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Feds had a win streak in LA jails scandal. Then they took on the former boss - Los Angeles Times;

Feds had a win streak in LA jails scandal. Then they took on the former boss - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesFeds had a win streak in LA jails scandal. Then they took on the former bossLos Angeles TimesThe team of federal prosecutors was on a roll. For nearly five years, the Public Corruption and Civil Rights section of the U.S. attorney's office had been building and winning cases against a group from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department ...and more »

Ex-Sheriff Lee Baca trial: Juror explains mistrial deliberations - KABC-TV;

Ex-Sheriff Lee Baca trial: Juror explains mistrial deliberations - KABC-TV

KABC-TVEx-Sheriff Lee Baca trial: Juror explains mistrial deliberationsKABC-TVOne of the 12 jurors who deliberated in former Sheriff Lee Baca's corruption trial, which ended in a mistrial, spoke to Eyewitness News and explained what went on during deliberations. (KABC). KABC. By Miriam Hernandez. Friday, December 23, 2016.and more »

Jury 'Hopelessly Deadlocked' in LA County Sheriff Lee Baca Trial - Breitbart News;

Jury 'Hopelessly Deadlocked' in LA County Sheriff Lee Baca Trial - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsJury 'Hopelessly Deadlocked' in LA County Sheriff Lee Baca TrialBreitbart NewsA mistrial was declared in the trial of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy “Lee” Baca, who was indicted for working to thwart an FBI criminal investigation into inmate abuse within his jails, after jurors told the federal judge they were ...and more »

The story behind the mistrial in the Lee Baca corruption case - Los Angeles Times;

The story behind the mistrial in the Lee Baca corruption case - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesThe story behind the mistrial in the Lee Baca corruption caseLos Angeles TimesGood morning. It's Friday, Dec. 23, and here's what's happening in California: TOP STORIES. Corruption mistrial. It was supposed to be the culmination of an expansive prosecution of corruption and misconduct in the Los Angeles County jail system.and more »

Los Angeles County sheriff corruption case ends in mistrial - The Mercury News;

Los Angeles County sheriff corruption case ends in mistrial - The Mercury News

The Mercury NewsLos Angeles County sheriff corruption case ends in mistrialThe Mercury NewsDavid Hochman attorney, with Leroy Baca, and attorney Nathan Hochman speaking to media after judge declares mistrial in Federal corruption trial of former Sheriff Lee Baca Thursday, December 22, 2016. (Photo by Walt Mancini/Pasadena Star-News/SCNG).and more »

Ex-LA County sheriff touts corruption mistrial as victory - Chicago Daily Herald;

Ex-LA County sheriff touts corruption mistrial as victory - Chicago Daily Herald

Chicago Daily HeraldEx-LA County sheriff touts corruption mistrial as victoryChicago Daily HeraldLOS ANGELES -- Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca said he wanted to set the record straight when he withdrew his guilty plea in a federal corruption case earlier this year and chose to go to trial. Baca wasn't fully vindicated at trial, but he ...and more »

'No smoking gun': Mistrial declared in LA County Sheriff corruption case - RT;

'No smoking gun': Mistrial declared in LA County Sheriff corruption case - RT

RT'No smoking gun': Mistrial declared in LA County Sheriff corruption caseRTFormer Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca's corruption trial ended after jurors said they were deadlocked when all but one were in favor of acquittal. The judge declared a mistrial, and now Baca is free pending the prosecution's decision to retry him.and more »

Corruption Trial for Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca Ends in Mistrial - The Root;

Corruption Trial for Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca Ends in Mistrial - The Root

The RootCorruption Trial for Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca Ends in MistrialThe RootLos Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca arrives to announce his unexpected retirement on Jan. 7, 2014, in Los Angeles. David McNew/Getty Images. The corruption trial for former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca ended in a mistrial Thursday after jurors ...and more »

Mistrial in ex-Sheriff Baca corruption case: 'Hard-working deputies should not be judged' - MyNewsLA.com;

Mistrial in ex-Sheriff Baca corruption case: 'Hard-working deputies should not be judged' - MyNewsLA.com

MyNewsLA.comMistrial in ex-Sheriff Baca corruption case: 'Hard-working deputies should not be judged'MyNewsLA.comThe mistrial declared in the federal corruption trial of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca should not be viewed as absolving leadership failures in the department, the heads of the sheriff's deputies' union said Thursday. Ron Hernandez ...and more »

Mistrial declared in trial of ex-Los Angeles County sheriff - OCRegister;

Mistrial declared in trial of ex-Los Angeles County sheriff - OCRegister

OCRegisterMistrial declared in trial of ex-Los Angeles County sheriffOCRegisterIn this Oct. 3, 2012, photo, former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca speaks in Los Angeles. A federal judge has declared a mistrial in Baca's corruption trial after jurors said they were hopelessly deadlocked. The judge made the decision Thursday, Dec.and more »

Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca's Corruption Case Declared Mistrial - KQED;

Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca's Corruption Case Declared Mistrial - KQED

KQEDFormer LA Sheriff Lee Baca's Corruption Case Declared MistrialKQEDFormer L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca, center, leaves the federal courthouse on Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016. His attorney, Nathan Hochman, is on his left. (Frank Stoltze/KPCC). By Brian Melley Associated Press December 22, 2016. Share. Click to share on ...and more »

Ex-LA County Sheriff Lee Baca's obstruction trial ends in mistrial; jurors hopelessly deadlocked - Los Angeles Times;

Ex-LA County Sheriff Lee Baca's obstruction trial ends in mistrial; jurors hopelessly deadlocked - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesEx-LA County Sheriff Lee Baca's obstruction trial ends in mistrial; jurors hopelessly deadlockedLos Angeles TimesA mistrial was declared Thursday in the corruption case against former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca after a jury failed to reach a verdict on charges that he tried to obstruct an FBI investigation into allegations that deputies abused jail ...and more »

Jury Deadlocked in Lee Baca Corruption Trial; Judge Declares Mistrial - L.A. Weekly;

Jury Deadlocked in Lee Baca Corruption Trial; Judge Declares Mistrial - L.A. Weekly

L.A. WeeklyJury Deadlocked in Lee Baca Corruption Trial; Judge Declares MistrialL.A. WeeklyA federal jury was deadlocked today in the corruption trial of former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca. The judge in the case declared a mistrial. Baca faced charges of obstructing a federal investigation, committing criminal conspiracy and lying to ...and more »

Judge declares mistrial in ex-Sheriff Lee Baca's corruption trial - LA Daily News;

Judge declares mistrial in ex-Sheriff Lee Baca's corruption trial - LA Daily News

LA Daily NewsJudge declares mistrial in ex-Sheriff Lee Baca's corruption trialLA Daily NewsLeroy Baca, and Attorney Nathan Hochman speaking to media after judge declares mistrial in Federal corruption trial of former Sheriff Lee Baca Thursday, December 22, 2016. (Photo by Walt Mancini/Pasadena Star-News/SCNG). Former Los Angeles County ...and more »

Mistrial in ex-Sheriff Baca corruption case: Jurors 'hopelessly' deadlocked - MyNewsLA.com;

Mistrial in ex-Sheriff Baca corruption case: Jurors 'hopelessly' deadlocked - MyNewsLA.com

MyNewsLA.comMistrial in ex-Sheriff Baca corruption case: Jurors 'hopelessly' deadlockedMyNewsLA.comSheriff Lee Baca accepting the award for the 2013 Sheriff of the Year from the National Sheriffs' Association on June 23, 2013. Photo courtesy of LASD. With jurors saying they were hopelessly deadlocked, a judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the ...and more »

Lee Baca's trials aren't over yet - Los Angeles Times;

Lee Baca's trials aren't over yet - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesLee Baca's trials aren't over yetLos Angeles TimesLee Baca presented himself as a reform-minded sheriff who brought education programs to his jails and campaigned for improved human relations in Los Angeles County and around the world, yet he presided over a jail system in which deputies brutally beat ...and more »

Mistrial Declared in Former LA County Sheriff's Case - Wall Street Journal;

Mistrial Declared in Former LA County Sheriff's Case - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalMistrial Declared in Former LA County Sheriff's CaseWall Street JournalLOS ANGELES—The federal judge in the obstruction-of-justice case against former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca declared a mistrial Thursday, after jurors informed him they were hopelessly deadlocked. The outcome, on the fourth day of jury ...and more »

Mistrial declared in corruption case against ex-Los Angeles sheriff - Reuters

Mistrial declared in corruption case against ex-Los Angeles sheriffReutersLOS ANGELES A federal judge declared a mistrial on Thursday in the corruption case against former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca after determining jurors were hopelessly deadlocked in trying to reach a unanimous verdict, a spokesman for the U.S. ...and more »

Mistrial Declared In Corruption Case Against Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca - NPR;

Mistrial Declared In Corruption Case Against Former LA Sheriff Lee Baca - NPR

NPRMistrial Declared In Corruption Case Against Former LA Sheriff Lee BacaNPRThe judge has declared a mistrial in the corruption trial against former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca. The jury said it was hopelessly deadlocked after three days of deliberations, according to The Associated Press. It is now up to prosecutors ...and more »

Mistrial in Baca Case Declared After Jury Deadlocks - Courthouse News Service

Mistrial in Baca Case Declared After Jury DeadlocksCourthouse News ServiceLOS ANGELES (CN) – A federal judge on Thursday declared a mistrial in the obstruction trial of former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, after concluding the six men and six women of the jury were hopelessly deadlocked. The jury had deliberated since ...and more »