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June 21, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Gov. George Deukmejian on Wednesday appointed a Santa Ana attorney to fill a vacancy on the Orange County Municipal Court bench. The governor named Marjorie Laird Carter of Newport Beach to succeed Judge James Gray, who was promoted earlier to the Superior Court. "I'm extremely excited and thrilled that this happened," Carter said. "I'm floating on air." The 47-year-old attorney has been a member of the Santa Ana law firm of Stafford, Ballog & Sullivan since 1989.
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June 21, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Gov. George Deukmejian on Wednesday appointed a Santa Ana attorney to fill a vacancy on the Orange County Municipal Court bench. The governor named Marjorie Laird Carter of Newport Beach to succeed Judge James Gray, who was promoted earlier to the Superior Court. "I'm extremely excited and thrilled that this happened," Carter said. "I'm floating on air." The 47-year-old attorney has been a member of the Santa Ana law firm of Stafford, Ballog & Sullivan since 1989.
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June 7, 1997 | JEFF KASS
Judge Flynn swore in Judge Flynn in an unusual ceremony Friday in Orange County Municipal Court. Retired Judge John L. Flynn Jr. administered the oath of office to his son, John L. Flynn III, an occasion that court observers said was uncommon but was not so unusual for the Flynn family. The elder Flynn had been sworn in by his father, John L. Flynn Sr., almost 30 years ago in the same courtroom: Division 201.
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August 13, 1995
A prosecutor on Friday filed new charges, involving an additional five alleged victims, against a Temecula pool hall owner accused of committing a string of burglaries and rapes over an eight-year period. Kenneth George Wade, a 45-year-old ex-convict, allegedly broke into homes in various Orange County cities and sometimes returned at a later date to rape his victims, officials said.
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November 9, 1995 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hal Bivens loved cycling and made a point of lecturing others about the importance of bike safety and following the law. But the 59-year-old Anaheim man's life ended in July when he was struck and killed on an Orange roadside by a hit-and-run driver, Conrado M. Deleon, who was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison.
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October 4, 2003 | E. Scott Reckard, Times Staff Writer
A skirmish in the battle for control of Freedom Communications Inc. shifted Friday to probate court, where a judge was asked to determine whether a trustee holding a key block of the company's common stock has the authority to vote the shares. Orange County Superior Court Judge Marjorie Laird Carter set a hearing on the matter for Nov.
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October 1, 2003 | E. Scott Reckard, Times Staff Writer
The battle to control Freedom Communications has unearthed some of the deep fissures in the fractured family relations among the descendants of company founder R.C. Hoiles. In legal maneuverings, three heirs have drawn attention to 20-year-old lawsuits that claimed their father, Clarence Hoiles -- R.C. Hoiles' first son -- systematically prevented his daughter-in-law, Patricia G. Hoiles, from receiving her full share of the family's wealth.
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October 30, 1997 | JEAN O. PASCO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Republican campaign aide on trial for alleged political misconduct in a controversial 1995 special election pleaded guilty Wednesday to a single misdemeanor in another case involving a 1992 Diamond Bar City Council race. Rhonda Carmony, 26, was sentenced to three years of informal probation and ordered to pay fines totaling $13,500.
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March 31, 1989 | Herbert J. Vida
The Orange County Commission on the Status of Women has named five high school students as winners of its "Women in History" essay contest. The winners--Veronica Gianesini of Foothill High in North Tustin, Laura Paik of Ocean View High in Huntington Beach, Helen L. Chen of Valencia High in Placentia, Kristina Larsen of Gilbert West High in Buena Park, and Christa Cerciello of Laguna Hills High in Laguna Hills--each received $130.
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November 14, 2005 | Jack Leonard, Evelyn Larrubia and Robin Fields, Times Staff Writers
When it comes to paying conservators, Orange County's Probate Court has built a reputation for stinginess. Most judges in Southern California approve conservators' fees without a quibble. But those in Orange County are well known for slashing fees by as much as 50%, particularly when conservators bill top dollar for shopping and other chores.
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