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August 15, 1998 | H.G. REZA
A hearing is scheduled next week to hear Louis and Juditha Brown's appeal for custody of their grandchildren, the son and daughter of O.J. Simpson. Orange County Superior Court Judge Nancy Wieben Stock ruled in December 1996 that Simpson should have full custody of Sydney and Justin. The judge granted the Browns visitation rights and asked attorneys for both sides to reach an agreement on a visitation schedule.
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November 18, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
A Superior Court judge approved an agreement Thursday that will save the castle-like home of Haym and Fern Ganish from demolition by the city, and requires that they complete renovations within a year. The Ganishes have battled city officials for 12 years over the start-and-stop remodeling of their three-story, stone-covered house into what neighbors have called the "Kron Street Castle."
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December 24, 1996 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ronald E. Lais, an Anaheim Hills attorney, will represent Louis and Juditha Brown in their appeal of a Superior Court decision last week granting custody of their grandchildren to O.J. Simpson. Lais, who once filed a suit on behalf of Mark and Crispina Calvert related to their precedent-setting surrogacy case, is expected to bring appellate expertise to the Browns' team of attorneys. Natasha Roit and Eric L.
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August 17, 1996 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 32-year-old Orange man was sentenced Friday to six years in prison for drinking and driving and causing a crash that killed a woman five days before Christmas. Anthony Douglas Bithell, a Gulf War veteran, pleaded guilty last month to drunken driving and vehicular manslaughter charges in the Dec. 20 death of Lori Ann Curler. Bithell admitted driving with a blood alcohol level of 0.
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December 9, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Louis Brown, the father of Nicole Brown Simpson, has been removed by a judge as a guardian of the children of his slain daughter and O.J. Simpson, according to Newsweek magazine. In an advance copy Sunday of their latest issue, on newsstands today, Newsweek said it had learned from unnamed sources that Brown was removed during the summer by the judge hearing a custody case, leaving his wife, Juditha, as the sole guardian.
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December 28, 1996 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In their fight to retain custody of O.J. Simpson's children, Louis and Juditha Brown have dismissed Ronald E. Lais as their appellate attorney because of his own run-ins with the law. On Monday, the Anaheim Hills attorney had agreed to work for free to appeal a decision earlier this month by Superior Court Judge Nancy Wieben Stock awarding custody of Sydney, 11, and Justin, 8, to Simpson.
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September 4, 1993 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, TIMES URBAN AFFAIRS WRITER
A judge Friday ordered two brothers accused of defrauding customers at their La Habra service station to stop selling gas. Orange County Superior Court Judge Nancy Wieben Stock issued a preliminary injunction against D & H Gas 2, owned by Hussein Berri and David Berri, said Senior Deputy Dist. Atty. Jane L. Shade. The dealership, located at 619 E. La Habra Blvd., was featured in two recent NBC television exposes for allegedly delivering less gas to customers than was shown on pump meters.
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February 26, 1997 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gov. Pete Wilson named a longtime Orange County Superior Court judge to the 4th District Court of Appeal, passing over a jurist who drew protests from women's rights groups for giving O.J. Simpson custody of his children last year. The governor on Tuesday named William W. Bedsworth, 49, of Mission Viejo as an associate justice in the appellate court serving Orange County. Among those mentioned as possible finalists on the governor's list was Orange County Superior Court Judge Nancy Wieben Stock.
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September 23, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
An Orange County Superior Court judge Thursday afternoon refused the city's request to evict Haym and Fern Ganish from their Kron Street home, saying the legal process begun by the city to demolish their three-story, castle-like house must run its course. Haym Ganish, a 52-year-old retired engineer, and city officials have been at odds for a dozen years over the start-and-stop remodeling of his stone-covered home into what some neighbors have dubbed the "Kron Street Castle."
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August 19, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
An Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that one man's castle may still be his home, granting Haym Ganish's request for a temporary injunction to block the city's planned Nov. 10 demolition of his castle-like dwelling. After 12 years of alternately remodeling his home and battling city officials, Ganish won a reprieve from the impending destruction of what his neighbors call the "Kron Street castle." Judge Nancy Wieben Stock ordered both Ganish and the city to return to court Nov.
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