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May 19, 1991 | SHERYL STOLBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court intervened twice in the county Probation Department's handling of his son's juvenile case, first to have the youth sent to Juvenile Hall, then to seek his release. Judge Jaime Corral's actions have raised questions of potential conflict of interest and sparked concern about the way the department handles so-called "VIP cases."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1991
The Commission on Judicial Performance has declined to take any public action against the presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court after investigating allegations that he intervened in a case involving his teen-age son and helped promote a Superior Court commissioner with whom he had a business relationship. In a terse statement released Tuesday, the commission said it had investigated the actions of Judge Jaime Corral and "made an appropriate disposition."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1991
The Commission on Judicial Performance has declined to take any public action against the presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court after investigating allegations that he intervened in a case involving his teen-age son and helped promote a Superior Court commissioner with whom he had a business relationship. In a terse statement released Tuesday, the commission said it had investigated the actions of Judge Jaime Corral and "made an appropriate disposition."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1991 | SHERYL STOLBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court last year went to the Whittier police station in the middle of the night and hastily scribbled an order to release his son, a well-known jockey who had been arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, court records show.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1991 | SHERYL STOLBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court last year went to the Whittier police station in the middle of the night and hastily scribbled an order to release his son, a well-known jockey who had been arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, court records show.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1991 | SHERYL STOLBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The state agency that investigates judicial misconduct is examining the actions of the presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court in a case involving his teen-age son. The inquiry by the state Commission on Judicial Performance into the actions of Judge Jaime Corral apparently began Tuesday, when Peter Gubbins, an investigator for the agency, interviewed county Probation Department employees and others who work within the judicial system.
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September 30, 1985
A Huntington Beach man was identified as one of the nine Americans killed in the Mexico City earthquake. Witnesses said accountant Emery Takacs, 52, was just leaving his hotel to return home after a week's vacation when the quake struck Sept. 19. His body was recovered from the debris of the hotel four days later. Takacs' friend, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Jaime Corral, said the body was buried before identification could be made, but will now be exhumed for reburial in the United States.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1990
Two girls from Highland Park, ages 13 and 14, on Wednesday denied assault and robbery charges in the holdup and shooting last Saturday of an off-duty Los Angeles police officer who was critically wounded in an ensuing gun battle outside her Santa Clarita home. A 16-year-old youth, Joel Garcia Valenzuela of Highland Park, was killed. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Jaime Corral set a trial date for July 9 and ordered the girls held in a juvenile detention center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 2000
A 25-year-old Lynwood man was sentenced Tuesday to 14 years and eight months in prison for leading police on a high-speed chase, which ended with a crash that killed his passenger. Alhambra Superior Court Judge Jaime Corral sentenced Juan Antonio Medrano after he pleaded no contest to vehicular manslaughter, felony evading and grand theft as a jury was being impaneled Tuesday. Medrano had been charged with murder in the 1998 death of his passenger William Barboso, 19, of Los Angeles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1989
A computer analyst's 15-year-old son, who shot to death a Glassell Park junior high school classmate for wearing a jersey carrying the name of a rival gang, was sentenced in an Eastlake Juvenile courtroom Friday to 17 years to life imprisonment. Because the youth is a minor, he will be set free at the age of 25 if he is not paroled before then, attorneys in the case said. The youth confessed to shooting Mark Iwashita, 14, at point-blank range on Aug.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1991 | SHERYL STOLBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The state agency that investigates judicial misconduct is examining the actions of the presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court in a case involving his teen-age son. The inquiry by the state Commission on Judicial Performance into the actions of Judge Jaime Corral apparently began Tuesday, when Peter Gubbins, an investigator for the agency, interviewed county Probation Department employees and others who work within the judicial system.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1991 | SHERYL STOLBERG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The presiding judge of the Los Angeles County Juvenile Court intervened twice in the county Probation Department's handling of his son's juvenile case, first to have the youth sent to Juvenile Hall, then to seek his release. Judge Jaime Corral's actions have raised questions of potential conflict of interest and sparked concern about the way the department handles so-called "VIP cases."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 1990
Two teen-aged girls have been ordered to stand trial for their part in an attempted robbery last month in Canyon Country that left an accomplice dead and an off-duty Los Angeles police officer critically wounded, authorities said Friday. Judge Jaime Corral on Thursday ordered the girls, who are 13 and 14, to stand trial Aug. 9 at the North Juvenile Justice Center in Los Angeles on charges of attempted murder, attempted robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1990
Two girls from Highland Park, ages 13 and 14, denied assault and robbery charges Wednesday in the holdup and shooting last Saturday of an off-duty Los Angeles police officer. The officer, Stacy Lim, 27, was critically wounded in a gun battle outside her Santa Clarita home. A 16-year-old youth, Joel Garcia Valenzuela of Highland Park, was killed.
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