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September 6, 1990 | CAROL McGRAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles district attorney's office has dropped a suit filed against an attorney it accused of overbilling the county while representing indigent defendants, officials said. The civil case against Richard Orozco, a Fullerton attorney and former Orange County municipal judge, was to have gone to trial this week. But new evidence presented last week by the defense "made it evident we could not proceed in the case against him," said Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard Healey.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1990 | CAROL McGRAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles district attorney's office has dropped a suit filed against an attorney it accused of overbilling the county while representing indigent defendants, officials said. The civil case against Richard Orozco, a Fullerton attorney and former Orange County municipal judge, was to have gone to trial this week. But new evidence presented last week by the defense "made it evident we could not proceed in the case against him," said Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard Healey.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1990 | CAROL McGRAW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The district attorney's office has dropped a suit filed against a lawyer it accused of overbilling the county while representing indigent defendants, officials said. The civil case against Richard Orozco, a Fullerton lawyer and former Orange County municipal judge, was to have gone to trial this week, but new evidence presented last week by the defense "made it evident we could not proceed in the case against him," Deputy Dist. Atty. Richard B. Healey said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1987 | JANE APPLEGATE, Times Staff Writer
Despite the recent murder of Jimmy Lee Casino and persistent tax problems, the Mustang topless bar's legal owner said Friday that he is doing everything possible to keep the Santa Ana establishment open for business. On Thursday night, just hours after private funeral services were held for Casino in West Covina, Page and Saber were on stage, dancing topless at the Mustang. Michael O. Walsh, president of Fortune Investment Inc.
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May 23, 1986 | PAUL FELDMAN, Times Staff Writer
Six Los Angeles defense attorneys have agreed to settlements totaling $129,500 for allegedly overbilling the county while representing indigent defendants, the district attorney's office announced Thursday. In addition, the prosecutor's office has filed civil lawsuits against three other court-appointed defense attorneys who have refused to repay alleged overcharges of $58,000. The actions come 14 months after county Auditor-Controller Mark H.
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November 13, 1986 | CARMEN VALENCIA, Times Staff Writer
In a plan that could greatly expand the scope of commercial redevelopment, the City Council this week adopted a survey area of properties to be studied for possible revitalization. Adoption of the survey area--which includes scattered parcels throughout the city--is the first step in a months-long process toward establishing the city's second redevelopment project.
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December 10, 1990 | TAMMERLIN DRUMMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tustin High School students had gathered in the gymnasium to watch an "air guitar" competition between a black group performing Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation and a white group lip-synching the Rolling Stone's "Start Up," when things turned ugly. After an announcement that the Rolling Stone routine had won first place, groups of blacks and whites seated in the bleachers suddenly began calling each other "honkies" and "niggers."
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May 20, 1990 | JESSE KATZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Early in the morning of May 7, while most of Los Angeles County Jail was still asleep, Arthur James Crespin sat in the dark of Cell D-17 and methodically braided his bedsheet into a noose. The former La Puente construction worker, who by his own count had been arrested 32 times, was once again behind bars--this time for trying to procure $4,000 in cash with the help of a stolen American Express card.
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