Downtown

Inside the Hall of Justice renovations (video)



The county has produced a nice video showing the restoration work going on inside the long-vacant Hall of Justice in Downtown Los Angeles. The sheriff's department and the DA will move in when work is done in 2014, assuming all goes well. This is the building where many famous trials took place, including those of Sirhan Sirhan and Charles Manson and the girls.

hall-of-justice-019.jpgPreviously on LA Observed:
Inside the vacant Hall of Justice


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