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October 19, 1989 | VICTOR MERINA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A convicted murderer, who was freed on a legal technicality and then filed suit against the victim's Huntington Beach widow, lost his legal battle Wednesday to proceed with the $500,000 claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert B. Lopez ruled against Eugene Clarence Hartman, 61, who was convicted in 1984 for the slaying of psychologist John T. Langlos.
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October 19, 1989 | VICTOR MERINA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A convicted murderer, who was released on a legal technicality and then filed suit against the victim's widow, lost his legal battle Wednesday to proceed with the $500,000 claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert B. Lopez ruled against Eugene Clarence Hartman, 61, who was convicted in 1984 of the slaying of psychologist John T. Langlos.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1989 | VICTOR MERINA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A convicted murderer, who was released on a legal technicality and then filed suit against the victim's widow, lost his legal battle Wednesday to proceed with the $500,000 claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert B. Lopez ruled against Eugene Clarence Hartman, 61, who was convicted in 1984 of the slaying of psychologist John T. Langlos.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1989 | VICTOR MERINA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A convicted murderer, who was freed on a legal technicality and then filed suit against the victim's Huntington Beach widow, lost his legal battle Wednesday to proceed with the $500,000 claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert B. Lopez ruled against Eugene Clarence Hartman, 61, who was convicted in 1984 for the slaying of psychologist John T. Langlos.
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August 25, 1989 | VICTOR MERINA, Times Staff Writer
Ruth Langlos has battled a reluctant bureaucracy, tangled with an unpredictable legal system and endured some bitter surprises ever since her husband's body was found in a blood-spattered Downey office in 1976. The Los Angeles County coroner's office had determined that John T. Langlos, a 52-year-old clinical psychologist, had died of a heart attack. But his widow waged a stubborn, six-year campaign to persuade authorities that, in fact, he was a murder victim.
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July 26, 1985 | MYRNA OLIVER, Times Staff Writer
Psychologist Eugene Clarence Hartman, 56, convicted of second-degree murder in the 1976 death of his boss, John Langlos, has been freed by the 2nd District Court of Appeal in Los Angeles. The Hayward, Calif., man's 1983 conviction was the climax of a long battle by Langlos' widow to persuade authorities that her husband was the victim of murder and not a heart attack.
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July 26, 1985 | MYRNA OLIVER, Times Staff Writer
Psychologist Eugene Clarence Hartman, 56, convicted of second-degree murder in the 1976 death of his boss, John Langlos, has been freed by the 2nd District Court of Appeal. The Hayward, Calif., man's 1983 conviction was the climax of a long battle by Langlos' widow to persuade authorities that her husband was the victim of murder and not a heart attack.
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December 6, 1985 | SCOTT HARRIS, Times Staff Writer
It was just a formality; the conclusion foregone. Judge Robert R. Devich of the Los Angeles Superior Court called for convicted murderer Eugene Clarence Hartman to enter his courtroom. "He'll walk in with a smile, watch," Ruth Langlos whispered, her tone bitter. The balding Hartman, 57, greeted his attorney with a cheerful grin. Two years ago, Hartman was convicted of second-degree murder in the 1976 death of Downey psychologist John Langlos and sentenced to six years in prison.
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August 25, 1989 | VICTOR MERINA, Times Staff Writer
Ruth Langlos has battled a reluctant bureaucracy, tangled with an unpredictable legal system and endured some bitter surprises ever since her husband's body was found in a blood-spattered Downey office in 1976. The Los Angeles County coroner's office had determined that John T. Langlos, a 52-year-old clinical psychologist, had died of a heart attack. But his widow waged a stubborn, six-year campaign to persuade authorities that, in fact, he was a murder victim.
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