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June 20, 1989 | From Times wire services
The federal judge in Oliver L. North's case today delayed Friday's sentencing of the fired Ronald Reagan White House aide until July 5 to hear defense misconduct complaints about one of North's jurors, court papers showed. U.S. District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell put off North's sentencing so that he can hold a June 28 hearing at defense lawyers' request. The hearing apparently concerns juror Tara King, who told reporters after the trial that she had once used cocaine. She said she did not use cocaine during the eight-week trial.
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January 15, 2010 | By Harriet Ryan, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles prosecutor urged a judge today to deny Roman Polanski's request to be sentenced in a three-decade-old child sex case without surrendering to U.S. authorities. In papers filed in Superior Court, Deputy Dist. Atty. David Walgren wrote that sentencing in absentia was "absolutely inappropriate" given Polanski's continued refusal to return to the U.S. Polanski "as a fugitive and convicted child rapist, must not be permitted to instruct this court how to proceed." "Mr. Polanski must surrender," the prosecutor wrote in the filing submitted to Judge Peter Espinoza in advance of a Jan. 22 hearing.
BUSINESS
June 26, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
The judge presiding over Martha Stewart's obstruction-of-justice case has postponed her sentencing for eight days so defense attorneys can file court papers, prosecutors said. Stewart, who was scheduled to be sentenced July 8, will come before U.S. District Judge Miriam Cedarbaum on July 16. Stewart faces 10 to 16 months in federal prison for obstructing a federal investigation into why she sold stock in ImClone Systems Inc. in December 2001.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 2002 | From a Times Staff Writer
The sentencing of a Ventura woman convicted of murder for participating in the 1998 slaying of a teenage girl has been delayed to allow defense attorneys time to prepare a motion for a new trial. Bridget Callahan, 30, fired her former attorney this week, days before her scheduled sentencing. She is facing a life prison term. Superior Court Judge Vincent J. O'Neill Jr. agreed to postpone the hearing to Feb.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 19, 1989 | TED JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
James Allen Hydrick, a martial arts expert and reputed escape artist who claims to have psychic powers, was sentenced Friday to 17 years in prison for molesting five Huntington Beach boys last year. Hydrick, 30, pleaded guilty to 11 counts of felony child molestation last week in a bargain with prosecutors, who agreed in turn not to seek the maximum 33-year sentence.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 25, 1989 | JERRY HICKS, Times Staff Writer
Sentencing for Cynthia Lynn Coffman and James Gregory Marlow, who received jury death verdicts for the murder of a young Redlands woman, has been postponed until Aug. 30 at the request of Coffman's attorneys. Coffman and Marlow are scheduled to be brought to Orange County from San Bernardino after sentencing to stand trial in the murder of a young Huntington Beach woman who was killed Nov. 12, 1986, just five days after the Redlands victim. Coffman attorney Donald W. Jordan Jr.
SPORTS
February 16, 1992 | From Associated Press
Boxer Mike Tyson is eligible for a suspended sentence on his rape conviction because he's a first-time offender and didn't use a deadly weapon or seriously injure his victim. "But I can tell you right now it'll be a cold day in hell before that happens," said Monica Foster, an Indianapolis defense attorney. Tyson returns to court for sentencing on March 27 at the earliest. Among the people Superior Court Judge Patricia J.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 9, 1993 | Associated Press
In a letter written to officials setting the sentencing for the two officers convicted of beating him, Rodney G. King had asked for stiff punishment to "send a message to other police officers that the savage beating of unarmed citizens . . . will no longer be tolerated," according to a published report. The San Gabriel Valley Tribune, in a copyrighted story published Sunday, quoted the letter sent to a federal probation officer before the sentencing of Sgt. Stacey C.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
A 22-year-old Los Angeles man was sentenced Monday to 26 years to life in prison for driving the getaway car in the robbery and killing of Brandon Hunche, 26, of Valencia, who had won money at Hollywood Park Casino. Anthony Duke Graham's sentencing came two months after the shooter, 31-year-old Phaynes Noble Reeda Jr. of West Los Angeles, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the Sept. 30, 2001, crimes.
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