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  • Defense in double-murder case plans to take fight to remove judge to state Supreme Court

    Defense in double-murder case plans to take fight to remove judge to state Supreme Court
    The lawyer for a Costa Mesa man accused of double murder said Friday that he will petition the California Supreme Court to consider his attempt to bar an Orange County judge from overseeing the trial.
  • Defense in double murder plans appeal in attempt to remove judge from case

    Lawyers for a Costa Mesa man accused in a double murder said Friday that they will appeal a decision that left the trial in the hands of a judge whom the defense team tried to remove from the case. A Los Angeles judge last week denied a motion asking...

    Newport rescinds request for state Supreme Court review of Woody's Wharf dancing ruling

    A week after voting to ask the California Supreme Court to weigh in on the city's legal dispute with Woody's Wharf, the Newport Beach City Council decided Tuesday to withdraw its petition. The council initially voted March 10 to ask the state's...

    Larry Agran agrees to deposition

    Averting a potential appearance in Orange County Superior Court, Former Irvine mayor Larry Agran agreed to appear Friday for his subpoenaed deposition in the lingering Great Park audit. In a special session meeting of the Irvine City Council on March...

    Woody's dispute could reach state's high court

    The California Supreme Court could hear arguments in a lawsuit between Newport Beach and a well-known Balboa Peninsula restaurant over its desire to have dancing and extended patio hours. The Newport Beach City Council voted 4 to 3 during closed session...