman was arrested and booked into the city jail Monday on various charges, including suspicion of burglary, fraud and possession of stolen property, according Huntington Beach Police. Krystal Rae Smith, 26, was also booked on...
  • Newport man faces felony charges

    A Newport Beach man who gave a false name to Laguna Beach police pleaded not guilty in Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach on Tuesday to three felony charges, including burglary, according to police and Orange County Superior Court records. Shahram...
  • It's A Gray Area: Politics is sports by other means

    What is your political philosophy? It is an interesting question that few people really give time to think about. With apologies to George Carlin, here's how I see the three largest political parties in our country. Republicans are like football...
  • Judge: Fire authority, rescuer can't seek restitution for rescuing hikers

    Judge: Fire authority, rescuer can't seek restitution for rescuing hikers
    The Orange County Fire Authority and a rescue worker injured trying to find a pair of missing Costa Mesa hikers are not crime victims and cannot seek restitution, a judge ruled Friday. The fire authority made a motion in Orange County Superior Court...
  • Newport woman charged with trying to run over deputy with SUV

    Newport woman charged with trying to run over deputy with SUV
    A Newport Beach woman who allegedly tried to run over an Orange County sheriff’s deputy with her SUV will face attempted murder and aggravated assault charges, prosecutors said. Authorities say Rebecca Lee McLaughlin, 48, tried to run over the...
  • It's A Gray Area: Country needs us to set it on right path

    Many things are not going well for us and our country. So where do we go from here? Well, as people sometimes say when playing bridge, let's review the bidding. For every dollar the federal government spends, it is borrowing or printing 20 cents. That...
  • Man pleads not guilty in death of motorcycle passenger

    A Huntington Beach man pleaded not guilty Monday to vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and two other charges in the death of a woman who was riding on the back of her boyfriend’s motorcycle, according to Orange County Superior Court records....
  • Palmdale ruling offers voting rights lessons to Anaheim

    Palmdale ruling offers voting rights lessons to Anaheim
    The city of Anaheim isn't affected by a recent court ruling that the city of Palmdale's at-large voting system violates the California Voting Rights Act, at least not directly. But it's a clear warning signal to the Anaheim City Council that it's...