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June 4, 1990 | Jonathan Weber, Times staff writer
As the public discovers environmental protection, prosecutors are discovering environmental crime. From the Justice Department in Washington to city attorney's offices around the country, environmental protection has suddenly become a front-burner issue, and new resources are being devoted to the complex task of enforcing pollution laws.
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April 15, 1997 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The trial of former county Assistant Treasurer Matthew R. Raabe was unexpectedly recessed for a week Monday because the prosecutor had to quit the case to take care of a family emergency, according to the trial judge. Superior Court Judge Everett W. Dickey told jurors to return to court next week and that the one-week recess was needed to give the new prosecutor, Assistant Dist. Atty. Jan J. Nolan, time to review trial transcripts. Senior Deputy Dist.
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August 18, 1996 | MICHAEL G. WAGNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The lead prosecutor in the first criminal trial springing from the Orange County bankruptcy got her start in the working world as a United Airlines stewardess before the job was called "flight attendant." Jan J. Nolan, a 57-year-old grandmother with a blunt, no-nonsense courtroom manner, was raising a family in Lake Forest when she decided to go to law school in the early 1970s. The youngest of her four children had just entered kindergarten at age 5; her oldest was 9.
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August 18, 1996 | MICHAEL G. WAGNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The lead prosecutor in the first criminal trial springing from the Orange County bankruptcy got her start in the working world as a United Airlines stewardess before the job was called "flight attendant." Jan J. Nolan, a 57-year-old grandmother with a blunt, no-nonsense courtroom manner, was raising a family in Lake Forest when she decided to go to law school in the early 1970s. The youngest of her four children had just entered kindergarten at age 5; her oldest was 9.
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June 2, 1993 | ERIC YOUNG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State prosecutors have declined to file charges against Assistant Dist. Atty. Jan J. Nolan, saying she broke no laws under an arrangement that allows her son to play golf at a South County country club. Sheriff's deputies investigated Nolan, one of the highest-ranking officials in the district attorney's office, in response to an allegation that her 27-year-old son was using the facilities at the Marbella Golf and Country Club in San Juan Capistrano for free.
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May 18, 1993 | ERIC YOUNG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assistant Dist. Atty. Jan J. Nolan said Monday she was surprised that the Sheriff's Department is investigating an allegation that her son misused her golf club membership. Sheriff's deputies have interviewed Nolan, one of the highest-ranking prosecutors in the district attorney's office, in a nearly three-month investigation involving her membership at the Marbella Golf and Country Club in San Juan Capistrano.
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April 15, 1997 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The trial of former county Assistant Treasurer Matthew R. Raabe was unexpectedly recessed for a week Monday because the prosecutor had to quit the case to take care of a family emergency, according to the trial judge. Superior Court Judge Everett W. Dickey told jurors to return to court next week and that the one-week recess was needed to give the new prosecutor, Assistant Dist. Atty. Jan J. Nolan, time to review trial transcripts. Senior Deputy Dist.
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April 2, 1991 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County Dist. Atty. Michael R. Capizzi Monday announced the appointment of three new administrators, completing the first transformation of the office's top management tier in 25 years. Named as assistant district attorneys were Bryan F. Brown, Jan J. Nolan and Brent F. Romney. Nolan and Romney supported Capizzi when he ran for district attorney last year. Brown chose not to participate in any election campaign. The three assumed their new duties Monday.
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August 23, 1996
The Orange County district attorney's office put one of its own investigators on the stand Thursday as its final witness in the criminal case against former county Budget Director Ronald S. Rubino. As part of his testimony, investigator Larry Lambert read some of the former budget director's responses to earlier questioning before the Orange County Grand Jury. There will be no testimony today. Prosecutor Jan J.
NEWS
May 3, 1997
"I never felt Matt's motivation was for personal gain. I hope that whatever penalty he faces, this will be taken into consideration." --Board of Supervisors Chairman William G. Steiner * "At least we have held the two key individuals accountable." --Treasurer-Tax Collector John M.W. Moorlach, referring to Raabe and former County Treasurer-Tax Collector Robert L. Citron, who pleaded guilty to similar charges * "I don't feel any vindication is required.
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June 2, 1993 | ERIC YOUNG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
State prosecutors have declined to file charges against Assistant Dist. Atty. Jan J. Nolan, saying she broke no laws under an arrangement that allows her son to play golf at a South County country club. Sheriff's deputies investigated Nolan, one of the highest-ranking officials in the district attorney's office, in response to an allegation that her 27-year-old son was using the facilities at the Marbella Golf and Country Club in San Juan Capistrano for free.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1993 | ERIC YOUNG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Assistant Dist. Atty. Jan J. Nolan said Monday she was surprised that the Sheriff's Department is investigating an allegation that her son misused her golf club membership. Sheriff's deputies have interviewed Nolan, one of the highest-ranking prosecutors in the district attorney's office, in a nearly three-month investigation involving her membership at the Marbella Golf and Country Club in San Juan Capistrano.
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April 2, 1991 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County Dist. Atty. Michael R. Capizzi Monday announced the appointment of three new administrators, completing the first transformation of the office's top management tier in 25 years. Named as assistant district attorneys were Bryan F. Brown, Jan J. Nolan and Brent F. Romney. Nolan and Romney supported Capizzi when he ran for district attorney last year. Brown chose not to participate in any election campaign. The three assumed their new duties Monday.
BUSINESS
June 4, 1990 | Jonathan Weber, Times staff writer
As the public discovers environmental protection, prosecutors are discovering environmental crime. From the Justice Department in Washington to city attorney's offices around the country, environmental protection has suddenly become a front-burner issue, and new resources are being devoted to the complex task of enforcing pollution laws.
NEWS
April 28, 1995
David W. Wiechert Age 38 Citron's attorney A specialist in white-collar criminal defense work, he worked out the plea agreement that was signed by Citron and accompanied Citron throughout Thursday's proceedings. * Michael R. Capizzi Age 55 District attorney In office for four years, Capizzi has a reputation for aggressively pursuing political corruption cases. Also played a key role in overall county operations in the weeks following the Dec. 6 bankruptcy filing. * Wallace J.
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February 10, 1999 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As part of a move to downsize, Dist. Atty. Anthony J. Rackauckas won approval Tuesday to offer early retirement to some of his predecessor's top supervisors. In presenting his plan to the Board of Supervisors, which approved it unanimously, Rackauckas did not identify any employees or give details other than to say that, of those eligible for early retirement, "only two or three" were likely to take it.
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