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April 21, 1994 | JOHN L. MITCHELL and JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As Rodney G. King and the former Los Angeles police officers who beat him prepare for the second half of a civil trial to determine individual damages, for the first time they share a common interest: settlement. In the unlikely event that the city agrees to indemnify those four former officers for any punitive damages, they would be free from the prospect of large judgments that could loom over them for years.
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May 3, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal prosecutors, arguing that two former Los Angeles police officers were properly convicted of violating Rodney G. King's civil rights, asked an appeals court Monday to uphold their convictions and order a judge to give them longer prison sentences. Defense attorneys, meanwhile, accused prosecutors of inflaming the jury with inappropriate arguments and of improperly using videotaped testimony of former Officer Theodore J. Briseno. Lawyers for Stacey C. Koon and Laurence M.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal prosecutors, arguing that two former Los Angeles police officers were properly convicted of violating Rodney G. King's civil rights, asked an appeals court Monday to uphold their convictions and order a judge to give them longer prison sentences. Defense attorneys, meanwhile, accused prosecutors of inflaming the jury with inappropriate arguments and of improperly using videotaped testimony of former Officer Theodore J. Briseno. Lawyers for Stacey C. Koon and Laurence M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1994 | JOHN L. MITCHELL and JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As Rodney G. King and the former Los Angeles police officers who beat him prepare for the second half of a civil trial to determine individual damages, for the first time they share a common interest: settlement. In the unlikely event that the city agrees to indemnify those four former officers for any punitive damages, they would be free from the prospect of large judgments that could loom over them for years.
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