Tamara Audi

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Reporter in the Los Angeles Bureau of the Wall Street Journal


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A Los Angeles judge ruled today that an 840-pound Brazilian emerald will remain in Sheriff's custody until it's decided who owns it.

Legal Battle over 840-pound Emerald

A Los Angeles judge ruled today that an 840-pound Brazilian emerald will remain in Sheriff's custody until it's decided who owns it.

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