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Orange County Superior Court

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  • Jury finds man guilty of killing his father

    Jury finds man guilty of killing his father
    A Huntington Beach man intentionally shot and killed his father during a struggle over a gun, an Orange County Superior Court jury found Tuesday. Jeremy Martin, 37, was convicted of one felony count of first-degree murder for shooting his father,...
  • Court rejects Sunset annexation appeal

    An appellate court has rejected an appeal by a Sunset Beach residents' group of the coastal area's annexation by Huntington Beach, shooting down the group's argument that Sunset residents should not be forced to pay the same taxes as the rest of the city....
  • Family challenges ruling in land dispute

    A Huntington Beach family is challenging a court ruling in favor of the city over a residential land dispute that began more than a decade ago. An Orange County Superior Court judge this month tentatively ruled that Fidencio Alvarez and his family waived...
  • Judge sides with mobile home park owner

    An Orange County Superior Court judge ruled against Huntington Beach and sided with a mobile home park owner looking to convert the land from rentals to for-sale. Pacific Mobile Home Park, at Huntington Street and Atlanta Avenue, filed a lawsuit in...
  • Funding for H.B.'s senior center in question

    For years, it was the most famous not-quite-existent sum of money in Huntington Beach: the $22 million proposed to help build the new senior center in Huntington Central Park. Now, that sum has been considerably downsized — and possibly the...
  • Planning Commissioner pleads guilty

    Planning Commissioner pleads guilty
    A Huntington Beach planning commissioner and council candidate last week pleaded guilty to driving with a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit. An attorney for Tim Ryan entered the plea in Orange County Superior Court on his client's...
  • Court reverses sex offender's conviction

    A registered sex offender and his lawyer recently convinced the Superior Court of Orange County appellate division to reverse his conviction for unlawfully entering a county park where children regularly gather. The three-judge panel made clear its Nov....
  • Family sues city over fire pit accident

    The family of a boy who sustained severe burns after falling into a Huntington Beach fire pit has sued the city, according to the Orange County Register. Six-year-old Seth Richardson fell backward into the smoldering fire pit at Huntington City Beach...
  • Claim filed against city

    A man and woman have filed a claim against Huntington Beach, saying they suffered physical and emotional damages after police entered their home and arrested the man during an argument. Stephanie Costantino of Huntington Beach and Sean Silverthorne of...
  • Four local allegations included in 'perversion files'

    Four allegations of sexual abuse among Boy Scouts of America troop leaders in Huntington Beach appear in a Los Angeles Times database recently compiled from Scouting and court records. The Times, which owns the Huntington Beach Independent, last month...
  • Council reverses December votes

    The Huntington Beach City Council reversed two December votes at its meeting Tuesday. The council voted 6-0, with Jill Hardy absent, to reverse the Dec. 3 and 17 votes to review Pacific Mobile Home Park's previously approved conversion application and...
  • Secret jail tapes of Seal Beach murder suspect must be handed over

    An Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Friday that a jailhouse informant's recordings that captured the Seal Beach salon shooting suspect talking about the October 2011 mass slaying must be turned over to the defense. Prosecutors had said that...