L.A. County judge, Daniel L. Brenner, who also was a recognized expert in communications law, was struck and killed Monday as he was attempting to cross a West L.A. street. He was 64.
Brenner was walking across Beverwil Drive near Pico Boulevard about 6 p.m. when a vehicle heading northbound struck him. Brenner was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Gov. Jerry Brown appointed Brenner to the bench in 2012, and the jurist had most recently heard civil matters in the Chatsworth Courthouse, according to court spokeswoman Mary Hearn. Continue reading
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