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November 2, 2007 | David Reyes and Garrett Therolf, Times Staff Writers
Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona's indictment on seven federal charges continued to reverberate Thursday through the county political establishment and statewide law enforcement community, and pressure built for him to step aside. "I've got quite a few calls on it," said Chris Norby, chairman of the county Board of Supervisors, "and they're running overwhelmingly that there needs to be a change there in the department and that we need to get behind this.
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March 22, 2006 | Jean O. Pasco, Times Staff Writer
Orange County Republican leaders have voted not to endorse beleaguered Sheriff Michael S. Carona for a third term, dealing a blow to his once high-flying political career. Carona, who will face three challengers in the June election, fell one vote shy of gaining the endorsement of the county's Republican central committee at its meeting Monday night.
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October 31, 2007 | Garrett Therolf and David Reyes, Times Staff Writers
Orange County's conservative mandarins, who for years voiced nearly unbridled support for Sheriff Michael S. Carona, were largely silent Tuesday. Only Supervisor John Moorlach issued a clear position -- a call for the county's top lawman to step down after being indicted on corruption charges by a federal grand jury. Carona on Tuesday denied any wrongdoing and vowed to stay in office.
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September 15, 2005 | Christine Hanley, Times Staff Writer
Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona said Wednesday he would ask the state attorney general to investigate a woman's accusations that he sexually assaulted her four times during his first term in office -- a charge he said he "absolutely and categorically" denies. Carona, who appeared on KCBS-TV Channel 2 and other news programs Wednesday evening but did not speak with The Times, said he was "flabbergasted" by the accusations made Tuesday by Erica Hill.
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April 5, 2008 | Christine Hanley, Times Staff Writer
Attorneys for former Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona told a judge Friday that they want the corruption case moved outside Southern California, and possibly farther, because two radio shock jocks are trying to taint the jury pool. In arguing for a change of venue, Brian A. Sun cited segments of KFI-AM (640) radio's "John and Ken Show," during which the hosts encouraged potential jurors to lie their way onto the panel and convict Carona.
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September 20, 2005 | Christine Hanley, Times Staff Writer
A high-profile criminal defense attorney filed a $5-million legal claim Monday, accusing Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona of bullying and threatening him for representing indicted former Assistant Sheriff George Jaramillo in a corruption case. In a written claim to the county clerk, Joseph G. Cavallo says the sheriff told him that if he continued to defend the former official, there would be "consequences for his lack of loyalty."
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February 7, 2007 | Garrett Therolf, Times Staff Writer
A sheriff's lieutenant filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona, alleging Carona retaliated against him for supporting a rival in last year's race to be the county's top lawman. In his 22 years in the department, Jeff Bardzik rose steadily, the lawsuit says, until he announced his support for sheriff's Lt. Bill Hunt's effort to unseat Carona.
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November 15, 2005 | Christine Hanley, Times Staff Writer
The Orange County district attorney's office is investigating donations made to the political campaign of a lieutenant who is trying to unseat his boss, two-term sheriff Michael S. Carona The investigation has fueled outrage among Lt. William Hunt and his supporters, who see the probe as being politically motivated. Carona is up for reelection next year, and the race has divided the department.
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April 6, 2006 | Christine Hanley, Times Staff Writer
A Newport Beach businessman accused of using a stock scam to funnel illegal campaign donations to Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona says in legal papers that the county's top lawman was aware of the activity. Charles H. Gabbard, the founder of CHG Safety Technologies Inc., made the accusation in court papers filed this week in a legal battle over ownership of his company. CHG lawyer John Gladych said Carona, among others, had to be aware of the scheme.
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May 21, 1998 | JEAN O. PASCO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A judge has suspended campaign expenditures by the Orange County deputy sheriff's association on behalf of Santa Ana Police Chief Paul M. Walters, who is running for sheriff against Marshal Michael S. Carona. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert H. O'Brien ruled late Tuesday that the union committed "acts that are probably prohibited" by state law.
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