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September 25, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The House Judiciary Committee, drafting an anti-crime package, rejected a Bush Administration proposal to allow the use in court of evidence seized in warrantless searches if federal agents or police thought they were acting in good faith. Instead, the panel adopted a provision allowing the use of improperly seized evidence if agents who executed a search warrant thought they were following proper procedure. In another blow to the Administration's anti-crime program, the U.S.
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January 19, 2008 | Scott Glover, Times Staff Writer
A federal judge in Los Angeles who was reprimanded for official misconduct last year could face a harsher punishment -- or be cleared of the charges altogether -- after a ruling this week by a panel of fellow judges. The ruling by the Judicial Conference Committee on Judicial Conduct and Disability in Washington, D.C., came in the case of U.S. District Court Judge Manuel L. Real.
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January 19, 2008 | Scott Glover, Times Staff Writer
A federal judge in Los Angeles who was reprimanded for official misconduct last year could face a harsher punishment -- or be cleared of the charges altogether -- after a ruling this week by a panel of fellow judges. The ruling by the Judicial Conference Committee on Judicial Conduct and Disability in Washington, D.C., came in the case of U.S. District Court Judge Manuel L. Real.
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September 25, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The House Judiciary Committee, drafting an anti-crime package, rejected a Bush Administration proposal to allow the use in court of evidence seized in warrantless searches if federal agents or police thought they were acting in good faith. Instead, the panel adopted a provision allowing the use of improperly seized evidence if agents who executed a search warrant thought they were following proper procedure. In another blow to the Administration's anti-crime program, the U.S.
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