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Posted on March 2 at 11:40 a.m.
To clarify, Wallar was a deputy CAO in SD County, so she wasn't overseeing the entire bureaucracy there, just a number of departments.
On Orange You Going to Say Goodbye?
Posted on February 5 at 5:11 p.m.
Still picking a jury, taz. Should be about a week or so, but we'll be watching.
On Murder Trial Jury Selection Set to Begin
Posted on February 3 at 11:31 a.m.
To clarify, the original press release from the CHP said Chavez was staggering "within" the southbound lanes.
Friday, the prosecutor said Chavez was between the no. 2 and no. 3 lanes.
On Prosecutor Says Hit-and-Run Suspect, Family Hid Evidence
Posted on July 29 at 1:41 p.m.
What allegations, exactly? That I am going to law school? I've never hidden that fact. Anytime I've covered an event with one of my professors involved I think I've also disclosed that fact.
Joyce Dudley hasn't taught there since I started attending. And as far as I know, Arnie Tolks teaches in Ventura, which is not my campus. I haven't had Judge Hill as a professor yet. When I do, I will disclose that. I don't disagree that I shouldn't. But am I expected to disclose every person I may one day have contact with?
Also, I'm glad Mr. Genis has managed to figure out my career path choice, because I have not. I don't even know if I want to practice as an attorney, not to mention be a prosecutor, or a prosecutor in the SB DA's office.
If he has a problem with the judge's decision-making, that's one thing. If he has a problem with my coverage, I'd encourage him to make that argument, not try to make connections that don't really exist.
On Judge Says Prosecutor Didn't Violate Court Order
Posted on April 23 at 5:24 p.m.
Rebecca Mills was in court today:http://www.independent.com/news/2012/...
On Jack Mills Found Guilty on All Counts
Posted on October 27 at 1:18 p.m.
Sorry, Duarte is Sgt. Lorenzo Duarte, police spokesman.
On Man Tased 13 Times During Arrest
Posted on September 29 at 4:12 p.m.
TOM! We'll miss you. Congrats!
On Tom Morey
Posted on September 29 at 10:54 a.m.
I hear you on all three things, Zimmer.
To clarify, they need only $82,000 a year for all of those things, as well as the training they provide. I hopefully made that more clear above.
As to your last point - yes, they are good, worthy, selfless people.
On Primo Boxing: Down but Not Out
Posted on July 19 at 2:22 p.m.
I've never hidden my loyalties? I'd be interested to hear more about this, if you think my reporting has not been fair.
I'd also like to see where you found this so-called quote from a previous story of mine. I think many people are aware that there are gerrymandered districts throughout the country favor both sides of the aisle, and I don't think I've insinuated anything much different in any story I've written.
But maybe that's just my loyalties coming out again.
Thanks for commenting.
On Drawing New Lines
Posted on April 20 at 4:52 p.m.
Thanks Dr. Dan. It's been fixed. My apologies.
On Wolf Loses Out on Coastal Commission Seat
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