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October 26, 1987 | ROBERT W. STEWART, Times Staff Writer
Just a mention of the Public Justice Foundation sometimes is enough to crack the legal profession's veneer of professional courtesy. "They really know how to manage the press," said Assistant Los Angeles County Counsel Frederick R. Bennett, who has fought--and lost--several cases filed by the unconventional, two-man, public-interest law firm. "I think that's been their strongest point." Said another lawyer of Timothy B.
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October 26, 1987 | ROBERT W. STEWART, Times Staff Writer
Just a mention of the Public Justice Foundation sometimes is enough to crack the legal profession's veneer of professional courtesy. "They really know how to manage the press," said Assistant Los Angeles County Counsel Frederick R. Bennett, who has fought--and lost--several cases filed by the unconventional, two-man, public-interest law firm. "I think that's been their strongest point." Said another lawyer of Timothy B.
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April 16, 1986 | TED VOLLMER, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles County Jail inmates showing signs of mental illness will be segregated from other prisoners and receive prompt treatment--including hospitalization--under an out-of-court settlement reached Tuesday between civil rights lawyers and the Board of Supervisors. The unanimously approved agreement ends a 7-year-old class-action lawsuit that had been scheduled to go to trial today before Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Christian Markey, who now is expected to approve the settlement.
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December 22, 1987 | ROBERT W. STEWART, Times Staff Writer
Just a mention of the Public Justice Foundation sometimes is enough to crack the legal profession's veneer of professional courtesy. "They really know how to manage the press," said Assistant Los Angeles County Counsel Frederick R. Bennett, who has fought--and lost--several cases filed by the unconventional, two-man, public-interest law firm. "I think that's been their strongest point." Another lawyer said of Timothy B.
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