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Executive director, CASA of Imperial CountyCourt Appointed Special Advocates would like thank all the supporters of their annual CASA Volunteer Recognition Event held in October at the Brunswick Zone. First and foremost, CASA would like to express thanks to Presiding Juvenile Judge Christopher...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterRoughly 80 area students received priceless mock trial advice straight from the real-life experts at the second annual Mock Trial Boot Camp held at Southwest High School Saturday. Representatives from the Imperial County District Attorney’s Office,...
Which do you prefer in a judicial system: innocent until proven guilty or guilty until proven innocent? That’s what I asked a class of my students last week. Many said they prefer guilty until proven innocent, even if it means lining up suspects...
A hollow victory was won (Wednesday) night for the people of Brawley who think Capt. Scott Pace’s name should be placed on the floor of the “old gym” at Brawley Union High School in memory of his dying in Afghanistan on June 6, 2012....
Staff WritersCALEXICO — Weeks after elections, questions remained unanswered about the future of the Calexico Unified School District board of trustees and the Calexico City Council with all eyes on politician Joong Kim. It’s unclear at this point whether...
Staff WriterFor resident Ana Icela Garcia Peña, the opportunity to walk out of an El Centro courtroom beside her newly adopted sons, Yakjtsiel, 3, and Yonatán Garcia, 1, was the blessing she never expected to have. Just weeks after her 19-year-old son died, Peña met...
If California’s “cap and trade” system is allowed get up and running in a real way while the economy of the state is still fragile, the worst of the burden will be borne by the residents of the state. It’s just not the time to...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — The Imperial County Office of Education is eyeing the relationship between a former attorney for Calexico Unified School District and a consulting firm he’s now employed at hired by the district, according to a letter dated Nov. 1....
The Imperial County District Attorney’s Office has every right to exercise its ability to disqualify local judges from hearing its cases, but is it the right thing to do? Does it further justice for the people of the state of California? We don&...
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Staff WriterA U.S. citizen living in Mexicali is part of a lawsuit alleging the unconstitutionality of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s policy and practice of not allowing use of cameras and video recording near or at U.S. ports of entry, according to a...
Pre-trial in the case against former Imperial Irrigation District director Anthony Sanchez has been continued until next week after a short hearing today. Imperial County Deputy District Attorney Heather Trapnell said she is still working with Sanchez&...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers, Trials
Staff WriterPeople vs. Gerardo Montes Sentencing for Gerardo Montes, recently convicted of first-degree murder, was delayed Thursday after his defense attorney moved for a mistrial. Veronica Henderson filed for the mistrial due to what she said was jury misconduct....
Tags: Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, Prisons, Lawyers, Trials
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