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May 13, 2003 | H.G.Reza, Times Staff Writer
An autopsy performed Monday on the body of a baby boy who had been on life support most of his short life was inconclusive, and more tests are needed to determine whether 20-month-old Christopher Ibarra was a victim of murder. The boy's father, Moises Ibarra, is being held at Orange County Jail on suspicion of child abuse and could be charged with murder if authorities determine that the injuries he allegedly inflicted on his son caused his death. Monday's autopsy by Dr.
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January 11, 2003 | Mai Tran and Scott Martelle, Times Staff Writers
An Orange County judge on Friday ordered two Placentia children allegedly abandoned by their mother for nearly three weeks to remain in protective custody as officials investigate reports that the 31-year-old woman had left her daughter and son alone on at least one other occasion. Deputy Dist. Atty. Karen Schatzle said she may file additional charges against Janet Chen, 31, because of a separate incident. She said the investigation was incomplete and she could not discuss details.
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February 15, 1997 | KIMBERLY SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern Baptist pastor the Rev. Wiley S. Drake pleaded not guilty Friday in Fullerton Municipal Court to nine misdemeanor charges that he is illegally sheltering homeless people on church property and refused to evict them from the grounds during court-arranged mediation efforts. In a 25-minute meeting in chambers, North Orange County Municipal Judge Richard E.
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February 15, 1997 | KIMBERLY SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern Baptist Pastor Wiley S. Drake on Friday pleaded not guilty in Municipal Court to nine misdemeanor charges that he had sheltered homeless people in violation of municipal codes and said he will refuse to kick them off church property during mediation efforts arranged by the judge. In a 25-minute meeting in chambers, Judge Richard E.
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May 29, 1986
Most people know what qualities a good judge should have. The problem that voters face in the low-profile judicial elections is determining who has them, because the voters seldom know the candidates or anything about them. That is a particular problem in the races on this June's ballot. The results of a recent Orange County Bar Assn. poll of members indicated that even the legal community knows little about most of the 18 people seeking seats on the bench.
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March 31, 1994 | WILLSON CUMMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Fullerton man who pleaded no contest to charges that he killed a neighbor's dog by taping its mouth shut was sentenced Wednesday to 60 days' confinement and ordered to make restitution by buying food for dogs owned by people with AIDS. Municipal Judge Richard E. Behn also sentenced Robert Steven Sakall, 39, to 250 hours of community service and three years of probation. The community service should be related to the care of animals, Behn said.
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September 18, 1999 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An apartment owner described as Anaheim's most notorious slumlord has begun serving a 300-day jail sentence, the toughest ever handed down for building code violations in that city. Amrit K. Bhandari, 59, convicted five times since 1989 for failure to keep his rental properties up to Anaheim code standards, was supposed to begin his jail term two years ago today.. But he remained free until he finally exhausted his appeals. "People like Mr.
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November 5, 1986 | JERRY HICKS, Times Staff Writer
Deputy Dist. Atty. William W. Bedsworth took the lead in early returns Tuesday night against Harbor Municipal Court Commissioner Robert H. Gallivan in the only Superior Court race in Orange County. Bedsworth led 52% to Gallivan's 48%. In North Municipal Court, Judge Betty L. Elias, the only incumbent forced into a November runoff, took a solid lead in early returns with 56% of the vote to 44% for Santa Ana attorney James A. Bates. Riverside Deputy Dist. Atty. Roger B.
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October 27, 1986 | JERRY HICKS, Times Staff Writer
The excitement in the Orange County Municipal Court campaigns was supposed to be generated in North Court, the only place where an incumbent judge is facing a challenger in the Nov. 4 election and the site of two of the county's three Municipal Court races. But it's in Central Municipal Court, where two prosecutors are vying for the seat vacated by Bobby Youngblood, that the campaign jabs have barbed-wire edges. Orange County Deputy Dist. Atty. James M.
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July 22, 2001 | STUART PFEIFER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what are believed to be the first legal challenges over how Proposition 36 is enforced in court, prosecutors in Anaheim have filed seven appeals accusing judges of authorizing drug treatment for defendants whose crimes they say are not covered by the initiative.
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