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Greg Moran

Greg Moran is a member of The San Diego Union-Tribune's investigative reporting team, with a strong background in legal affairs and an emphasis on federal agencies. He has been at the U-T since 1991. Moran covered the case of Santana High School shooter Charles “Andy” Williams, the legal battle over the Mount Soledad cross, and the state and federal criminal cases against members of the San Diego pension board. He graduated from Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., with a bachelor’s degree in English. In addition to winning state and regional journalism awards, Moran was part of the first class of journalists selected to attend the Journalist Law School at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.
In civil court, poor litigants won't have to pay for own court reporter

For more than a decade Barry Jameson fought for his day in court, a fight made more complicated because Jameson began it from behind prison walls, as an inmate at Richard J. Donovan State Prison.

State court agency has paid more than $800,000 since 2010 to settle legal claims, records show

The state court system has paid out $645,410 in legal settlements alleging  sexual harassment and discrimination by judges and court officers over the past eight years, new information from the state Judicial Council shows.

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