U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler has become the go-to jurist to help mediate criminal matters, a practice that hasn't caught on in other districts
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Originally Published: The Recorder
...North Coast Rivers Alliance (the Alliance) challenged this action, claiming, among other things, that the EIR failed to analyze adequately the adverse environmental consequences of...
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