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January 3, 1999
"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." I am utterly shocked by the county feedback on Judge Robert Bradley. He has demons to fight, as has everyone--though they pretend not to. His horrors have been despicably cast in the light of narrow-minded opinion. Frankly, the inhumanity of those who have written in disgusts me. Judge Bradley--you fight, and you will win. Defeat the negativity of these cretins and show your strength. M. KATJA WERLICH, Westlake Village Everyone deserves a defense, don't they?
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May 23, 1999
Re "Bradley Pleads for 2nd Chance," May 13. After reading your article describing Judge Robert Bradley appealing his banishment from the bench, I cannot urge the commission reviewing his case strongly enough to deny this man's appeal. This comes not from a layman but from someone who has had occasion to try hundreds of cases in front of this man, in both juvenile court and family court. I am a retired deputy district attorney of 18 years, nine of them in Los Angeles County and nine in Ventura County.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1987
A Moorpark man who killed his roommate was sentenced Monday to 15 years to life in state prison, a Ventura County Superior Court official said. Thomas Paul Wynn, 23, was convicted of second-degree murder in the beating death in May, 1986, of Robert Lantz, 36, in a non-jury trial before Judge Robert Bradley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 3, 1999
"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." I am utterly shocked by the county feedback on Judge Robert Bradley. He has demons to fight, as has everyone--though they pretend not to. His horrors have been despicably cast in the light of narrow-minded opinion. Frankly, the inhumanity of those who have written in disgusts me. Judge Bradley--you fight, and you will win. Defeat the negativity of these cretins and show your strength. M. KATJA WERLICH, Westlake Village Everyone deserves a defense, don't they?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1998
Following is a memo Judge Robert Bradley sent to his colleagues upon returning to work Monday after his arrest Saturday night on suspicion of drunk driving: From: Robert Bradley To: Judges, Commissioners, Administration, Secretaries Date: 1/5/98 8:00 a.m. Subject: me As you know, I have devoted the last 30 years of my life to public service, as an Army Captain in Vietnam, as a prosecutor; and now as a senior member of this court.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1998
The alcoholism that destroyed Judge Robert Bradley's career began 30 years ago when he turned to drinking to cope with the horror and bloodshed of the Vietnam War, a psychiatrist told a panel reviewing misconduct charges against the jurist. Dr. Lloyd Moglen testified Tuesday, the final day of Bradley's hearing, that the 57-year-old judge suffers from post-traumatic stress syndrome.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 23, 1999
Re "Bradley Pleads for 2nd Chance," May 13. After reading your article describing Judge Robert Bradley appealing his banishment from the bench, I cannot urge the commission reviewing his case strongly enough to deny this man's appeal. This comes not from a layman but from someone who has had occasion to try hundreds of cases in front of this man, in both juvenile court and family court. I am a retired deputy district attorney of 18 years, nine of them in Los Angeles County and nine in Ventura County.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1998 | STEVE CHAWKINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just when it couldn't get much worse for Judge Robert Bradley, it probably will, according to several legal scholars who have studied other cases of errant judges. While his two arrests over the weekend again placed the suspended Ventura County jurist on the wrong side of the bench, they also are likely to spell the end of his judicial career and his ability to practice law, some court experts said Monday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1998
The alcoholism that destroyed Judge Robert Bradley's career began 30 years ago when he turned to drinking to cope with the horror and bloodshed of the Vietnam War, a psychiatrist told a panel reviewing misconduct charges against the jurist. Dr. Lloyd Moglen testified Tuesday, the final day of Bradley's hearing, that the 57-year-old judge suffers from post-traumatic stress syndrome.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1998 | STEVE CHAWKINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just when it couldn't get much worse for Judge Robert Bradley, it probably will, according to several legal scholars who have studied other cases of errant judges. While his two arrests over the weekend again placed the suspended Ventura County jurist on the wrong side of the bench, they also are likely to spell the end of his judicial career and his ability to practice law, some court experts said Monday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1998 | DARYL KELLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Describing himself as a law-and-order candidate, Chief Assistant Dist. Atty. Kevin J. McGee declared Wednesday his candidacy for the Superior Court seat held by suspended Judge Robert Bradley, who checked himself into an alcohol-rehabilitation program last week.
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January 18, 1998 | STEVE CHAWKINS and TRACY WILSON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The election for Superior Court won't come until June but an extraordinary drama already surrounds the seat of Judge Robert Bradley. Bradley, the only declared candidate for that seat, is recuperating in an alcohol-treatment center. Arrested on suspicion of drunk driving twice in one month, he showed up at work Tuesday apparently drunk. He was suspended from his duties and led from the building, his career in shambles. If Bradley were to resign, Gov.
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