A California corrections officer has been sentenced to a year in jail after pleading no contest to stalking a former girlfriend who broke off their relationship.
Taking care of legal matters in Los Angeles County could soon take a lot longer. Court administrators plan to eliminate more than 300 jobs at the end of June to save $300 million.
It’s a holiday tomorrow — like you forgot?
As California struggles to regain its financial footing, the budget axe could soon fall on the state’s justice system.
Democratic leaders are pushing for a budget plan that would mean deeper cuts for schools and higher fees and taxes for most of California.
Arraignment courts were shut down and cases were reassigned to alternate locations after water was shut off to the entire 18-floor building.
Courts and most government offices will be closed Friday in observance of the New Year’s holiday.