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Appeal Democrat
Loma Rica man pleads no contest to stabbing aunt’s boyfriend

A Loma Rica man pleaded no contest on Friday to stabbing his aunt's boyfriend last month on Fruitland Road. Gary L. Stephens Jr. faces up to four years in custody when he is sentenced in Yuba County Superior Court. However, a sentencing date was not...

California Political News and Views
Brown Allows Sex Offenders to go “missing”—NO Supervision

  More Calif. sex offenders go missing under new law Realignment took effect 17 months ago KCRA,   3/7/13 SACRAMENTO, Calif. —The number of paroled sex offenders who are fugitives in California is 15 percent higher today than before Gov. Jerry...

SacLaw Savvy
New free resource guides on enforcing judgments

Mar 4, 2013

The Sacramento County Public Law Library Civil Self-Help recently introduced a free class, called “How to Enforce Your Judgment in Sacramento County.”  To accompany the class, the Law Library has developed several new “Step by Step” guides on common procedures. Along with our other guides, these are available for free to all on our...

California Political News and Views
Even Journalists Are Crime Victims in Oakland—Anarchy Reigns

  In Oakland, Photojournalists Covering Crimes Become the Victims By CAROL POGASH, NY Times,   3/3/13 TO SEE COMPLETE STORY CLICK ON BLUE HEADLINE In the most brazen episode, a group of men punched a KPIX-TV cameraman last November while he was ...

Appeal Democrat
Linda man linked to 6 stolen vehicles

A car chase early Saturday in Linda ended with two men in custody, one of whom was linked to at least six stolen vehicles, the Yuba County Sheriff's Department reported. Markus Lee Pace, 26, of Linda, was arrested on suspicion of two counts of...

FOX40
Video: Community shocked after arrest of middle school teacher

Mar 2, 2013
Video: Community shocked after arrest of middle school teacher

ROCKLIN—

Students of his describe him as easygoing, but a leadership and math teacher – as well as scholarship adviser and track coach – found himself behind bars.

Police say Ian Runciman, from Granite Oaks Middle School, provided drugs to …


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Appeal Democrat
25-year sentence given for raping youth in Marysville hotel

Saying Dwight Anthony Summers "took advantage of a position of trust" when he sodomized a 17-year-old boy in a Marysville hotel in 2011, a Yuba County judge sentenced him on Friday to 25 years in prison. Summers, 44, was convicted in January by a...

SacLaw Savvy
Need A Place To Meet With A Client, Partner, Or Other Group? Rent A Room From Us!

Mar 1, 2013
Need A Place To Meet With A Client, Partner, Or Other Group? Rent A Room From Us!

The Sacramento County Public Law Library offers space for meetings, seminars, workshops and/or depositions. The Law Library has a state-of-the-art computer-training center, a boardroom and meeting room available for rent. Consider using the Law Library’s exceptional facilities when planning your next event. The Law Library is conveniently located near Amtrak, buses, hotels, light rail,...

California Political News and Views
California in Chaos: Oakland residents take law into their own hands, post ‘wanted’ signs

  California in Chaos: Oakland residents take law into their own hands, post ‘wanted’ signs Conn Carroll, The Washington Examiner, 2/27/13 Yesterday, our California in Crisis series reported: California is controlled by the Democratic Party, a...

California Political News and Views
Grimes: Safer in Turkey or Israel Than Los Angeles or San Fran

  Lessons for CA from my Middle East trip By Katy Grimes, Calwatchdog, 2/27/13 I just returned from a trip to the Middle East, and managed to pack several thousand years of history into three weeks. Against the warnings and concerns of many friend...

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