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The Minnesota Attorney General’s office has finished its initial review of evidence in the investigation of four former Minneapolis Police officers involved in the killing of George Floyd and…
All L.A. County courts closed today due to the rioting taking place. Everyone stay safe.
Stay positive and be thankful, we are still incredibly blessed beyond measure 🙏
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The DA called the men “the most dangerous kind of criminal and the most likely to reoffend.”
“These are not the kind of people who should be getting a break,” he said.
What do you think?
A group of small businesses in Southern California is suing state and local authorities, arguing that they should be allowed to open as long as they adhere to social distancing rules during the cor…
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BREAKING: Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva has announced that he will no longer order or recommend that gun stores be closed as part of the county’s “Safer at Home” order.
L.A. County releases 1,700 inmates from jail early to prevent coronavirus outbreak behind bars | News Break
Los Angeles County’s jails are emptying fast as sheriff’s department officials try to limit the possibility of a disastrous outbreak of coronavirus behind bars. For almost two weeks, Sheriff Alex Villanueva said he was looking for as many inmates as possible to safely release. On Tuesday, he sai...
COURTS THROUGHOUT SO CAL CLOSED EFFECTIVE TODAY, INCLUDING LA, OC, AND SB COUNTIES.
RIVERSIDE STILL OPEN AS OF TODAY.
IF YOU HAVE COURT, CHECK THE COURTS WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, OR CONTACT OUR OFFICE FOR ASSISTANCE.
LA Sheriff's Department suspends all inmate visitations due to coronavirus
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department announced Thursday that all inmate visitations at county jail facilities are temporarily suspended as part of L.A. County's coronavirus prevention efforts.
If you have a civil or criminal case in the LA Superior Court, expect a 30 day delay, at minimum. While Federal courts have implemented a suspension of proceedings, the State courts require that an emergency order to close be issued by the Chief Justice and/or Governor, and that has not happened.
If you have a civil or criminal matter and are due in court, and you have any symptoms, or believe you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, DO NOT GO TO COURT. You should contact the court directly for further instructions. If you are not sure how to reach the court, please contact our office for assistance free of charge.
This is not a time to panic, but rather a time to prepare and think of others and the greater good. This will be minor for some and fatal for others, and the goal for everyone should be to protect society as a whole, rather than every man or woman for themself. Please use commonsense and be thoughtful! Stay well🙏
Responding to the coronavirus, the Los Angeles County Superior Court in recommending a 30-day delay on civil trials and some criminal jury trials in the nation’s largest trial court. It joins other counties in trying to adjust judicial functions amid the health crisis.
World Health Organization declares the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic
Expressing increasing alarm about mounting infections, the World Health Organization declared Wednesday that the global coronavirus crisis is now a pandemic. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who heads t…
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BREAKING NEWS: Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison, must register as a sex offender
Vanessa Bryant Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Helicopter Operator in Fatal Crash
As mourners gathered at Staples Center on Monday for a memorial service to celebrate the lives of Kobe and Gianna Bryant, attorneys for Vanessa Bryant filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company that operated the helicopter that crashed last month and claimed the lives of her husband, daughte...
Harvey Weinstein convicted of two of five counts in sexual assault trial
Jury reaches verdict in Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial
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Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey announced the dismissal of 66,000 marijuana convictions in L.A. County, a move to undo decades of drug enforcement that disproportionately targeted people of color years after California voters legalized weed.
Ex-L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca Begins Serving 3-Year Sentence at Texas Prison
Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has reported to prison to begin serving a three-year prison sentence for a corruption conviction, according to federal records. Baca, 77, who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, had been free on bail since appealing his obstruction of justice convi...
Happy 2020 everyone! New Year, New Laws.
California will ring in 2020 with hundreds of new state laws addressing a range of issues including monthly limits on gun purchases, more protections against high-interest loans, increased pay for low-wage jobs and the end of touring circus shows featuring exotic animals.
Wishing everyone a blessed and peaceful 2020! 🙏
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BREAKING: President Donald Trump has been impeached.
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In addition to lying on her resume and faking "glowing" references to land the high-paying job, she also used a photo of supermodel Kate Upton as her LinkedIn profile pic.
Man walks free after serving 11 years for L.A. robberies he didn't do
Ruben Martinez Jr. was found innocent and walked free Tuesday, after years of campaigning by his wife and a friend led prosecutors to review his case.
Senate unanimously passes bill making animal cruelty a federal felony
In a rare showing of bipartisan support, Senate lawmakers on Tuesday unanimously passed a bill making certain types of animal cruelty a federal felony.
Inmates Help Battle California Wildfires, but Are Often Denied Firefighting Jobs After Prison Release
When a roaring wildfire approached Janet and Dan Condron's door in Santa Rosa, California, in 2017, they were certain their home would be destroyed. The retired couple decided to evacuate. That's when an unexpected firefighting crew appeared on their cul-du-sac and got to work, creating a break in t...
LAPD will drastically cut back on pulling over random vehicles over racial bias concerns
After a Times investigation raises racial bias concerns, the LAPD will drastically cut back on its practice of stopping vehicles at random.
Gov. Newsom Signs Laws Easing Mandatory Sentences, Restricting Facial Recognition on Body Cameras
California will soon end some mandatory sentences, make it easier to expunge old criminal records, bar charging inmates for medical care and ban police from using facial recognition software on body cameras under more than two dozen criminal justice bills that freshman Gov. Gavin Newsom announced si...
With changes looming at LAX, here are rideshare policies for other Southern California airports
Hollywood Burbank Airport Drivers for rideshare companies, such as Uber and Lyft, can drop off their passengers curbside like any other mode of transportation at Hollywood Burbank Airport in Burban…
His wife cheated on him. So he sued the other man for $750,000 — and won. — The Washington Post
North Carolina is one of a handful of states with "homewrecker laws" which allow a scorned spouse to sue for damages.
LAX to End Curbside Service for Uber, Lyft and Taxis This Month
Travelers at Los Angeles International Airport will no longer be able to be picked up curbside by paid drivers starting later this month, an official said Thursday. Instead, they'll have to go to a designated lot next to Terminal 1 where drivers can meet them, airport spokesperson Heath Montgomery s...
U.S. Motorists Who Get Car Repairs in Mexico Are Becoming Unwitting Drug Mules, CBP Says
Federal authorities say they are noticing a new trend in drug smuggling: unsuspecting U.S. residents taking their cars for minor repairs to Mexico and coming back with drugs stashed in hidden compartments. “A lot of times the ‘mule’ doesn’t even know what he or she is bringing. And a lot of ...
Lawyers representing Las Vegas shooting victims say deal up to $800M reached to settle lawsuits
Lawyers representing victims of the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting announced Thursday they have reached a deal to settle lawsuits that is expected to pay up to $800 million dollars.
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You can now be fined up to $250,000 if you call someone an "illegal alien" in New York City, which has banned the term when used “with intent to demean, humiliate or harass a person."
Be careful ladies!
A man who worked as an Uber and Lyft driver has been charged with kidnapping and raping a woman after he picked her up in Van Nuys last fall, officials announced Friday. Octavio Alvarez Gomez, 38, faces one count each of kidnapping to commit rape and rape of an unconscious person, according to the L...
Deputy LA City Attorney Kills Wife, Son At Northridge Home In Possible Double Murder-Suicide
A Los Angeles deputy city prosecutor shot his wife and adult son at his home in Northridge before turning the gun on himself, authorities said Wednesday.
Supreme Court Allows Broad Enforcement of Trump Administration’s Rule Preventing Most Central Immigrants from Seeking Asylum
The Supreme Court is allowing nationwide enforcement of a new Trump administration rule that prevents most Central American immigrants from seeking asylum in the United States. The justices' order late Wednesday temporarily undoes a lower-court ruling that had blocked the new asylum policy in some s...
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