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May 12, 1990
The heavily traveled Beverly Boulevard bridge over the Rio Hondo will be closed for much of the weekend because of a smoky fire in the wooden section of the 225-foot-long span Friday afternoon, Montebello police reported. It took about 25 Montebello firefighters 15 minutes to put down the blaze, but fire crews were to stay on the scene all night digging up the asphalt roadbed to put out hot spots, Montebello Fire Capt. Richard Thomas said. There were no injuries.
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May 12, 1990
The heavily traveled Beverly Boulevard bridge over the Rio Hondo will be closed for much of the weekend because of a smoky fire in the wooden section of the 225-foot-long span Friday afternoon, Montebello police reported. It took about 25 Montebello firefighters 15 minutes to put down the blaze, but fire crews were to stay on the scene all night digging up the asphalt roadbed to put out hot spots, Montebello Fire Capt. Richard Thomas said. There were no injuries.
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July 24, 1987 | PHILIP HAGER, Times Staff Writer
The state Supreme Court agreed Thursday to decide whether a Los Angeles County policy of assigning jurors to courthouses nearest their homes to minimize travel time violates the constitutional rights of criminal defendants. The justices will review an appellate ruling last April that upheld a 20-mile limit on travel by jurors but said that further reducing the distance for their convenience denied defendants a jury drawn from a "fair cross-section of the community."
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July 24, 1987 | PHILIP HAGER, Times Staff Writer
The state Supreme Court agreed Thursday to decide whether a Los Angeles County policy of assigning jurors to courthouses nearest their homes to minimize travel time violates the constitutional rights of criminal defendants. The justices will review an appellate ruling last April that upheld a 20-mile limit on travel by jurors but said that further reducing the distance for their convenience denied defendants a jury drawn from a "fair cross-section of the community."
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