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June 23, 1994 | SHERYL STOLBERG and JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Breaking a week of silence, the judge who has come under fire for allegedly letting O.J. Simpson off too easily on a 1989 charge of wife beating defended himself Wednesday, saying he gave the football star-turned-murder-suspect "almost exactly" what prosecutors asked for and was not "star-struck." Municipal Judge Ronald R.
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June 23, 1994 | SHERYL STOLBERG and JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Breaking a week of silence, the judge who has come under fire for allegedly letting O.J. Simpson off too easily on a 1989 charge of wife beating defended himself Wednesday, saying he gave the football star-turned-murder-suspect "almost exactly" what prosecutors asked for and was not "star-struck." Municipal Judge Ronald R.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 10, 1995
A man accused of harassing his neighbors with racially disparaging remarks was ordered Tuesday to move out of his Los Feliz-area condominium after he pleaded no contest to spitting on another condo owner. Los Angeles Municipal Judge Ronald R. Schoenberg gave Dale Joseph Dreyer, 51, until Dec. 8 to move out of his condo unit. Dreyer was also sentenced to three months in jail.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 2000
Gov. Gray Davis on Wednesday appointed two court commissioners--Jane L. Johnson and Diana M. Wheatley--to the Los Angeles Superior Court. Johnson, 58, a commissioner in the Superior Court's family law department since 1997, will fill the office vacated by Judge Ronald R. Schoenberg, who retired. A graduate of Mt. St. Mary's College and Loyola Law School, Johnson has chaired the executive committee of the county bar association's litigation section.
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February 5, 1987 | NANCY GRAHAM, Times Staff Writer
Judges in Westside courts have been given new posts as part of a rotation of judicial assignments that occurs each year. Judge Leonard S. Wolf has been named supervising judge of Santa Monica Superior Court, succeeding Judge Raymond Choate. Judge James A. Albracht has been transferred from Van Nuys Superior Court to Santa Monica. Albracht replaces Judge David D. Perez, who has been reassigned to Van Nuys. Albracht of Malibu Canyon is a graduate of the UCLA School of Law.
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March 23, 1985 | MYRNA OLIVER, Times Staff Writer
The 2nd District Court of Appeal Friday reversed the second-degree murder and mutilation conviction of reputed "Israeli Mafia" member Joseph Zakaria, 33, in connection with the 1979 dismemberment slayings of a North Hollywood couple in the downtown Bonaventure. Jurors had convicted Zakaria of assisting in the murder of Esther Ruven, 22, and dismembering her body and that of her husband, Eli, 23, but could not reach a decision about whether Zakaria killed the husband.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1996 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The University of Southern California and the heirs of Arnold Schoenberg have found some common ground in their long-running battle over the school's treatment of the eminent composer and the massive, world-renowned collection of his scores, artifacts and papers. The collection still will be pulled from USC--and probably from Southern California--but a settlement reached Wednesday puts an end to the ongoing legal battles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1997 | JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just days after a civil court jury found O.J. Simpson liable for two murders, Los Angeles city attorney candidate Ted Stein suggested Thursday that if his opponent had done a better job prosecuting Simpson for domestic violence in 1989, "perhaps Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman might be alive today." Stein said incumbent City Atty. James K. Hahn should have lobbied harder to send Simpson to jail seven years ago when he pleaded no contest to beating his wife.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 28, 1996 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Arnold Schoenberg collection, donated to USC in 1973 by the famous composer's heirs, was supposed to be a Southern California cultural archive for the ages. But now that the collection will be leaving USC--after disagreements between the university and the heirs over the treatment of the massive cache of scores, manuscripts, photos and memorabilia--the Schoenberg family says the search for permanent security for the Schoenberg Institute will most likely lead to Europe.
NEWS
June 23, 1994 | CARLA HALL and ANDREA FORD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As police released new details of a stormy encounter between a jealous O.J. Simpson and his ex-wife late last year, lawyers defending the football legend were allowed to examine detailed evidence in the double murder case against him, including coroner's photos, tissue and blood samples and tapes of an unusual three-hour interview he gave investigators the day after the killings.
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June 23, 1994 | JOSH MEYER and ANDREA FORD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
On tapes released Wednesday by the Los Angeles Police Department, O.J. Simpson's ex-wife is heard crying and pleading for help as a man identified as Simpson furiously screams obscenities in the background after breaking down her door. "Can you get someone over here now? . . . He's back. Please. He's O.J. Simpson. I think you know his record. . . . He showed up again. Could you just send somebody over here? He's in a white Bronco. But first of all, he broke the back door down to get in. . . .
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