Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsSandra S Froman
IN THE NEWS

Sandra S Froman

FEATURED ARTICLES
NATIONAL
April 15, 2005 | Scott Gold, Times Staff Writer
Sandra S. Froman's love affair with guns -- or, more specifically, with what she feels is her constitutional right to own guns -- dates back about 25 years, to a fateful night in the Hollywood Hills. Then a lawyer at Loeb & Loeb in Los Angeles, she was living alone when a man tried to break into her house. Though he never made it inside, "I was obviously very scared," she said in an interview Thursday. "It was one of those epiphanies. What would have happened if he had gotten in?
ARTICLES BY DATE
NATIONAL
April 15, 2005 | Scott Gold, Times Staff Writer
Sandra S. Froman's love affair with guns -- or, more specifically, with what she feels is her constitutional right to own guns -- dates back about 25 years, to a fateful night in the Hollywood Hills. Then a lawyer at Loeb & Loeb in Los Angeles, she was living alone when a man tried to break into her house. Though he never made it inside, "I was obviously very scared," she said in an interview Thursday. "It was one of those epiphanies. What would have happened if he had gotten in?
Advertisement
NATIONAL
July 12, 2009 | David G. Savage and James Oliphant
When Judge Sonia Sotomayor goes before a Senate committee this week, she will be pressed to answer a question that has lingered since President Obama nominated her for the Supreme Court. If given a lifetime appointment, will she be a justice who views the law through a liberal lens shaped by her Latino heritage? Or will she follow her long track record as a moderate judge who sticks to the facts and the law regardless of the outcome?
Los Angeles Times Articles
|