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Jennie Rodriguez-Moore

Jennie Rodriguez-Moore has been at The Record newspaper since February 2002. Prior to courts and corrections, she wrote about the Latino community, University of the Pacific and Tracy city government. Rodriguez-Moore is a Stockton native. Her interests include running, watching crime TV and spending time with her family.

San Joaquin County settles in lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and Neutrogena

Last week, on Jan. 13, the District Attorney’s Offices of Shasta, Fresno, San Joaquin and Yolo counties reached a settlement in a consumer protection lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and Neutrogena. The counties brought forward product packaging violations in over-the-counter sales of health and beauty products by the two companies, according to an announcement from Shasta [...]

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Victims of violence receive Christmas gifts

On Monday, Dec. 19, New York Life, Stockton Fire Department and the U.S. Marines Motorcycle Club donated a mountain of Christmas gifts to children, who have been affected by violent crimes, at an event organized by the Victim Witness Division of the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office. Additionally, the agency gained the support of [...]

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Bank of the West robbery indictment

Jaime Ramos, 20, and Pablo Ruvalcaba, 21, have been indicted by a criminal grand jury on more than three dozen counts of criminal charges in the July 16 Bank of the West robbery that ended in tragedy. They were arraigned Monday before a press conference at the Stockton Police Department. View the indictment here: RamosRuvalcabaIndictment

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More death row inmates die of natural causes and suicide

According to a press release sent today announcing the death of condemned inmate Keith Richardson, 52, more inmates have died from natural causes and suicide than any other cause since California reinstated capital punishment in 1978. Stats: 66 have died from natural causes, 23 from suicide, 13 have been executed in California, one was executed [...]

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X-Ray of hand gun found at Stockton courthouse

The X-Ray of the loaded hand gun found in a woman’s purse as she went through screening in the Stockton family court. In today’s paper: http://www.recordnet.com/article/20141119/NEWS/141119517/0/SEARCH

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“ID theft” in the case of Jaime Ramos

In this story http://www.recordnet.com/article/20141101/NEWS/141109956/0/SEARCH false IDs were seized from the homes of the suspects in the July 16 robbery of Bank of the West. To be clear, it doesn’t mean the people on the false IDs were identified as suspects in the robbery. At least one of those persons – Jefferey Olvera – is the alleged victim [...]

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Brown signed bills developed by Pacific students

Gov. Jerry Brown this week signed into law four bills that were were created by students at University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law. Developing the bills was part of a unique program, the school’s new Legislative and Public Policy Clinic, that looks at issues facing Californians. The students’ contributions, Pacific stated: “Getting “revenge [...]

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View court order-San Joaquin must pay $2 mill retaliation lawsuit award

On Tuesday a federal judge denied motions from San Joaquin County to overturn a jury’s decision to award former assistant chief investigator Janis Trulsson $2 million because District Attorney James Willett retaliated against her by not hiring her to be chief of her division after she had complained of discrimination in the agency (http://www.recordnet.com/article/20140924/NEWS/140929774/0/SEARCH). Willett’s [...]

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Local prosecutor challenges Calaveras judge

Good story on San Joaquin County Deputy District Attorney challenging a Calaveras County judge in the election by former Record reporter Dana Nichols, who is now at the Calaveras Enterprise: http://www.calaverasenterprise.com/news/article_e1ed0498-42b1-11e4-8eb5-d7952d79aac9.html

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City to adopt anti-human trafficking resolution

The City of Stockton is proposing a resolution in support of a “slavery-free,” anti-trafficking community. City council members will vote on the decision at Tuesday’s 5:30 p.m. meeting. Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world, the resolution states. And California is a major place for recruitment, transportation and solicitation point because of [...]

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