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January 19, 1987
Former San Diego County Registrar of Voters Ray Ortiz and two co-defendants accused of stealing public funds by manipulating a county printing contract have been ordered to stand trial in Superior Court by a Municipal Court judge. Ortiz, his longtime friend Maria Caldera and election consultant Lance Gough will be arranged Jan. 30.
NEWS
July 8, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
Voting to support a county program under which some seized stray animals are sold to UC San Diego for research purposes, the San Diego City Council's Public Services and Safety Committee voted 5 to 0 to reject an animal rights group's request that the city ban the use of its animals for scientific experiments. The animal rights group, Stop Taking Our Pets, lost a similar bid last November to end the contract between the county and the university.
NEWS
July 8, 1988 | From a Times Staff Writer
Voting to support a county program under which some seized stray animals are sold to UC San Diego for research purposes, the San Diego City Council's Public Services and Safety Committee voted 5 to 0 to reject an animal rights group's request that the city ban the use of its animals for scientific experiments. The animal rights group, Stop Taking Our Pets, lost a similar bid last November to end the contract between the county and the university.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1987 | From a Times Staff Writer
After 53 days of testimony, a mistrial was declared Tuesday in the federal mail fraud case against two former high-ranking San Diego County officials and three telecommunications executives. "We can't unring the bell," said U.S. District Judge Earl B. Gilliam in making the ruling, explaining that grand jury indictments and trial testimony included prejudicial material against the defendants that, under a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, he would not have allowed.
BUSINESS
June 16, 1987 | WARREN VIETH, Times Staff Writer
It is just a homely yellow telephone box planted on a pole outside Comarco Inc.'s Anaheim headquarters, but to company Vice President Don Bailey, it represents as much as $100 million in potential future sales. For a company accustomed to designing exotic computer software to guide fighter pilots through enemy territory and to engineering the latest in U.S. weapons technology, the yellow box represents a somewhat mundane new market.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1985 | JIM SCHACHTER, Times Staff Writer
Robert Bruni doesn't have time for anything fancy. In 90 minutes this November morning, the stern-looking young attorney must advise about 30 defendants at El Cajon Municipal Court on whether to keep fighting the charges against them or accept the plea bargains that will label them criminals. The clients did not pick Bruni to be their lawyer. Many have never seen him before.
NEWS
November 2, 1995 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN and TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As Los Angeles County officials struggle to rescue their bloated, bureaucratic and financially desperate public health system, they might want to look southward. For a generation, San Diego County has made the sorts of cost-conscious moves that Los Angeles County is only now reluctantly considering in response to a crisis brought on by deep cuts in public funding.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1987 | From a Times Staff Writer
After 53 days of testimony, a mistrial was declared Tuesday in the federal mail fraud case against two former high-ranking San Diego County officials and three telecommunications executives. "We can't unring the bell," said U.S. District Judge Earl B. Gilliam in making the ruling, explaining that grand jury indictments and trial testimony included prejudicial material against the defendants that, under a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, he would not have allowed.
NEWS
January 19, 1987
Former San Diego County Registrar of Voters Ray Ortiz and two co-defendants accused of stealing public funds by manipulating a county printing contract have been ordered to stand trial in Superior Court by a Municipal Court judge. Ortiz, his longtime friend Maria Caldera and election consultant Lance Gough will be arranged Jan. 30.
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