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Starr awarded court costs in suit against Oxnard Mayor’s false ballot statement

Starr awarded court costs in suit against Oxnard Mayor’s false ballot statement

By George Miller During the Oxnard special recall election, Aaron Starr alleged that incumbent Mayor Tim Flynn’s submitted ballot statement made false claims about having a “clean audit” and “balanced budget.” A lawsuit and a court ruling erased the “alleged” part and forced Flynn to bring the statement into alignment with reality. Flynn has continued to […]

Courtroom drama: Starr successfully challenges Oxnard Mayor Flynn ballot statement

Courtroom drama: Starr successfully challenges Oxnard Mayor Flynn ballot statement

By George Miller Oxnard special recall election (May 1) Mayoral challenger candidate Aaron Starr was in court again today, this time to challenge the veracity of Incumbent Mayor Tim Flynn’s ballot statement. Flynn had emphasized in his submitted statement that the city now has a “clean” audit and a balanced budget for the first time […]

Oxnard Measure M trial nears conclusion

Oxnard Measure M trial nears conclusion

  By William Westmiller & Deborah Baber-Savalla Aaron Starr and Oxnard City may complete their arguments tomorrow. After nearly two years of legal proceedings, the “Trial of Measure M” (City of Oxnard vs. Aaron Starr) could be concluded tomorrow, according to defense attorney Chad Morgan. The dispute over wastewater treatment rates will be in the […]

Busy day in court for City of Oxnard vs. Aaron Starr Measure M wastewater case

Busy day in court for City of Oxnard vs. Aaron Starr Measure M wastewater case

By George Miller   Starr and City fight it out on the numbers, alleged harm to the city and Measure M financial justification On Friday, December 29, 2017, the City of Oxnard did battle vs local manufacturing financial officer, activist and Council recall initiator Aaron Starr. in Ventura County Superior Court, with Judge Rocky Baio presiding. […]

Court declares Craig Coley factually innocent

Court declares Craig Coley factually innocent

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that the Ventura County Superior Court has vacated Craig Coley’s convictions for murder, and has made a finding that he is factually innocent. Mr. Coley was found guilty of the 1978 murders of Rhonda Wicht and her 4-year-old son Donald. He served over 38 years […]