The receivership case against Jerry Cox took an unexpected twist on Monday morning when the judge presiding over the case allowed lawyers to try to hammer out a deal behind closed doors.
Specifically, the judge allowed the lawyers representing the county and California Receivership Group to discuss the issues and said if Cox’s lawyer wanted to be present he could but added Cox would almost certainly be getting nothing from an agreement.
The discharge hearing is the culmination of years of court ...
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