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April 17, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Thomas Gioiosa, who once lived with Cincinnati Reds Manager Pete Rose and his family, pleaded innocent today to federal charges of tax evasion and conspiracy to distribute cocaine. U.S. Magistrate Robert Steinberg allowed Gioiosa, 31, to remain free on bond. If convicted, Gioiosa could face maximum penalties of 38 years in prison and $2 million in fines. The five-count federal indictment accuses Gioiosa of income-tax evasion for the years 1985 and '86, and charges that he conspired to arrange cocaine deliveries from Florida to Cincinnati between January, 1985, and January, 1987.
May 13, 1990
Robert Steinberg's letter criticizing The Times' coverage of the Culver City election is an outrage (Times, May 6). The Times should be praised for being first to report the story on the illegal use of the Measure I petitions by its opponents. If there were a Pulitzer Prize for local journalism, The Times deserves consideration here. Your paper out-covered a daily and a Culver City-based paper on this important story. Mr. Steinberg accuses the Times of "half-truths and innuendoes" but fails to make his case.
June 28, 1987
Larry R. Feldman, a plaintiff's lawyer and former president of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Assn., will become president of the Los Angeles County Bar Assn. July 1. With 20,000 members, the group is the nation's largest local Bar association. Also elected were Margaret M. Morrow, president-elect; Harry L. Hathaway, senior vice president; Patrick M. Kelly, vice president, and six new trustees, Josie Gonzalez, Otto M. Kaus, Roderick W. Leonard, Harvey I. Saferstein, Charles D.
May 17, 1985
Beverly Hills attorney Robert K. Steinberg pleaded no contest today to one count of criminal contempt for having refused to answer any questions in court dealing with the purported Vicki Morgan "sex tapes." Steinberg, who had attracted national attention in 1983 when he announced he had obtained videotapes showing sadomasochistic sex parties involving Morgan and Reagan Administration appointees, never produced the tapes.
March 5, 1995 | from Associated Press
A 16-year-old sought in the shooting deaths of his parents was arrested early Saturday in Missouri after apparently running out of gas 900 miles from home. Jeffrey Howorth walked out of woods and surrendered to police about 1 a.m. The family car he allegedly took after the murders was found abandoned late Friday on Interstate 70 near Williamsburg, Mo., police said.
April 3, 1989 | From Times wire services
A man identified in news reports as a central figure in an investigation that led to a gambling investigation of Cincinnati Reds Manager Pete Rose announced today his intention of pleading guilty to federal charges of cocaine distribution and lying on an income tax return. Ronald Peters, 31, made public his intent to plead guilty at a hearing before U.S. Magistrate Robert Steinberg in U.S. District Court. Peters was released afterward on a $5,000 recognizance bond and is to appear before a U.S.
April 28, 1985
California universities have made an impressive showing with the election of 17 professors to the National Academy of Sciences. The academy selects 60 new members each year, and election is considered one of the highest honors that can be accorded an American scientist or engineer. The University of California, Berkeley, UCLA and Caltech each had four who won honors. Only the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with six, had more.
January 26, 1985
Attorney Robert K. Steinberg, accused of falsely reporting a theft of what he described as Vicki Morgan "sex tapes," has won dismissal of his indictment on the charge by the Los Angeles County Grand Jury. But he still faces trial in Beverly Hills Municipal Court on a companion criminal complaint filed by the district attorney. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James N.
March 2, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Arbitrator Rules in Favor of Utility: An arbitrator dismissed objections by union workers that a new job category being created by Southern California Gas Co. would violate a 1991 "pay equity" agreement to end wage discrimination against female employees. The Los Angeles arbitrator, Robert D. Steinberg, upheld the company's plan to add a lower-paid category of customer service representatives. The company said the ruling will enable it to provide better service.
March 4, 1995 | From Times Wire Services
Police searched Friday for a 16-year-old boy suspected of killing his parents and fleeing in the family car, just days after two skinheads were arrested for killing their parents in a nearby town. Jeffrey Howorth was missing with a car belonging to his parents, George Howorth, 46, and Sue Howorth, 48. They were found shot to death Thursday in their home in this suburb of Allentown in eastern Pennsylvania. Jeffrey Howorth, a member of the swim team at Emmaus High School, was last seen at 4 p.m.
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