Professor Lowenstein Quoted in Los Angeles Times on Investigations into Politicians' Residences

December 8, 2014 – Professor Emeritus Daniel Lowenstein is quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about nine politicians in L.A. County who have been successfully prosecuted in the past decade for lying about their residency when they ran for office.

The cases have left some wondering whether they were worth all the time, effort and cost.

"It's hard for me to think that the state of California will be better governed by these cases being brought forward," said UCLA Law School professor emeritus Daniel Lowenstein, who questioned whether prosecutors should instead focus on political corruption cases with broader public consequences, such as bribery or campaign money laundering.

Read the article.