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April 4, 1996
Gov. Pete Wilson on Wednesday named attorney Jamoa A. Moberly as judge in Harbor Municipal Court. Moberly, 44, of Irvine, has been a partner in the Newport Beach firm of Schell & Delamer since 1990. She was an associate in the firm for nine years before that. Moberly worked for two other law firms after graduating from University of California Hastings College of Law in 1976. She received her bachelor's degree from UC San Diego in 1972.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 1996
Gov. Pete Wilson on Wednesday named attorney Jamoa A. Moberly as judge in Harbor Municipal Court. Moberly, 44, of Irvine, has been a partner in the Newport Beach firm of Schell & Delamer since 1990. She was an associate in the firm for nine years before that. Moberly worked for two other law firms after graduating from University of California Hastings College of Law in 1976. She received her bachelor's degree from UC San Diego in 1972.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1996 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A rare election-time judicial opening at South Orange County Municipal Court has drawn a crowded field of six candidates on the March 26 ballot, the same day voters countywide will choose among nine other candidates competing for three open Superior Court posts. As in years past, most incumbent judges facing reelection will run unopposed. The field includes 22 Superior Court judges and 13 Municipal Court judges from the county's north, west, central and harbor branches.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1986 | KENNETH F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
San Clemente attorney William R. Froeberg was given a gubernatorial appointment Friday to the central Orange County Municipal Court. Froeberg, 36, a south Orange County lawyer whose wife, Julie, is chief of staff for Republican state Sen. Marian Bergeson of Newport Beach, replaces Judge Eugene C. Langhauser, who retired. Froeberg said he learned Thursday that Gov. George Deukmejian had chosen him for a judgeship.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1986
El Monte's city attorney, Sidney Maleck, 62, of Fullerton, was appointed Monday to the West Orange County Municipal Court bench in Westminster. The appointment, made by Gov. George Deukmejian, will fill the vacancy left when Municipal Court Judge Kathleen O'Leary was promoted to the Orange County Superior Court bench. Maleck has been El Monte's city attorney since 1977 and attorney for the El Monte Community Redevelopment Agency since 1978.
NEWS
March 18, 1985
"Robert has organic brain damage. I have seen Robert on my short time on the bench approximately eight or nine times for minor offenses, often accompanied by failures to appear, because Robert can't remember where the courthouse is. . . . "We sent him to a residential treatment program in San Francisco, because they promised us they would take him. Because he had other problems and . . . his (medication) wore off, they took one look at him and Robert was not acceptable to the program.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1996 | ANNA CEKOLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A rare election-time judicial opening at South Orange County Municipal Court has drawn a crowded field of six candidates on the March 26 ballot, the same day voters countywide will choose among nine other candidates competing for three open Superior Court posts. As in years past, most incumbent judges facing reelection will run unopposed. The field includes 22 Superior Court judges and 13 Municipal Court judges from the county's north, west, central and harbor branches.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Eight participants in the county's two drug court programs will graduate tonight and have their charges dismissed. The graduation marks the culmination of an intensive 12- to 18-month drug rehabilitation program mandated by the Orange County Municipal courts in Santa Ana and Laguna Niguel. The program, called Drug Court Clinic, tries to get nonviolent drug addicts to kick their habit and erase their criminal charges. Orange County Superior Court Judge David T.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 27, 1985 | MARK LANDSBAUM, Times Staff Writer
Orange County Sheriff's deputies culminated two months of investigation with the arrest of 14 people early Thursday on suspicion of drug sales, a department spokesman said. Carrying felony arrest warrants issued by judges in four Orange County municipal courts, 27 deputies, in some cases accompanied by local police, made the arrests after dawn at residences in Laguna Niguel, San Juan Capistrano, San Clemente, Dana Point, Mission Viejo and Huntington Beach, according to sheriff's spokesman Lt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1986
El Monte's city attorney, Sidney Maleck, 62, of Fullerton, was appointed Monday to the West Orange County Municipal Court bench in Westminster. The appointment, made by Gov. George Deukmejian, will fill the vacancy left when Municipal Court Judge Kathleen O'Leary was promoted to the Orange County Superior Court bench. Maleck has been El Monte's city attorney since 1977 and attorney for the El Monte Community Redevelopment Agency since 1978.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1986 | KENNETH F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
San Clemente attorney William R. Froeberg was given a gubernatorial appointment Friday to the central Orange County Municipal Court. Froeberg, 36, a south Orange County lawyer whose wife, Julie, is chief of staff for Republican state Sen. Marian Bergeson of Newport Beach, replaces Judge Eugene C. Langhauser, who retired. Froeberg said he learned Thursday that Gov. George Deukmejian had chosen him for a judgeship.
NEWS
March 18, 1985
"Robert has organic brain damage. I have seen Robert on my short time on the bench approximately eight or nine times for minor offenses, often accompanied by failures to appear, because Robert can't remember where the courthouse is. . . . "We sent him to a residential treatment program in San Francisco, because they promised us they would take him. Because he had other problems and . . . his (medication) wore off, they took one look at him and Robert was not acceptable to the program.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 1997 | JEAN O. PASCO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Michael Berlant of Irvine was in Singapore on business during the November election and got tired staying up late to phone home trying to get an absentee ballot. So he fired up his computer, popped onto the Internet and voila. "Lo and behold, the exact information I needed was in my hand in less than two minutes," Berlant wrote in a thankful e-mail message to Joshua Wallingford, Web master for the county's increasingly popular home page on the World Wide Web.
NEWS
October 13, 1994 | SUSAN MARQUEZ OWEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An appellate court ruling paves the way for Orange County to reissue arrest warrants for more than 100,000 traffic offenders who have failed to show up for court since 1989, court officials said Wednesday. The ruling, which reverses an earlier judgment by the county's Superior Court, will allow the county to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars. "Now we have a chance to collect all those fines," said Orange County Municipal Judge Ronald P. Kreber in Laguna Niguel.
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