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BLM Suspended from Amazon; Homeless Get a Pass on Parking Tickets; LAPD Union Backs Caruso; Man Arrested 3 Times in 16 Hours in Glendale; Newsom wants you to sue gun makers and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Legality of resentencing in chambers draws challenge Former Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley and victims' rights attorney Kathleen Cady yesterday filed in the Los...

 

78% of Voters Think Crime Has Gotten Worse; LAPD Chief Withdraws Support of DA Gascon; Mayor Candidate Caruso Pledges to Hire 1500 More Police; LA City Spokesman Attacked Near City Hall and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge denies injunction staying enforcement of commissioner's order A judge today denied a request by the California FAIR Plan Association for a preliminary injunction staying...

 

No More Impounding of Cars for Unpaid Parking Tickets; No More Traffic Stops for Vehicle Equipment Issues; CA Legislature Seeks to Blunt 3-Strikes-You're-Out Law; Most Homicide Victims are Black and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Los Angeles District Attorney LA DA declines invitation to chat ahead of employee no confidence vote Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón declined an offer to meet with the union...

 

Second Gascon Recall Effort Approved by County Recorder; More Than 80 Firearms Among Stolen Goods from Trains; Rick Caruso Registers as Democrat and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Calif. DAs win temporary restraining order preventing corrections dept. from awarding 66% 'good conduct credits' to second-strikers The California Department of Corrections &...

 

California May Share Gun Owner's Personal Information; Google's NDA's Illegal; Gascon Lets Child Molester Walk; Apple Air Tags Being Used by Criminals to Target Cops and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings California high court greenlights suit by assault victim, despite prior settlement In a ruling being hailed as a major win for victims of sexual assault and harassment, the...

 

LA County Owes $1M to Jailhouse Whistleblower; Wealthy Socialite Free on Bail After Allegedly Running Over Two Children; CA's Recycling System Rifled with Fraud and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings A court upheld the firing of 2 LAPD officers who ignored a robbery to play Pokémon Go An appeals court in California has upheld the firing of two former Los Angeles Police...

 

Legislature Considers Blunting Prop 47; 1,000 LA First Responders Test Positive, Must Quarantine; Beverly Hills Unanimously Supports Gascon Recall; and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings California Supreme Court rejects early releases for violent crime The California Supreme Court unanimously ruled Monday that corrections officials need not consider earlier...

 

Justice Reform Takes a Hit - Courts Rule Against Early Release of Violent Offenders and DUI Diversion; Gascon Dismissed 12,000 Criminal Cases; Jan 6 Riot Deemed Unprotected by 1st Amendment and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge halts California earlier releases for repeat offenders A judge on Wednesday temporarily halted California's plans to speed the potential prison release dates for repeat...

 

Amid Crime Wave, CA Panel Recommends Dumping 3-Strikes Penalty; Walmart Sued Over Hazardous Waste; LAPD Academy Gun Store Sells Stolen Weapons; and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings The Supreme Court found a Sonoma County man's arrest illegal. A state appeals court upheld his conviction anyway Six months ago, a North Bay man who was pursued into his garage...

 

Arrest of Vicente Fernandez Memorial Shooter; 11 Antifa Members Charged in anti-Trump Riot; One Woman Accused of Stealing $300k in Merchandise; LA Speed Laws to Change and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge stops LAPD union's request to nix COVID vaccine mandate The union representing LAPD officers lost a round Monday in its lawsuit alleging unfair labor negotiations related to...

 

SF Suspends Cannabis Tax to Help Serial-Robbed Dispensaries; Bear Spray Used in Smash-and-Grabs; LA Police Detective Tells Tourists the City Unsafe; 200 Robberies in 1 Week Alone in LA; and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge Ito spurns DA's entreaty to vacate death sentence Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Roger Ito on Friday rejected a stipulation by the Office of District Attorney George...

 

SJ Homicide Suspect Released Without Bail; LB Police Chief Makes Bid for LA Sheriff by Claiming He'll Fire Unvaxxed; Suspect in Avant Shooting Caught in Someone Else's Backyard

Courts & Rulings 'Inventory search' of lawfully parked car was pretextual The exploration by sheriff's deputies of the content of an automobile, in the absence of a warrant, cannot be justified...

 

Prison Staff Must Vaccinate; Court Rules Motels' Insurance Doesn't Cover Covid; SF DA Chesa Boudin Charges all of 9 People for Mass Smash-and-Grabs; Facebook Wants Police to Stop Policing on Their Site

Courts & Rulings Federal judge rejects California's bid to postpone vaccination of prison staff With COVID-19 already having taken the lives of nearly 300 California inmates and prison staff, a...

 

Vanessa Bryant Must Turn Over Therapy Files in Lawsuit; SCOTUS Ruling on NY Concealed Carry Has CA Implications; 3 Teenagers Behind Swatting of BLM Leader; Crime up 47% in LA; and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings No decision is reached on Gascón's hiring practices Still lingering is the question of whether Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón acted unlawfully in hiring three...

 

Parole Recommended for Manson Family Member; Gascon Releases Convicted Killer; LA Park Rangers May Get Guns; San Fran DA Faces Recall Election; and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge Ito won't rubber-stamp Gascón's recommendation Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Roger T. Ito yesterday made it clear yesterday that he is the fact-finder in a habeas...

 

Photos of Kobe Bryant Crash Site Cost County $2.5 Million So Far; Sheriff Calls County Vaccine Mandate Threat to Public Safety; In -N-Out Closes Indoor Dining in Contra Costa and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings California high court refuses to hear Brad Pitt's appeal in child custody battle The California Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to consider Brad Pitt's appeal of a lower-court...

 

Newsom Has to Reveal Text Messages About PG&E Bailout; Recall Boudin Effort Gains Enough Signatures for Recall; $20 B Stolen From CA Pandemic Relief and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge denies LAPD officers' request to block elements of the employee vaccine mandate A federal judge in Orange County has denied a request from a group of LAPD officers to block...

 

Kobe Bryant's Widow Ordered to Take Psychiatric Exam; CA Attorney General Destroys 1.2 M Marijuana Plants; 51% More Police Officers Murdered in 2021; Soros Spends $1 M to Keep Austin From Hiring Cops and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Qualified immunity: Supreme Court sides with police, overturns denial of immunity in two cases The Supreme Court sided Monday with police in two cases in which plaintiffs claimed...

 

Newsom OKs Shorter Terms for Gang Members; Former SEIU Union Chief Charged with Evading Taxes and Grand Theft; Ghost Guns Used in 24 LA Homicides and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings 6th Circuit sides with student-athletes: Western Michigan University's vaccine policy 'burdens their free exercise of religion A Michigan attorney was preparing to file another...

 

Gascon's Staff Accuses Him of Political Cronyism in Lawsuit

Los Angeles, October 14, 2021 - The Association of Deputy District Attorneys for Los Angeles County (ADDA) is seeking an injunction in Superior Court to prevent District Attorney George Gascon from...

 

Austin Releases 5 Men Linked to Gang-Related Homicide; Former NBA Players Indicted in Insurance Fraud Scheme; Newsom Approves Process to Decertify Policemen; Sheriff Won't Enforce Vaccine Mandate; and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

California federal court announces vaccine mandate for workers--The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California now requires all employees, volunteers and judiciary contractors working...

 

Newsom Strikes the Word 'Alien' from All Laws; Downey is 31st City to Vote No Confidence in DA Gascon; CA Prison on the Hook for Cellmate Murder : Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Judge: California prison guards can't invoke qualified immunity after sticking homicide victim into cell with Aryan Brotherhood killer A year after hearing arguments, a federal...

 

Recall DA Gascon Campaign Gives Up For Now; Assembly Passes Law to Eliminate Gang Enhancement Sentencing; Armed Robberies are Increasing in LA and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Ninth Circuit denies bid by California DAs to challenge death penalty moratorium In a divided opinion, a Ninth Circuit panel upheld a lower court decision that prevented a group...

 

Homeless Man Out on Zero Bail Rapes, Murders, Kills Dogs and Sets House on Fire; California May End Criminal Sentencing Enhancement Statewide ala Gascon; LA Anti-Camping Law Goes Into Effect; and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

Courts & Rulings Federal court upholds ban on seizure of oversize items in public areas by LAPD, sanitation workers A federal appeals panel on Thursday affirmed a ruling prohibiting Los Angeles police...

 

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