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December 1, 1988 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
Slumlord Robert W. Morrison, already facing considerable jail time, was sentenced to two years more in custody Wednesday for Health and Safety Code violations at an apartment building he owns in South-Central Los Angeles. Los Angeles Municipal Judge Lois Smaltz ordered Morrison, 59, to begin serving his sentence immediately. But the Sherman Oaks man, who represented himself during the trial, immediately filed a notice of appeal. Smaltz set bail at $50,000.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 1, 1988 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
Slumlord Robert W. Morrison, already facing considerable jail time, was sentenced to two years more in custody Wednesday for Health and Safety Code violations at an apartment building he owns in South-Central Los Angeles. Los Angeles Municipal Judge Lois Smaltz ordered Morrison, 59, to begin serving his sentence immediately. But the Sherman Oaks man, who represented himself during the trial, immediately filed a notice of appeal. Smaltz set bail at $50,000.
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November 24, 1988
A Los Angeles Municipal Court jury convicted a Sherman Oaks man on four new counts of misdemeanor health and safety violations for keeping a Los Angeles property in slum-like conditions. Robert W. Morrison, 59, had previously been convicted on five similar counts by another Municipal Court jury, which deadlocked on several other counts. That led to the further charges on which Morrison was convicted.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 1988 | EDWIN CHEN, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles Municipal Court jury Wednesday convicted a Sherman Oaks man on four new counts of misdemeanor health and safety violations for keeping a Los Angeles property in slum-like conditions. Robert W. Morrison, 59, had previously been convicted on five similar counts by another Municipal Court jury, which deadlocked on several other counts. That led to the further charges on which Morrison was convicted Wednesday. Also on Wednesday, City Atty. James K.
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