Mark Geragos

Geragos and Geragos

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Principal attorney for Geragos & Geragos, currently filing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of all teachers who have been denied due process rights by LA Unified

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Rafe Esquith teaches fifth grade at LA Unified's Hobart Elementary School in Koreatown.  He's been profiled by PBS, CBS, Time and People.

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Rafe Esquith teaches fifth grade at LA Unified's Hobart Elementary School in Koreatown.  He's been profiled by PBS, CBS, Time and People.

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Next year, Lee Baca will be running for a fifth term as Sheriff of Los Angeles County.

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Next year, Lee Baca will be running for a fifth term as Sheriff of Los Angeles County.

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