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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Group files lawsuit over fairgrounds sale

    COSTA MESA — A swap meet operator and a group of small-business owners on Tuesday announced that they have sued the state in an effort to stop it from selling the Orange County Fairgrounds to a private developer for $100 million. American Fairs and...
  • Judge upholds murder charge against Costa Mesa man

    A Costa Mesa man will stand trial on charges he strangled and stabbed a woman to death 31 years ago in Torrance. A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge upheld the murder charge against Douglas Gordon Bradford, 58, and scheduled his arraignment for...
  • Hung jury in bicyclist manslaughter case

    NEWPORT BEACH — The trial of a man accused of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter in the death of a bicyclist resulted in a hung jury, a court clerk said Friday. The Harbor Justice Center jury deadlocked in the case of Jose Luis Huerta Mundo, 38, of...
  • Jury deadlocked in rape trial

    SANTA ANA — A minor league hockey player avoided conviction on rape charges Friday after a deadlocked jury failed to reach a verdict. David McKee, 26, of Texas was accused of raping a 29-year-old woman in July 2006 while she slept in a Newport...
  • Facilities Management requests to intervene in fairgrounds lawsuit

    COSTA MESA — Facilities Management West, a group of private developers that is trying to buy the Orange County Fairgrounds, wants to intervene in a lawsuit filed by a consortium of small businesses to prevent the state from selling the property....
  • Judge lets Facilities Management intervene

    SANTA ANA — An Orange County Superior Court judge on Tuesday granted Newport Beach-based developer Facilities Management West the right to intervene in a lawsuit filed by a group of small businesses in hopes of blocking the planned sale of the...
  • 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...