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July 31, 1994 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the moment Summit County public defender Elliott Levine first heard about him, he sensed James Holland was going to be a tough client to represent. After all, they'd caught him in Bonifay, Fla., guzzling beer while barreling 85 miles an hour down Interstate 10, some 18 miles from the service station where he'd just pulled an armed robbery. In his car were a .38-caliber pistol, 40 rounds of ammunition and a paper bag filled with cash.
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July 31, 1994 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From the moment Summit County public defender Elliott Levine first heard about him, he sensed James Holland was going to be a tough client to represent. After all, they'd caught him in Bonifay, Fla., guzzling beer while barreling 85 miles an hour down Interstate 10, some 18 miles from the service station where he'd just pulled an armed robbery. In his car were a .38-caliber pistol, 40 rounds of ammunition and a paper bag filled with cash.
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SPORTS
January 19, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Newton, basketball coach at South Carolina, resigned Monday as the school released a report outlining five NCAA recruiting violations. Newton, in his second season, will become an assistant athletic director, effective May 31, for the remaining two years of his $102,000-a-year contract. Assistants James Holland and Craig Morris also resigned. "It simply is not possible for this staff to continue here in the best interests of all involved," Newton said.
SPORTS
September 7, 1995
IN REVIEW Standings Arrowhead League League *--* School W L T Hamilton 5 0 0 Linfield 4 1 0 Arrowhead Chr. 3 2 0 Southern Cal. Chr. 2 3 0 Hesperia Christian 1 4 0 La Verne Christian 0 5 0 *--* Overall *--* School W L T Hamilton 9 2 0 Linfield 9 3 0 Arrowhead Chr. 6 6 0 Southern Cal. Chr.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 9, 1996 | DON HECKMAN
"Pandora's Clock," a four-hour NBC drama, poses a question that has drawn increasing attention from health-care scientists in recent years: What will happen if a passenger on an international airliner becomes ill with a deadly, easily communicable virus infection? The two-part movie, based on the novel by John J.
BUSINESS
August 23, 1991 | From Reuters
A federal bankruptcy judge Thursday approved a request by Columbia Gas System Inc. to void high-priced natural gas supply contracts that forced the pipeline operator into bankruptcy protection. Judge Helen Balick also approved $155 million in special bankruptcy financing for Columbia Gas and its pipeline subsidiary. When it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on July 31, Wilmington-based Columbia said its expects losses from the high-priced contracts to exceed $1 billion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 1994 | GEORGE V. DENNY III, George V. Denny III is a criminal defense and civil-rights attorney and former president of the Los Angeles Criminal Courts Bar Assn.
In light of the games being played out by both the prosecution and defense in the O.J. Simpson trial, how extraordinary to read of public defender Elliott Levine. It seems that both the Utah Supreme Court and the State Bar are ready to punish him for not playing "the game." That is the "life and death game" that attorneys are expected to play in murder cases.
NEWS
August 1, 1994 | BARRY SIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is hard to say whether his exposure to James Holland transformed Summit County public defender Elliott Levine into an unbridled renegade or merely uncovered long-held sentiments. What is clear is that the choices he made in defending Holland against murder charges appear to have galvanized him.
SPORTS
December 18, 2001 | MIKE BRESNAHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jim Harrick was back in town, Southern drawl and all, stopping by Pepperdine for a reunion of sorts. Name tags and introductions weren't necessary for Harrick, who guided the Waves to four NCAA tournament appearances in nine seasons at Pepperdine before leading UCLA to a national title in 1995. Harrick was gregarious and friendly, although his Georgia team wasn't exactly kind to the hosts, routing Pepperdine, 91-74, in a nonconference basketball game Monday night at Malibu before 3,287.
BUSINESS
July 18, 1985
Security Pacific Corp., Los Angeles, said Clyde G. Glass has been named senior vice president of the banking offices services area of Security Pacific Automation Co. Security Pacific Corp., parent of Security Pacific National Bank, also announced that James L. Holland was named senior vice president of the financial institutions department of the bank's corporate banking group. Named as corporate executive vice presidents were John W.
NATIONAL
May 24, 2009 | Rebecca Cole
As two Stanford University researchers described their experience watching public reactions in the initial days of the swine flu outbreak, it sounded like one of those nature films in which tiny fish dart back and forth in perfect unison. The researchers were tracking thousands of Twitter posts pouring into an Internet site.
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