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L.A. NOWL.A.County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley filed drunk-driving charges against the son of City Council President Herb Wesson....
L.A. NOWLos Angeles County district attorney candidate Jackie Lacey’s campaign was quick to blast her opponent, Alan Jackson, for having taken campaign contributions from a convicted felon who served prison time for his role in a multimillion-dollar...
L.A. NOWFormer L.A. City Controller Laura Chick said in an open letter Tuesday that she didn't believe voters should support City Atty. Carmen Trutanich in his reelection bid, calling him a "liar and demagogue."...
L.A. NOWIn the first major endorsement of his campaign, Los Angeles mayoral candidate Kevin James said Thursday he has secured the backing of Los Angeles County Dist. Atty Steve Cooley....
Just two years ago, a City Hall scandal in Bell touched off a round of community anger amid the working-class cities that hug the 710 Freeway in southeast Los Angeles County. Finally, local activists thought, their elected representatives would straighten...
Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES -- Promising to lead “without regard to politics or partisanship," Jackie Lacey was sworn in Monday as Los Angeles County’s first female and first African American district attorney. Lacey, 55, giggled briefly as she raised her right hand for...
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Los Angeles TimesSACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown and his fellow Democrats are on the cusp of a coveted supermajority in both the Assembly and Senate, giving them the rare power to raise taxes without any Republican support. No single party has held such a supermajority in...
Los Angeles Times/KTLALOS ANGELES -- Veteran prosecutor Jackie Lacey was successful in her bid to become Los Angeles County's first African American and first female district attorney, building a commanding advantage over her rival, Deputy Dist. Atty. Alan Jackson. Lacey...
Amid the presidential election, the ballot measures and the newfangled top-two runoff system for congressional and state legislative seats, Los Angeles County voters should not forget that they are also being asked this election season to pick a new...
One of the trickier aspects of building an effective criminal justice system is making sure that the punishment fits the crime; that's important because penalties considered arbitrary and unfair breed disillusionment and anger that can worsen...
KTLA/Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES -- Embattled L.A. County Assessor John Noguez will remain behind bars, for now, after a judge rejected defense requests to lower the bail to $100,000. She instead set bail at $1.16 million, which corresponds to the amount the district...
SACRAMENTO — One guy stole a loaf of bread. Another was caught with a speck of meth. Somebody grabbed $1 in change from a parked car. These men all had one thing in common besides being losers. They were sentenced to 25 years to life in prison...
Tags: Prisons, Laws, Methamphetamine (drug), Judges, Murder
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