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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Taxi driver suing Newport Beach officer

    An Orange County taxi driver who crashed into a fallen concrete light pole in Newport Beach is suing one of the city's police officers, claiming the officer didn't properly warn drivers about the obstacle blocking the street. Edison Krosi of Ciao Taxi in...
  • Gas, oil case goes to trial

    A Newport Beach man who pleaded not guilty to stealing money from his oil and gas business' clients is scheduled to go to trial next month. Thomas Labry, who had his Costa Mesa-based Cherokee Gas Systems Inc. shut down earlier this year by the Securities...
  • Two years for drug ring

    After he gets out of prison in two years, a Newport Beach man recently convicted for his part in an international drug-trafficking ring will serve five years' probation and be prohibited from getting any job with access to a wireless device, court records...
  • Housekeeper drops lawsuit against Kobe Bryant

    Housekeeper drops lawsuit against Kobe Bryant
    Kobe Bryant's former housekeeper has dismissed her wrongful termination lawsuit against the Los Angeles Lakers superstar following a settlement, according to the law firm representing Bryant. Bryant and his wife, Vanessa, who live in Newport Coast,...
  • O.C. Now

    Laguna Beach Marine Mammal Center gets grant Pacific Marine Mammal Center, 20612 Laguna Canyon Road, will receive a $20,000 grant from Southern California Edison that will allow the center to purchase a high-tech, 18-camera surveillance system for its...
  • Appeal against Samueli dropped

    The U.S. Attorney's office has dropped its appeal against Newport Beach billionaire Henry Samueli, who had a criminal case against him and other Broadcom executives dismissed by a federal judge last year. Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom and co-owner of...
  • Mother denies abducting daughter

    A Huntington Beach mother pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Santa Ana's Central Justice Center to abducting her daughter from her foster father last week in Newport Beach, sparking a statewide Amber Alert. Angela Aiton, 34, is scheduled for a preliminary...
  • City attorney back on the job

    Two months after placing him on paid administrative leave following his arrest on suspicion of felony spousal abuse, the Newport Beach City Council voted 6 to 0 Wednesday to allow City Atty. David Hunt to immediately return to his job. In addition,...
  • Call on death penalty to wait

    Prosecutors won't decide until after a preliminary hearing whether they should seek the death penalty against a Costa Mesa actor accused of killing two Orange Coast College students, officials said Wednesday. Daniel Wozniak, 26, is charged with two...
  • Charges dropped in biker case

    A Superior Court judge on Friday dropped felony charges against a Costa Mesa man implicated in a 2008 biker brawl, bringing a tentative close to the cases stemming from the barroom incident. John Phillip Lloyd, 42, was accused of being a Hells Angel gang...
  • Suspect allegedly hit two cars, man

    A Newport Beach man accused of hitting a pedestrian while drunk with his car in Huntington Beach over the weekend hit two more cars as he fled, including one while being stopped by police, authorities said Wednesday. Richard Elwood Swanson, 59, seriously...
  • Former priest may go to trial

    A former Costa Mesa priest waived his right to a preliminary hearing on child molestation charges Thursday and may go to trial. Denis Lyons, 76, the former priest of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Costa Mesa, is charged with four felony counts...