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Loren Miller (judge) - Biography - Death
... The Honorable Loren Miller died in Los Angeles on July 14, 1967 ... Obituary Judge Miller, Civil Rights Figure, Dies "Municipal Judge Loren Miller, one of the most prominent figures in the history of the civil rights movement in California, died Friday night at ... Rea Schneider, the attending physician, said Judge Mill died of emphysema, a severe respiratory illness, complicated by pneumonia ...
Berkeley Oak Grove Controversy - Court Cases - Initial Lawsuit
... The initial lawsuit was handled by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Barbara Miller ... Judge Miller's July 22, 2008 ruling was thought to be a final ruling, but an appellate court ruled on August 7, 2008 that the trial with Judge Miller was still ongoing ... Judge Miller confirmed her earlier ruling as final on August 26, 2008 ...
Berkeley Oak Grove Controversy - Court Cases - Initial Lawsuit - Intermediate Ruling
... On July 22, 2008 Judge Miller handed down what was thought to be her final ruling ... Judge Miller ruled that the University's amended proposal satisfied environmental and seismic safety requirements ... Judge Miller also ruled that her previous injunction against construction on the site would be lifted in seven days, on July 29, 2008, allowing the university to remove the trees and begin construction ...

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    Twenty-two years ago Judge [then-Senator Stephen] Douglas and I first became acquainted. We were both young then; he a trifle younger than I. Even then, we were both ambitious; I, perhaps, quite as much so as he. With me, the race of ambition has been a failure—a flat failure; with him it has been one of splendid success.
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