Originally Posted by robyne00
They are public info, but somehow they "disappear" or are "resolved". L.A. Superior Court as well as many other Superior Courts have tons of records. The odd thing is that somehow many are "inaccessible", and many requests for info get mysteriously denied.
Yeah, some of the documents may be sealed. On the other hand, Lexis-Nexis, the lawyer info system, pulls up a lot of the material on these people. I saw in the Ventura County database that someone tried to assault Terino once, for example, and he sued. The outcomes and stuff are all there.