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June 30, 1990
Gov. George Deukmejian this week named Los Angeles County Municipal Judge John H. Leahy to replace retiring Superior Court Judge Rosemary Dunbar. Leahy, 53, of Long Beach, has been a Compton Municipal Court commissioner and has had his own law practice. He received his degree from the University of Notre Dame. The salary for Superior Court judges is $94,344 a year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 1990
Gov. George Deukmejian this week named Los Angeles County Municipal Judge John H. Leahy to replace retiring Superior Court Judge Rosemary Dunbar. Leahy, 53, of Long Beach, has been a Compton Municipal Court commissioner and has had his own law practice. He received his degree from the University of Notre Dame. The salary for Superior Court judges is $94,344 a year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1997
Prosecutors reluctantly announced Monday that they will not seek a third attempted-murder trial of two gang members accused of the near-fatal shooting of Los Angeles elementary school teacher Alfredo Perez. Two juries had deadlocked in favor of acquittal of Frazier Francis and Antonio Moses, both 19. In both cases the key witness--who had originally told police he saw one of the suspects fire a gun--softened his testimony.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1997 | MICHAEL KRIKORIAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Acknowledging that "a fruitless dead end" had been reached in their investigation, prosecutors reluctantly announced Monday that they will not seek a third attempted-murder trial of two gang members accused of the near-fatal shooting of Los Angeles elementary school teacher Alfredo Perez. Two juries had deadlocked in favor of acquittal of Frazier Francis and Antonio Moses, both 19.
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June 3, 1990 | RICHARD SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles County voters on Tuesday will select two supervisors, an assessor and a sheriff, while deciding five contested judgeships and local issues ranging from cityhood for Malibu to new ethics rules for Los Angeles municipal officials. One of the hottest races has unfolded in the eastern part of the county, where Supervisor Pete Schabarum's decision to retire created a rare opportunity to put a new face--possibly the first Latino--on the board.
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