Monthly Archives: July 2014

Murderer’s Release After 21 Years Seen Saturday

A Calabasas man convicted of the 1985 murder of a high school classmate who had revealed the killer’s homosexuality is expected to be paroled this week after 21 years in custody. Robert Rosenkrantz was sentenced as an 18-year-old to an indefinite term of 17 years to life. He was told

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Outed gay killer to be freed today

More than two decades after he was convicted of the cold-blooded second-degree murder of a 17-year-old Calabasas High School classmate who outed him as a homosexual, Robert Rosenkrantz is set to be paroled today from prison. Rosenkrantz, 39, who was recommended for parole in May, will be released from the

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Claremont Settles Lawsuit in Fatal Police Shooting

The city of Claremont has agreed to pay $450,000 to settle a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the family of a teenager who was shot and killed four years ago by two police officers. According to the terms of the settlement, the money will be divided among Irvin Landrum Jr.’s

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Police Brutality Against Black Men and the Black Community

In January of 1999, Irvin Landrum Jr. (18), was fatally wounded by the Claremont (CA) Police Department during a routine midnight traffic stop.Several months later, the incident became extremely controversial as more facts were revealed about what really happened that night. Read the whole story>>>

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Attorney Marc E. Grossman represents Robert Rosenkrantz released after sentenced to life in prison.

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Court Makes Finding of Factual Innocence In Case Of Chino School Teacher

The San Bernardino County Superior Court has made a finding of factual innocence in the case of former Chino Valley Unified School District teacher Roger Talley, whose heretofore successful career as an educator was cut short last year when he was accused of molesting one of his students at Walnut

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“Factually Innocent” Teacher Fights to Rebuild Career

A fifth grade teacher is “factually innocent” of inappropriately touching a student, a Superior Court judge has ruled, but the teacher remains unable to return to work in any public classroom. In March 2012, the San Bernardino County District Attorney decided not to prosecute Roger Talley citing reasonable doubt and

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False claim of abuse still haunts Chino ex-teacher

Roger Talley, a fifth-grade teacher at Walnut Elementary School in Chino, was arrested on Feb. 27, 2012 for lewd acts on a child, a crime he maintained he did not commit. He spent one night in custody and posted bail the next day. The only thing he could do after

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Pitbull And Kesha’s Timber Song Subject Of Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

Seeking at least $3 million in damages, songwriters Lee Oskar Levitin, Greg Errico, and Keri Oskar are suing Sony Music and Pitbull’s company for copyright infringement over his smash hit “Timber,” featuring Kesha. The duo’s popular song with a country twang is accused of unabashedly sampling the melody and harmonica

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TEMECULA: Jurors recommends $58 million to man paralyzed in freeway crash

Jurors in a Riverside County court have awarded nearly $58 million in damages for a Temecula man who will need a lifetime of care after a 2011 accident on Interstate 15 left him unable to speak or move his limbs. The award earlier this month for Timothy Herman, 25, appears

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Justice for Del Rey Elementary School Students

The whole district is rotten to the core. The Del Rey Principal was more interested in selling her Mary Kay cosmetics to the employees at the school rather than looking out for the kids. That principal has been implicated in another lawsuit, where a first grader was abused by other

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A Victorville Jury, yesterday, awarded $241,000 damages for a First Grader

Victorville, CA. – A Victorville Jury, yesterday, awarded $241,000 damages for a First Grader who was molested by other children in the Victor Valley School District at Del Rey Elementary School in 2005. The Plaintiff alleged that the school district failed to protect him and was negligent in responding to

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Foster Children Become Focus of California Schools

The Daily Bulletin ran this great story on how the California School System is directing their attention to foster children. Read More

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Incompetent and Unethical Attorneys Abound

clock May 9, 2013 16:21 by author Marc Getting a license to practice law in California is unfortunately far too easily accomplished and consumers are all too frequently victimized by incompetent and unethical attorneys. In a profession not known to begin with for it’s ethics, the downturn in the industry

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