Special Order 7
Court Temporarily Allows LAPD Impound Policy That Makes It Easier For Unlicensed Drivers To Keep Cars
A Los Angeles Police Department policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after police stops will be temporarily allowed while a state court examines its merits.
A Los Angeles city councilman wants to put the brakes on impounding vehicles of unlicensed immigrants until a new law allowing them to get driver’s licenses goes into effect.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has made a turnaround in regards to Special Order 7.
A Superior Court judge has ruled that he will not table his decision to wipe out Chief Charlie Beck’s Special Order 7, which had added certain conditions for the impounding of vehicles.
A Superior Court judge on Monday struck down a controversial policy that in certain cases allowed police to release the impounded cars of unlicensed drivers.
A Superior Court Judge Friday refused to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the LAPD’s controversial Special Order 7.
Two lawsuits aimed at a controversial LAPD policy limiting how long the city can impound vehicles of unlicensed drivers were consolidated into a single lawsuit.