SDNews: Bail set at $5 million for suspected La Jolla shooter

Hans Antone Petersen remains in jail this week on $5 million bail after he was arraigned Sept. 30 on three counts of attempted murder and

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NBC 7 Legal Analyst, Marc Carlos comments on Filner Criminal Charges

Former Mayor Bob Filner’s legal problems appear to be multiplying. Aside from a civil sexual harassment suit, county grand jury proceedings that could lead to

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ABC 10 News: Man accused of shooting estranged wife’s brother, former business partner pleads not guilty

A biotech executive accused of wounding his estranged wife’s brother and a former business partner in separate shootings in La Jolla earlier this month pleaded

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Fox 5 News: South Bay school officials enter pleas in corruption case

More than a dozen high ranking South Bay school district officials were charged Friday with bribery, corruption and taking part in a “pay to play

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U-T San Diego: Move surprises corruption case lawyers

A judge’s unexplained transfer of the South County schools corruption case to a Chula Vista courtroom has surprised lawyers on both sides. Defense attorney Marc

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Fox News: 5 San Diego Public School Officials Charged with Corruption

Four current and former public school officials were among those charged Wednesday with accepting tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of lavish meals, theater tickets

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The Star-News: $5 million bail set for fake cop

In March of 2011, Alan Kenniston, was arrested by Chula Vista police for strong-arm robbery, residential burglary and possession of stolen property with pending charges

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San Diego Reader: Portantino’s Criminal Lawyer Talks of DA Investigation, Discussion over Charges

San Diego lawyer Marc Carlos, who represented the late Michael Portantino in the district attorney’s investigation of Portantino’s Gay & Lesbian Times, says that discussions

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The San Diego UnionTribune: DA’s integrity unit case ends in acquittal, mistrial Jury finds Chula Vista councilman not guilty of perjury charges

The district attorney’s prosecution of a Chula Vista councilman on perjury charges failed yesterday when a Superior Court jury found Steve Castaneda not guilty of six

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The San Diego UnionTribune: Chula Vista councilman’s case goes to jury

The perjury case against Chula Vista City Councilman Steve Castaneda is being considered by a jury after the attorneys completed their final arguments Thursday afternoon in

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