By: Hillel Aron
LOS ANGELES (CN) — A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday that the process by which LA Sheriff’s deputies obtained a warrant to search the homes of two government officials was above board and “did not deviate from established processes.”
“That puts to bed the issue in whether or not there was irregularity in obtaining the search warrant,” Judge William Ryan told an attorney-packed courtroom on Thursday.
The decision was the latest plot point in what already feels like a long saga, even though it began little more than a week ago. The morning of Sept. 14, LA County Sheriffs deputies showed up, search warrants in hand, at the homes of County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl and Patti Giggans, a member of the sheriff’s oversight committee and the head of the nonprofit Peace Over Violence.
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