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Case Name U.S. v. City of Los Angeles PN-CA-0002
Docket / Court 2:00-cv-11769-GAF-RC ( C.D. Cal. )
State/Territory California
Case Type(s) Policing
Attorney Organization ACLU Chapters (any)
ACLU National (all projects)
ACLU of Southern California
U.S. Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division
Case Summary
On November 3, 2000, the United States filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California under 42 U.S.C. §14141, alleging that the City of Los Angeles, its Board of Police Commissioners and its Police Department (collectively the "LAPD") deprived individuals of ... read more >
On November 3, 2000, the United States filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California under 42 U.S.C. §14141, alleging that the City of Los Angeles, its Board of Police Commissioners and its Police Department (collectively the "LAPD") deprived individuals of their constitutional rights through the use of excessive force, false arrests and improper searches and seizures.

The suit was an offshoot of a lengthy internal investigation of the LAPD's Rampart Division and its anti-gang unit known as "CRASH" (Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums). The investigation focused initially on alleged criminal acts of a former LAPD officer Rafael Perez. Perez was charged with possession of cocaine he stole from the LAPD evidence locker and theft. After a mistrial on those charges, Perez cut a plea deal with prosecutors, wherein he agreed to provide information regarding untold corruption and misconduct within the CRASH unit at the Rampart Division. Perez claimed that he and dozens of officers routinely framed suspects, planted and manufactured evidence, lied in court and physically abused suspects on a widespread scale.

Perez implicated over 70 police officers and based upon his allegations of fabricated evidence and perjury by officers, approximately 100 criminal convictions were eventually overturned and thousands of other criminal cases were tainted. In the wake of the Perez testimony, in September of 1999, the LAPD police chief Bernard Parks commissioned a Board of Inquiry comprised of LAPD command staff to investigate the depth of the corruption scandal and analyze departmental failures. In March of 2000, Chief Bernard did away with all of the LAPD CRASH units, and in April of 2000, the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissions formed the Rampart Independent Review Panel, to investigate the scandal.

Eventually, the Department of Justice began its own investigation into the LAPD. On May 8, 2000, the Department of Justice advised the LAPD of the findings of its investigation of the LAPD's pattern or practice of police misconduct, which included: "the unconstitutional use of force by LAPD officers, including improper officer-involved shootings; improper seizures of persons, including making police stops not based on reasonable suspicion and making arrests without probable cause, seizures of property not based on probable cause; and improper searches of persons and property with insufficient cause." The DOJ also advised the LAPD that it intended to file suit pursuant to 42 U.S.C. §14141 and seek injunctive and declaratory relief. The DOJ offered to defer the filing of litigation if the LAPD agreed to negotiate in good faith and arrive at a consent decree. LAPD and Los Angeles city officials met with the DOJ and agreed upon a settlement of the government's claims, which included the filing of a formal consent decree.

Contemporaneously with the filing of the government's Complaint on November 3, 2000, the parties filed a joint application for the entry of the consent decree.

In November 2000, the Los Angeles Police Protective League (the "Police League"), the designated bargaining unit for the LAPD officers filed a motion to intervene. The Police League averred that 42 U.S.C. §14141 was unconstitutional and that the proposed consent decree was at odds with the collective bargaining agreement in place between the City and the Police League members. A number of community groups, including the ACLU, and individuals who lived in the community also sought leave to intervene in the underlying action. Along with their motion to intervene, the community interveners filed a complaint in intervention, asserting claims as plaintiffs under 42 U.S.C. §1983 against the defendants.

The district court (Judge Gary A. Feess) denied motions to intervene by both Police League and the community groups and individuals, but did grant them amicus status. The intervenors filed notice of appeal with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The district court refused to stay the underlying proceedings pending the intervenors' appeal.

On June 15, 2001, while the intervenors' appeal was pending, the district court approved and entered the consent decree. The consent decree provides specific guidelines designed to remedy deficiencies and reform the conduct and culture of the LAPD. The reform measures include:


  • tighter controls on gang units;

  • strict oversight on use of force;

  • shift of responsibility for investigations of misconduct complaints;

  • a sophisticated computerized system to identify potential at-risk behavior (TEAMS II)

  • data collection relative to pedestrian and motor vehicle stops.


In accordance with the consent decree, the parties agreed upon an independent monitor Michael Cherkasky and Kroll Associates. The monitor was charged with oversight of the implementation of the provisions of the consent decree and provided quarterly reports on the progress made by the LAPD. Through the implementation process the independent monitor has submitted quarterly reports (21 as of the end of 2006) to the court and the parties have also submitted numerous status reports detailing the progress made.

On April 22, 2002, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, affirmed in part and reversed in part the District Court's ruling on the motions to intervene, overturning the denial of the Police League's motion to intervene but affirming the denial of the community group's motion. U.S. v. City of Los Angeles, 288 F.3d 391 (9th Cir. 2002). The Court of Appeals noted that the Consent Decree had been entered while the denial of intervention motions were appealed, but did not require the district court to rescind the consent decree.

For the next four years, the LAPD worked on continued implementation of the overhauls called for by the consent decree. On January 18, 2006, the parties filed a joint request to extend the consent decree's duration. On March 22, 2006, the Court denied that motion, but issued ordered all parties to show cause why the consent decree should not be extended for a minimum of two additional years as several major tasks called for in the consent decree remained uncompleted.

On April 28, 2006, the parties filed another joint motion to amend the consent decree. On May 15, 2006, the Court denied that motion, but ordered that the consent decree be extended another three years to and including June 15, 2009. On June 9, 2009, the court extended the consent decree to June 30, 2009. On June 29, 2009 the Court extended the consent decree to July 17, 2009.

On July 17, 2009, the Court approved termination of the consent decree and approval of the Transition Agreement. This established a reporting and monitoring structure for the various "Gang Units" in the LAPD through the Office of the Inspector General.

For the next three years, until May 15, 2013, the City of Los Angeles filed regular status reports with the OIG.

On May 15, 2013, the Court dismissed the case, pursuant to the stipulation of the parties, in light of full satisfaction of the Transition Agreement.

Kristen Sagar - 06/15/2009
Andrew Steiger - 01/28/2014


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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
Constitutional Clause
Unreasonable search and seizure
Discrimination-basis
Race discrimination
General
Excessive force
Failure to discipline
Failure to supervise
Failure to train
False arrest
Improper treatment of mentally ill suspects
Inadequate citizen complaint investigations and procedures
Racial profiling
Plaintiff Type
U.S. Dept of Justice plaintiff
Causes of Action 42 U.S.C. § 14141
Defendant(s) Los Angeles Police Department
Plaintiff Description United States Department of Justice
Indexed Lawyer Organizations ACLU Chapters (any)
ACLU National (all projects)
ACLU of Southern California
U.S. Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division
Class action status sought No
Class action status granted No
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer Yes
Nature of Relief Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement
Source of Relief Settlement
Form of Settlement Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree
Order Duration 2001 - 2009
Case Closing Year 2013
Case Ongoing No
Additional Resources
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Case Studies Federal Enforcement of Police Reform
By: Stephen Rushin (University of Illinois College of Law, University of California, Berkeley - Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program )
Citation: 82 Fordham Law Review 3189 (2014)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Panopticism for Police: Structural Reform Bargaining and Police Regulation by Data-Driven Surveillance
By: Mary D. Fan (University of Washington)
Citation: Forthcoming, 87 Washington L. Rev. __ (2012).
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  Policing Los Angeles Under a Consent Decree: The Dynamics of Change at the LAPD
Written: May. 01, 2009
By: Christopher Stone, Todd Foglesong, Christine M. Cole (Kennedy School of Government (Harvard))
Citation: Christopher Stone et al,, Policing Los Angeles Under a Consent Decree: The Dynamics of Change at the LAPD (2009)
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  Structural Police Reform
By: Stephen Rushin (University of Illinois College of Law, University of California, Berkeley - Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program )
Citation: 99 Minnesota Law Review __ (2015)
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  What Happens When Police Are Forced to Reform?
Written: Nov. 13, 2015
By: Kimbriell Kelly, Sarah Childress and Steven Rich (Frontline/Post)
Citation: Washington Post (Nov. 13, 2015)
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Docket(s)
2:00-cv-11769-GAF-RC (C.D. Cal.) 05/23/2013
PN-CA-0002-9000 PDF | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
City of Los Angeles Negotiating Summary
PN-CA-0002-0004 PDF | Detail
L.A. Police Department Board of Inquiry into the Rampart Area Corruption Incident 03/01/2000
PN-CA-0002-0007 PDF | Detail
Correspondence from Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division to City of Los Angeles notifying of its intent to file suit for civil rights violations under 42 U.S.C. §14141 if Consent Decree cannot be obtained 05/08/2000
PN-CA-0002-0001 PDF | Detail
Confidential Combined Settlement Document 09/08/2000
PN-CA-0002-0005 PDF | Detail
Independent Analysis of the Los Angeles Police Department's Board of Inquiry Report on the Rampart Scandal 09/11/2000
PN-CA-0002-0002 PDF | Detail
Report of the Rampart Independent Review Panel - Executive Summary 11/16/2000
PN-CA-0002-0008 PDF | Detail
Justice Department and City of Los Angeles Agree on the Appointment of Michael Cherkasky as Primary Monitor in the Los Angeles Police Department Pattern or Practice 05/18/2001
PN-CA-0002-0071 PDF | Detail
Document Source: U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Special Litigation Section
Consent Decree 06/15/2001
PN-CA-0002-0006 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Status Report 10/15/2001
PN-CA-0002-0060 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - First Quarterly Report 11/15/2001
PN-CA-0002-0012 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Second Quarterly Report 02/15/2002
PN-CA-0002-0013 PDF | Detail
Opinion 04/22/2002 (288 F.3d 391)
PN-CA-0002-0066 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
LAPD Consent Decree Mental Illness Project - Final Report 05/28/2002
PN-CA-0002-0063 PDF | Detail
LAPD Consent Decree Mental Illness Project - Final Report - Appendicies 05/28/2002
PN-CA-0002-0064 PDF | Detail
Los Angeles Police Department Consent Decree Mental Illness Project Final Report 05/28/2002
PN-CA-0002-0065 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fourth Quarterly Report 06/30/2002
PN-CA-0002-0015 PDF | Detail
City of Los Angeles LAPD Consent Decree – Status Report to the Court 08/01/2002
PN-CA-0002-0061 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifth Quarterly Report 11/15/2002
PN-CA-0002-0016 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifth Quarterly Report -Appendix A 11/15/2002
PN-CA-0002-0017 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifth Quarterly Report -Appendix B-D 11/15/2002
PN-CA-0002-0018 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifth Quarterly Report - Appendix E 11/15/2002
PN-CA-0002-0019 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifth Quarterly Report - Appendix F 11/15/2002
PN-CA-0002-0020 PDF | Detail
Status Report 02/03/2003
PN-CA-0002-0062 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Sixth Quarterly Report 02/15/2003
PN-CA-0002-0021 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Sixth Quarterly Report Appendix A-F 02/15/2003
PN-CA-0002-0022 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Third Quarterly Report 05/15/2003
PN-CA-0002-0014 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Seventh Quarterly Report 05/15/2003
PN-CA-0002-0023 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Eighth Quarterly Report 08/15/2003
PN-CA-0002-0024 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Ninth Quarterly Report 11/17/2003
PN-CA-0002-0025 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Tenth Quarterly Report 02/17/2004
PN-CA-0002-0026 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Eleventh Quarterly Report 05/17/2004
PN-CA-0002-0027 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Eleventh Quarterly Report Appendix A 05/17/2004
PN-CA-0002-0028 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Eleventh Quarterly Report Appendix B 05/17/2004
PN-CA-0002-0029 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twelfth Quarterly Report 08/16/2004
PN-CA-0002-0030 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twelfth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 08/16/2004
PN-CA-0002-0031 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Thirteenth Quarterly Report 11/15/2004
PN-CA-0002-0032 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Thirteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix A 11/15/2004
PN-CA-0002-0033 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Thirteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 11/15/2004
PN-CA-0002-0034 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fourteenth Quarterly Report 02/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0035 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fourteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix A 02/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0036 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fourteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 02/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0037 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 05/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0040 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix C 05/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0041 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifteenth Quarterly Report 05/16/2005
PN-CA-0002-0038 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Fifteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix A 05/16/2005
PN-CA-0002-0039 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Sixteenth Quarterly Report 08/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0042 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Sixteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix A 08/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0043 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Sixteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 08/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0044 PDF | Detail
Memorandum 09/23/2005 (149 Fed.Appx. 696)
PN-CA-0002-0070 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Google Scholar
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Seventeenth Quarterly Report 11/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0045 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Seventeenth Quarterly Report - Appendix A 11/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0046 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Seventeenth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 11/15/2005
PN-CA-0002-0047 PDF | Detail
Rampart Reconsidered - The Search for Real Reform Seven Years Later 01/01/2006
PN-CA-0002-0009 PDF | Detail
Rampart Reconsidered - The Search for Real Reform Seven Years Later - Appendices 01/01/2006
PN-CA-0002-0010 PDF | Detail
Rampart Reconsidered - The Search for Real Reform Seven Years Later - Executive summary 01/01/2006
PN-CA-0002-0011 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Eighteenth Quarterly Report 02/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0048 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Eighteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix A 02/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0049 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Eighteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 02/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0050 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Nineteenth Quarterly Report 03/31/2006
PN-CA-0002-0051 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Nineteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix A 03/31/2006
PN-CA-0002-0052 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Nineteenth Quarterly Report - Appendix B 03/31/2006
PN-CA-0002-0053 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twentieth Quarterly Report (Period ending 6/30/06) 08/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0054 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twentieth Quarterly Report (Period ending 6/30/06) Appendix A 08/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0055 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twentieth Quarterly Report (Period ending 6/30/06) Appendix B 08/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0056 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twenty First Quarterly Report (Period ending 9/30/06) 11/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0057 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twenty First Quarterly Report (Period ending 9/30/06) Appendix A 11/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0058 PDF | Detail
Report of the Independent Monitor of the Los Angeles Police Department - Twenty First Quarterly Report (Period ending 9/30/06) Appendix B 11/15/2006
PN-CA-0002-0059 PDF | Detail
Order Re: Transition Agreement 07/17/2009 (C.D. Cal.)
PN-CA-0002-0067 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Stipulation Re Dismissal of Lawsuit and Proposed Order 05/14/2013
PN-CA-0002-0068 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Order of Dismissal 05/15/2013 (C.D. Cal.)
PN-CA-0002-0069 PDF | Detail
Document Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Judges Browning, James Robert (Ninth Circuit)
PN-CA-0002-0066
Feess, Gary Allen (C.D. Cal.)
PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-0012 | PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-0062 | PN-CA-0002-0066 | PN-CA-0002-0067 | PN-CA-0002-0068 | PN-CA-0002-0069 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Hawkins, Michael Daly (Ninth Circuit)
PN-CA-0002-0070
Rawlinson, Johnnie B. (D. Nev., Ninth Circuit)
PN-CA-0002-0066
Reinhardt, Stephen Roy (Ninth Circuit)
PN-CA-0002-0070
Rymer, Pamela Ann (C.D. Cal., Ninth Circuit)
PN-CA-0002-0070
Thomas, Sidney Runyan (Ninth Circuit)
PN-CA-0002-0066
Monitors/Masters Cherkasky, Michael (California)
PN-CA-0002-0012 | PN-CA-0002-0013 | PN-CA-0002-0014 | PN-CA-0002-0015 | PN-CA-0002-0016 | PN-CA-0002-0017 | PN-CA-0002-0018 | PN-CA-0002-0019 | PN-CA-0002-0020 | PN-CA-0002-0021 | PN-CA-0002-0022 | PN-CA-0002-0023 | PN-CA-0002-0024 | PN-CA-0002-0025 | PN-CA-0002-0026 | PN-CA-0002-0027 | PN-CA-0002-0028 | PN-CA-0002-0029 | PN-CA-0002-0030 | PN-CA-0002-0031 | PN-CA-0002-0032 | PN-CA-0002-0033 | PN-CA-0002-0034 | PN-CA-0002-0035 | PN-CA-0002-0036 | PN-CA-0002-0037 | PN-CA-0002-0038 | PN-CA-0002-0039 | PN-CA-0002-0040 | PN-CA-0002-0041 | PN-CA-0002-0042 | PN-CA-0002-0043 | PN-CA-0002-0044 | PN-CA-0002-0045 | PN-CA-0002-0046 | PN-CA-0002-0047 | PN-CA-0002-0048 | PN-CA-0002-0049 | PN-CA-0002-0050 | PN-CA-0002-0051 | PN-CA-0002-0052 | PN-CA-0002-0053 | PN-CA-0002-0054 | PN-CA-0002-0055 | PN-CA-0002-0056 | PN-CA-0002-0057 | PN-CA-0002-0058 | PN-CA-0002-0059 | PN-CA-0002-0060
Plaintiff's Lawyers Bloomfield, Kathryn S. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Brown Cutlar, Shanetta Y. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Chemerinsky, Erwin (North Carolina)
PN-CA-0002-0002 | PN-CA-0002-0066 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Conley, Ted D. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Coon, Laura (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0068 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Friedman, Frederick D. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Garcia, Ricardo D. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Harrington, Sarah E. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0066
Hernandez, Enrique (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Jung, Je Yon (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Kamin, Mitchell A. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Kim, Wan J. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Koskie, Michael E. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Lee, Bill Lann (California)
PN-CA-0002-0001 | PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Lhamon, Catherine (California)
PN-CA-0002-0066 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Lysaght, Brian C. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Marchant, Diane (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Mayorkas, Alejandro N. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Moossy, Robert J. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Murphy, Donna M. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0006
Murray, Jeffrey Robert (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0068
O'Beirne, Patricia (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Perez, Thomas E. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0068
Petersen, Gregory G. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0066 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Posner, Mark A. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Reno, Janet (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0006
Ribakoff, Joseph M. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Rosenbaum, Steven H. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0006
Rosenbaum, Mark Dale (California)
PN-CA-0002-0066 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Saucedo, Luis E. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0068
Silver, Stephen H. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Smith, Jonathan Mark (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-0068
Weiss, Andrea F. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0066
Weiss, Daniel H. (District of Columbia)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Yagman, Stephen (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Yagman, Marion R. (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Defendant's Lawyers Bina, Sahar (California)
PN-CA-0002-9000
Bowers, Terree (California)
PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-0062
Burton, Mark Francis (California)
PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-0062 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Carter, William W. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0068
Cramer, Robert (California)
PN-CA-0002-0070
De La Guerra, Carlos (California)
PN-CA-0002-0068 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Delgadillo, Rockard (California)
PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-0062
Glaser, Patricia L. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-0062 | PN-CA-0002-0066 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Hahn, James K. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0001 | PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Katrinak, Raymond Paul III (California)
PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-0062 | PN-CA-0002-0066 | PN-CA-0002-9000
McOsker, Timothy B. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Merkin, Frederick N. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0006 | PN-CA-0002-0060 | PN-CA-0002-0062 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Raffish, Julie S. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0068 | PN-CA-0002-9000
Trutanich, Carmen A. (California)
PN-CA-0002-0068
Other Lawyers None on record

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