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October 2, 1985
The fraud case against a North Hollywood couple who collected $28,000 on a life insurance policy after the husband was falsely reported drowned in the Philippines was dismissed. Los Angeles Municipal Judge Michael Pastor ruled after a preliminary hearing that there was not enough evidence to show that either Jose Ramirez, 42, or his wife, Luzviminda, 42, intended to defraud. Deputy Dist. Atty.
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October 2, 1985
The fraud case against a North Hollywood couple who collected $28,000 on a life insurance policy after the husband was falsely reported drowned in the Philippines was dismissed. Los Angeles Municipal Judge Michael Pastor ruled after a preliminary hearing that there was not enough evidence to show that either Jose Ramirez, 42, or his wife, Luzviminda, 42, intended to defraud. Deputy Dist. Atty.
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September 29, 1992
A Century City attorney pleaded no contest Monday to stealing more than $271,000 from a client who had appointed him as a trustee of her living trust. Kevin Quinn, 50, entered his plea to one count of grand theft as his preliminary hearing was about to begin in Los Angeles Municipal Court, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Peter Glick. The theft count also carries a special allegation that Quinn stole more than $100,000 from Frances C.
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April 13, 1995
A Norwalk Superior Court jury awarded $7,000 in punitive damages Wednesday against a former deputy district attorney for ordering the arrests of four former Pico Rivera residents 11 years ago on child molestation charges that were dismissed. The award came one day after the jury granted $7.3 million in general damages to Timothy and Helen O'Keefe and Jose Valentin and Myrna Malave, couples who once lived on the same block in Pico Rivera.
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November 7, 2002 | Jean Guccione, Times Staff Writer
A judge has ordered a 16-year-old female murder defendant who has been incarcerated in virtual isolation at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility for nearly a month be returned to a juvenile hall. Anait Msryan, who has been in custody since 2000, was transferred on Oct. 9 from juvenile hall to the sheriff's custody for fighting, gang activity and possession of contraband, including money, alcohol-based mouthwash, tongue rings and a sexual device, according to a probation official.
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April 12, 1995 | JOHN POPE and JACK CHEEVERS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Norwalk Superior Court jury awarded $7.3 million in damages Tuesday to four former Pico Rivera residents arrested by sheriff's deputies 11 years ago on child-molestation charges that were later dismissed. The award came a day after the jury ruled that deputies did not have probable cause to arrest Timothy and Helen O'Keefe and Jose Valentin and Myrna Malave in April, 1984. The two couples once lived on the same block in a tight-knit neighborhood of the town.
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April 4, 2004 | Ted Rohrlich, Times Staff Writer
A federal judge has ordered a veteran lawyer for Los Angeles County government back to school to study legal ethics. Last month, U.S. District Judge George H. King directed Peter Glick, a principal deputy in the Los Angeles County counsel's office, to complete 30 hours of "continuing legal education" in ethics, federal civil procedure and civil rights law. King issued the order after Glick directed a court official to send a $70,000 legal bill to the plaintiff in a lawsuit against the county.
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April 16, 1995 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY and JOHN POPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The pain and the tears welled up in Helen O'Keefe when she thought of what it had been like all these years--the good name lost and the fight to get it back. The court battles, one after another, for her and her husband, Tim. And for their onetime neighbors, Jose Valentin and Myrna Malave, as well. Eleven years ago, a group of young children on Planter Street in Pico Rivera accused the four adults of sexual molestation, relating tales of "dancing knives" and baby killings.
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February 10, 1992 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES ENVIRONMENTAL WRITER
Suppose all the predictions about climate change are right. What if global warming really causes sea levels to rise, flooding low-lying nations such as Bangladesh? What if the world's breadbaskets, including America, are devastated as crop-growing regions shift to more northern latitudes?
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December 23, 1996 | TED ROHRLICH and FREDRIC N. TULSKY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Two Los Angeles County women were shot to death in separate incidents in 1994 after police received warnings that they were in danger of retaliation related to murder prosecutions. One of them was an eyewitness to a gang-related murder, the other was the mother of a key witness. In the wake of their deaths, a sickened police official began a campaign to require police to do more to protect endangered witnesses and their family members.
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November 15, 1993 | CLAIRE SPIEGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The sound of taps has long faded from the cemetery where Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Nelson Yamamoto was buried last year after undergoing surgery for gunshot wounds. But the case is far from closed. For 18 months, a high-stakes criminal investigation has quietly focused on whether Yamamoto's death was caused by the gross negligence of doctors at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center.
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