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March 7, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge appointed an additional lawyer Monday to help defend Night Stalker suspect Richard Ramirez, bringing to three the number of defense lawyers in the case. The appointment of Ray C. Clark was announced by Judge Michael A. Tynan as testimony resumed in the case after a two-week hiatus because of nervous exhaustion on the part of lead defense lawyer Daniel V. Hernandez. Clark's appointment means that the public cost of the much-delayed trial--about $1.
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July 25, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
A lawyer for accused Night Stalker Richard Ramirez urged jurors Monday to "get over the blood and gore" and to exercise reason as they begin deliberating his client's guilt or innocence. "Mr. Ramirez has the right . . . to require the people, the government, to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt and moral certainty," attorney Ray G. Clark told the panel as the defense began its closing arguments in the six-month-long serial murder trial.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
A lawyer for accused Night Stalker Richard Ramirez urged jurors Monday to "get over the blood and gore" and to exercise reason as they begin deliberating his client's guilt or innocence. "Mr. Ramirez has the right . . . to require the people, the government, to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt and moral certainty," attorney Ray G. Clark told the panel as the defense began its closing arguments in the six-month-long serial murder trial.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1989 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge appointed an additional lawyer Monday to help defend Night Stalker suspect Richard Ramirez, bringing to three the number of defense lawyers in the case. The appointment of Ray C. Clark was announced by Judge Michael A. Tynan as testimony resumed in the case after a two-week hiatus because of nervous exhaustion on the part of lead defense lawyer Daniel V. Hernandez. Clark's appointment means that the public cost of the much-delayed trial--about $1.
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