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  • Lincoln District Court News Recorded from Sept. 9

    Lincoln District Court News Recorded from Sept. 9
    Cases in Lincoln District Court. List includes all names of those charged who are not identified as minors. 9/9/13 Cammie L. Calder, theft by unlawful taking/disp shoplifting. 40 days probated 2 years on condition of no further offenses (KAP) and...
  • Cops: Gang conflict led to mass shooting

    Cops: Gang conflict led to mass shooting
    Bryon Champ decided to seek quick revenge last week after he was grazed in the leg in a gang-related shooting, authorities say. The convicted felon reached out to Kewane Gatewood, who for a few months had been hiding an AK-47-style rifle under his bed...
  • 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....
  • Swift Justice: Eviction, medical malpractice and DUI probation

    Dear Jackie, Could three partners all file separately against a landlord for $15,000 each on a wrongful eviction? It would be worth it if all three of us could do it because this guy took all three of us to court for protesting in front of the property....
  • Swift Justice: Contract repair in another state and public defenders

    Dear Jackie, I live in Connecticut and have a small condo in Florida. I recently had water damage in my front bedroom and foyer from a leak from the water heater in the second floor unit. The lady in the unit upstairs reported it to the management,...
  • O.J. Simpson gets another day in court

    I've been writing this legal advice column about small-claims issues for the past two years, and it has been an honor reading and responding to your questions. I've truly enjoyed delving into so many different topics and points of law. But change is...
  • Old case turns tables on advocates for the wrongly accused

     
    Over and over, I and others who take up the cause of those who may have been wrongfully convicted ask the same questions of professionals in the criminal justice system: Are you sure about this one? Have you kept an......
  • 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...
  • Judge orders halt to Palmdale's November election; city to appeal

    Judge orders halt to Palmdale's November election; city to appeal
    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge Monday ordered a halt to Palmdale's November municipal election on grounds that the city's at-large method of choosing council members violates the California Voting Rights Act. Officials of Palmdale, one of...
  • 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...
  • Plea deal reveals new details of Bucktown beating

    Plea deal reveals new details of Bucktown beating
    Three years after an Irish exchange student and her friend were beaten unconscious and robbed under a Bucktown viaduct, the woman who acted as the getaway driver has agreed to testify against the bat-wielding attacker as part of a plea deal. In exchange...