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DA HESTRIN ANNOUNCES $18.8 MILLION SETTLEMENT WITH TIME WARNER CABLE

DA HESTRIN ANNOUNCES $18.8 MILLION SETTLEMENT WITH TIME WARNER CABLE

RIVERSIDE – Today, Feb. 20, 2020, District Attorney Mike Hestrin announced an $18.8 million settlement with Time Warner Cable on behalf of more than 170,000 consumers across the state who paid for internet speeds they did not actually receive.

RIVERSIDE – Today, Feb. 20, 2020, District Attorney Mike Hestrin announced an $18.8 million settlement with Time Warner Cable on behalf of more than 170,000 consumers across the state who paid for internet speeds they did not actually receive.

“It is important for Riverside County residents to know that they are getting a fair shake,” DA Hestrin said. “Corporations must absolutely abide by the law. This enormous settlement shows the potential result if they do not.”


JURY CONVICTS WOMAN OF ANIMAL ABUSE INVOLVING A HORSE AND DOG

JURY CONVICTS WOMAN OF ANIMAL ABUSE INVOLVING A HORSE AND DOG

RIVERSIDE – A Riverside County jury today, Feb. 11, 2020, found a Perris area woman guilty of two counts of animal abuse by neglect involving a dog and a horse.

RIVERSIDE – A Riverside County jury today, Feb. 11, 2020, found a Perris area woman guilty of two counts of animal abuse by neglect involving a dog and a horse. Susan Violet Guillot, DOB: 9-25-57, was convicted of two counts of Penal Code section 597(b) abusing animals by neglect, regarding her dog Karma and her horse Sweetie. Guillot is scheduled to be sentenced on April 24, 2020, in Dept. 64 at the Hall of Justice in Riverside.