Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsRoberta Ralph
IN THE NEWS

Roberta Ralph

FEATURED ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1988 | KENNETH REICH, Times Staff Writer
After 12 years on the bench, Superior Court Judge Roberta Ralph is under attack, challenged for reelection by a candidate rated "well qualified" by the Los Angeles County Bar Assn., while the Bar rates Ralph as only "qualified." Bar officials, however, will not explain why they decided to downgrade Ralph from the "well qualified" rating they gave her when she first ran to "qualified" this time, and her opponent, Encino attorney Harvey A.
ARTICLES BY DATE
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1988 | KENNETH REICH, Times Staff Writer
After 12 years on the bench, Superior Court Judge Roberta Ralph is under attack, challenged for reelection by a candidate rated "well qualified" by the Los Angeles County Bar Assn., while the Bar rates Ralph as only "qualified." Bar officials, however, will not explain why they decided to downgrade Ralph from the "well qualified" rating they gave her when she first ran to "qualified" this time, and her opponent, Encino attorney Harvey A.
Advertisement
NEWS
February 16, 1986
A former late-night disc jockey for country music radio station KLAC was placed on five years' probation for trying to recruit a listener and her 7-year-old daughter to perform in pornographic movies. Carlton (Corky) Mayberry, 45, was also sentenced by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Roberta Ralph to 60 days in jail, but the judge waived the jail time because Mayberry has already spent almost two months in prison undergoing diagnostic tests.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 1985 | PAUL FELDMAN, Times Staff Writer
A former late-night disc jockey for country music radio station KLAC was convicted Thursday of pandering charges for trying to recruit a 26-year-old listener and her 7-year-old daughter to perform sex acts in pornographic films. Carlton (Corky) Mayberry, 46, who will be sentenced by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Roberta Ralph on Sept.
NEWS
September 13, 2001
A partial list of victims aboard United Air Lines Flight 175 (Boston to Los Angeles), which crashed into the World Trade Center south tower at 9:05 a.m. Tuesday. Passengers * Alona Abraham, Israel * Garnet Bailey, Lynnfield, Mass. * Mark Bavis, W. Newton, Mass. * Graham Berkeley * Klaus Bothe, Germany * Touri Bolourchi, Brentwood * Daniel Brandhorst, Hollywood * Dadid Brandhorst, Hollywood * John Cahill, Wellesley, Mass.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1988 | KENNETH REICH, Times Staff Writer
The Los Angeles County Bar Assn. on Wednesday released its ratings of candidates in judicial elections in the June primary, finding a sitting Superior Court judge and two Municipal Court judges "not qualified" for the bench, but refusing to specifically say why. The Bar ratings also give some contenders for judicial positions better ratings than others with designations of "well qualified," "qualified" or "not qualified." But its most controversial decisions involve sitting judges.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1988
Primary Election, June 7, 1988 The Candidates (As a general policy, The Times does not usually endorse candidates in partisan primary elections. We will, however, express a preference in most contests before the November general election.) Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors 2nd District--Kenneth Hahn 4th District--Deane Dana 5th District--Don Wallace District Attorney: Ira Reiner Judges of the Superior Court Office No. 1--Jerold A. Krieger Office No. 3--Jewell (Judi) Jones Office No.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1987 | STEPHANIE O'NEILL, Times Staff Writer
A prosecutor said Wednesday he will prove that a former Glendale travel agency operator embezzled more than $300,000 from two airlines by taking advantage of a complicated system airlines use for selling tickets through travel agencies. Anoop Bhatia, 31, of Granada Hills stole more than $235,000 from Western Air Lines and more than $70,000 from United Airlines, Deputy Dist. Atty. Timothy Browne said.
NEWS
November 19, 1987 | STEPHANIE O'NEILL, Times Staff Writer
A prosecutor told a Los Angeles Superior Court jury Wednesday he will prove that a former Glendale travel agency operator embezzled more than $300,000 from two airlines by taking advantage of a complicated system airlines use for selling tickets through travel agencies. Anoop Bhatia, 31, of Granada Hills stole more than $235,000 from Western Air Lines and more than $70,000 from United Airlines, Deputy Dist. Atty. Timothy Browne said.
OPINION
June 5, 1988
(As a general policy, The Times does not usually endorse candidates in partisan primary elections. We will, however, express a preference in most contests before the November general election.) Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors 2nd District--Kenneth Hahn 4th District--Deane Dana 5th District--Don Wallace District Attorney: Ira Reiner Judges of the Superior Court Office No. 1--Jerold A. Krieger Office No. 3--Jewell (Judi) Jones Office No. 4--Terry Smerling Office No. 10--Reginald A.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|