Carlos R. Moreno

California State Supreme Court (retired)

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Retired associate justice of the California Supreme Court and appointee to the Los Angeles County Commission on Jail Violence; former federal court judge in the US District Court for the Central District of California; former Los Angeles County Superior Court judge

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LA County Sheriff Lee Baca has told the Board of Supervisors his staff didn't tell him of brutal violence by deputies against inmates in county jails, including some who are mentally…

Justice Carlos Moreno on LA Jail Violence

LA County Sheriff Lee Baca has told the Board of Supervisors his staff didn't tell him of brutal violence by deputies against inmates in county jails, including some who are mentally…

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