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San Diego Bomb House Suspect Pleads Guilty

Federal lawyers were able to reach a plea agreement with the man accused of creating a bomb factory out of a San Diego North County home. This agreement will hold George Jakubec in prison for a minimum of 30 years.

This plea agreement was to avoid trial on several felony charges. The man admitted being guilty on two counts unrelated to the bomb factory on in San Diego which were carrying a firearm during a bank robbery, and an attempted bank robbery. Both of them stemming from 2009 incidents.

Jakubec Appeared in a US District Court and also a knowledge possessing many volatile and dangerous chemicals, detonators, and other materials used for creating bombs. In exchange for his admissions of guilt, the office of the US attorney was dropping several felony counts related to his activities.

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Allegations Against San Diego Police Officer

Regarding a late December and counter with local San Diego police officer Anthony Arevalos, A. 21-year-old woman filed a complaint with police officials that the officer made several inappropriate comments during a traffic stop.

She was initially pulled over because she had expired registration tags and reported that officer Arevalos asked her to exit the vehicle and made comments such as ‘What do you have under that coat?’ and ‘We can go to my back seat.’

The woman, whose name was not released, also mentioned that the officer said ‘I don’t have to take you to jail and ‘We can take care of this.’

The woman never complied with the officers suggestions and mentioned that the inappropriate suggestions stopped as soon as a second officer arrived after about 30 minutes.

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Federal Judge in San Diego: Battaglia

On Monday it was unanimously confirmed that Anthony Battaglia was nominated in San Diego as a federal judge. His nomination fills a vacancy on the US District Court that has been open since October 2009. The void was first created when Judge James Lorenz took what is called senior status.

Battaglia Was nominated back in May by Pres. Obama. The non-nation was then approved by the Senate Judiciary committee however a vote was blocked by Republicans who held several Obama nominations as the expiration of the Congressional session occurred.

Battaglia’s Approval was unanimously upheld by the committee for a second time in February which led into the flow which occurred on Monday.

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Survivors of Train Crash in Court

Two and a half years ago when a passenger train slammed head-on into a freight train there were over 100 people seriously injured. Two of those people sat before a judge in a courtroom and described a horrific scene and their suffering they sustained during the accident.

Their was a $200 million settlement that the judge is determining how to divide up. One man who was most severely injured with damage to his spine and a broken neck wants the judge to determine how to divide the settlement most appropriately. The entire pool of money will likely be divided among the families of 25 who were killed during the accident and 100 other who were injured, advised a injury attorney.

The judge estimated that it will take two months to hear from all of the victims and divide the money most appropriately as there is a federally mandated cap on the fund available. It is not known if a car accident lawyer San Diego will be involved.