Chauncey Bailey Project

Archive for November, 2010

Commentary: Case against Bey attorney must be pursued

Commentary: The allegations surrounding defense attorney Lorna Patton Brown, which have now been publicly known for nearly six months, go to the heart of the integrity of our judicial system. They must be investigated with alacrity and, if justified, she must be quickly charged.

Lawyer in Chauncey Bailey case is resigning from practice of law

OAKLAND — Lawyer Lorna Patton Brown is resigning from the practice of law after being implicated in a plot by her former client, Yusuf Bey IV, to kill witnesses in the Chauncey Bailey murder case, sources said Wednesday. It was unclear when her resignation will take effect.

Trial in Chauncey Bailey murder case begins

Trial in Chauncey Bailey murder case begins

OAKLAND — More than three years after the murder of journalist Chauncey Bailey, the trial of two men charged with his killing began — slowly — Monday in a courtroom just two blocks from where he fell in a hail of shotgun blasts. Although jury selection isn’t expected until January, Judge Thomas M. Reardon is considering several motions that could shape the direction of the case.

Part of Longmire’s amended civil rights lawsuit can proceed

Part of Longmire’s amended civil rights lawsuit can proceed

Much of an amended civil rights lawsuit filed by the former Oakland homicide detective who led the oft-criticized probe of journalist Chauncey Bailey’s 2007 slaying can go forward, a federal judge has ordered.

Judge delays start of Chauncey Bailey murder trial

Judge delays start of Chauncey Bailey murder trial

OAKLAND — A judge today delayed for one week the start of a trial of two men accused in the 2007 slayings of journalist Chauncey Bailey and two other men. Former Your Black Muslim Bakery leader Yusuf Bey IV and co-defendant Antoine Mackey will now go to trial before Judge Thomas Reardon next Monday.

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