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August 30, 1991 | From Associated Press
A jury has awarded more than $1 million in damages to a Santa Clara County prosecutor who was suspended just before an election in which he ran against the then-district attorney's choice of successor. The prosecutor, Julius Finkelstein, was suspended after being accused of leaking a confidential memo to a newspaper about a past reprimand of his opponent. A six-member jury found Thursday that the accusation had been false and had damaged Finkelstein. The county and former Dist. Atty.
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August 30, 1991 | From Associated Press
A jury has awarded more than $1 million in damages to a Santa Clara County prosecutor who was suspended just before an election in which he ran against the then-district attorney's choice of successor. The prosecutor, Julius Finkelstein, was suspended after being accused of leaking a confidential memo to a newspaper about a past reprimand of his opponent. A six-member jury found Thursday that the accusation had been false and had damaged Finkelstein. The county and former Dist. Atty.
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SPORTS
November 8, 1990 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bay Area future of the San Francisco Giants became clouded again Wednesday when tabulations showed that voters in five Santa Clara County communities had narrowly rejected a 1% utility tax that would have financed a 45,000-seat stadium for the Giants in Santa Clara. This was the third ballot rejection for the Giants in the last four years, following the refusal of San Francisco voters to approve a downtown stadium in 1987 and again in 1989.
NEWS
June 7, 1988
Santa Clara County Supervisor Tom Legan, acquitted on charges that he molested his daughter, conducted a one-day campaign for reelection by comparing himself to "Rocky" and predicting a victory. Legan, surrounded by several aides at his office, said he had collected $40,000 in campaign pledges over the weekend from supporters. "Now that I've proven my innocence in court, I think the voters are going to go to the polls and reaffirm their belief in our system," Legan said.
SPORTS
November 8, 1990 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bay Area future of the San Francisco Giants became clouded again Wednesday when tabulations showed that voters in five Santa Clara County communities had narrowly rejected a 1% utility tax that would have financed a 45,000-seat stadium for the Giants in Santa Clara. This was the third ballot rejection for the Giants in the last four years, following the refusal of San Francisco voters to approve a downtown stadium in 1987 and again in 1989.
NEWS
June 7, 1988
Santa Clara County Supervisor Tom Legan, acquitted on charges that he molested his daughter, conducted a one-day campaign for reelection by comparing himself to "Rocky" and predicting a victory. Legan, surrounded by several aides at his office, said he had collected $40,000 in campaign pledges over the weekend from supporters. "Now that I've proven my innocence in court, I think the voters are going to go to the polls and reaffirm their belief in our system," Legan said.
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