Doug Otto

attorney

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Attorney who represented the victims and their families in the Long Beach hate-crime case

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When nine black teenagers were convicted of the Halloween beating of three white women in Long Beach, there was delight on one side and outrage on the other.  As the when teens were…

Was the Judge Lenient in Sentencing Long Beach Teens?

When nine black teenagers were convicted of the Halloween beating of three white women in Long Beach, there was delight on one side and outrage on the other.  As the when teens were…

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