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October 5, 1989 | CATHERINE GEWERTZ, Times Staff Writer
Gov. George Deukmejian on Wednesday elevated Orange County Municipal Judges Marvin G. Weeks and Kazuharu Makino to posts on the Orange County Superior Court. Weeks, 58, of Laguna Niguel, fills a newly created position. Makino, 38, of Fullerton, replaces Judge Lloyd E. Blanpied Jr., who retired. "I'm very happy and very grateful I could be appointed to the Superior Court," Makino said Wednesday. "I hope I can do a good job here."
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October 5, 1989 | CATHERINE GEWERTZ, Times Staff Writer
Gov. George Deukmejian on Wednesday elevated Orange County Municipal Judges Marvin G. Weeks and Kazuharu Makino to posts on the Orange County Superior Court. Weeks, 58, of Laguna Niguel, fills a newly created position. Makino, 38, of Fullerton, replaces Judge Lloyd E. Blanpied Jr., who retired. "I'm very happy and very grateful I could be appointed to the Superior Court," Makino said Wednesday. "I hope I can do a good job here."
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November 18, 1988
Sarah S. Jones has been unanimously elected presiding judge of the West Orange County Municipal Court for 1989, and Marvin G. Weeks was selected to serve as assistant presiding judge. Jones received her law degree from USC, as well as a master's degree in public administration. She clerked for the Orange County district attorney's office while in law school and after graduating worked as as a deputy district attorney.
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November 18, 1995 | ENRIQUE LAVIN
An Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Friday that two of four claims in a lawsuit by a Newport Beach couple against Fletcher Jones Motorcars Inc. may proceed to trial. Judge Marvin G. Weeks said he will rule Monday or Tuesday on the two other claims against the Mercedes-Benz dealership after he has had time to study the case further.
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September 28, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
In his first court appearance since being charged with abducting and raping a 12-year-old Huntington Beach girl, Kyle Joseph Borges was hidden from public view today in Westminster as a judge revoked his bail. A public defender, convincing Orange County Municipal Court Judge Marvin G. Weeks to keep Borges seated in a back room out of public view during the court appearance, said he feared that having the defendant's picture appear in the media would prejudice the case against him.
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September 12, 1986 | Andy Rose
Arraignment of a Westminster couple and their daughter accused of bilking homeowner associations of more than $1 million was postponed Thursday to give public defenders assigned to them time to review their case. Jack E. Miller, 51, his wife, Marjorie L. Miller, 47, and their daughter, Terry L. Edwards, 25, appeared before Municipal Judge Marvin G. Weeks on grand theft charges Thursday morning.
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August 12, 1986
The mother of infant twins who died after she left them in her car while visiting a friend last month was charged Monday in West Orange County Municipal Court with two counts each of involuntary manslaughter and involuntary child endangerment. Beverly Jean Ernst, 25, of Anaheim pleaded not guilty to the four felony charges filed against her in the deaths of her 3-month-old babies. The infants died of heat stroke July 20 after she left them unattended in her car in Garden Grove. Deputy Dist.
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August 17, 1986 | Times staff writers Ray Perez, Barry S. Surman and Mark Landsbaum compiled the Week in Review stories
Beverly Jean Ernst, the mother of infant twins who died of heat stroke when they were left unattended in a car last month, this week was charged with two counts each of involuntary manslaughter and involuntary child endangerment. Ernst, 25, of Anaheim pleaded not guilty. Her 3-month-old infants died July 20 after she left them in her car while she visited a friend at a Garden Grove janitorial supply store.
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December 28, 1989 | ALLISON SAMUELS
After two unsuccessful attempts to win a seat on the Orange County Superior Court bench, Robert H. Gallivan of Newport Beach has been appointed a judge of the West Orange Municipal Court District. Gallivan, 55, said the first person to receive word of the appointment was his 3-year-old granddaughter, Cathlin. "She just happened to be the one who answered the phone while I wasn't at home," Gallivan said.
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April 25, 1990 | TOM McQUEENEY
An Orange County Superior Court judge has ruled that a proposed initiative that would have led to the firing of most of the city department heads is illegal and should not be placed on the November ballot. Although enough voters signed petitions to qualify the initiative for the ballot, Judge Marvin G. Weeks ruled that employee matters should not be decided through the initiative process.
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May 9, 1987
An 18-year-old woman, who is five months pregnant, was ordered Friday to stand trial for the kidnaping of a baby girl from a Garden Grove day-care center. Darlene Johnson was ordered to appear May 18 in Superior Court in connection with the kidnaping of Victoria Marie Clark, who was 14 months old when she was taken March 26 from the Young Horizons day-care center in Garden Grove. According to testimony Friday at a hearing in Westminster before Municipal Judge Marvin G.
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