Former UCLA Health gynecologist James Heaps is appealing his sexual battery and penetration convictions.
Heaps – who was sentenced to 11 years in prison April 26 – is appealing on the basis that the trial court may have erred in procedure and denied Heaps a fair trial, his attorney Leonard Levine said.
Former UCLA gynecologist James Heaps was sentenced to 11 years in state prison for felony sexual battery and penetration Wednesday.
Heaps was convicted on three counts of sexual battery by fraud and two counts of sexual exploitation of an unconscious victim on Oct.
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Last year, the Bruins walked into the Rose Bowl for a showdown with the Sun Devils with something to prove.
UCPD is searching for a suspect reportedly involved in an on-campus sexual battery Monday morning.
The incident took place at the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus stop at the 400 block of Westwood Plaza around 10:40 a.m., according to a UCPD crime alert sent Wednesday morning.
Angelina Quint, an Undergraduate Students Association Council presidential candidate, was disqualified from the undergraduate election Thursday.
Quint’s disqualification followed an Undergraduate Students Association Elections Board announcement Tuesday that she may face disqualification for continued noncompliance with board sanctions against her.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council announced that it had come to an agreement with the university to end February’s 16-day sit-in protest at Murphy Hall. The agreement included new university funding and guaranteed future meetings with administrators.
UCLA will host an in-person commencement for the class of 2020 this spring.
The outdoor ceremony will be held June 12 and include alumni from the College of Letters and Science, International Institute, Herb Alpert School of Music, UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, School of Nursing, and School of Theater, Film and Television.
Editor’s note: The following article contains discussions of suicide, which may be disturbing to some readers.
A mental health advocacy club and its national parent organization co-hosted a suicide awareness exhibit in Wilson Plaza on Wednesday.
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