Candace Marie Brito and Vanesa Tapia Zavala on Thursday were both found guilty of killing 23-year-old Kim Pham on Jan. 19 during a melee outside the Crosby Bar and Nightclub.
Arman Samsonian will be sentenced to 70 days of community labor, probation, and a fine and will have to pay restitution.
A 20-year-old Orange County man was arrested Thursday for driving under the influence after one of his passengers was killed in a crash.
The U.S. Marshals Service Tuesday announced that a fugitive couple charged in the death of their 2-year-old adopted daughter have been spotted several times, most recently in Maywood.
A Encino man has been arrested for vessel manslaughter in the boating death of a 16-year-old boy last summer.
Six alternate jurors have been selected for a civil trial over Michael Jackson’s death, setting the stage for opening statements next week.
A man pleaded guilty Friday to voluntary manslaughter in a case where the victim died 15 years after being shot.
The man accused of breaking into the home of rapper and “NCIS Los Angeles” star LL COOL J was convicted of manslaughter more than 20 years ago, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
A Riverside County school board member must stand trial on charges of rape, pimping, pandering and attempted manslaughter.
An Oxnard woman was sentenced to prison Tuesday, and her father to jail, after she killed a teen cyclist in a hit and run accident and he helped her cover it up.
Dr. Conrad Murray could take the stand Tuesday before witness testimony wraps up in his involuntary manslaughter trial. Murray is accused of administering a deadly dose of the anesthetic propofol to pop star Michael Jackson on June 25, 2009.
A judge says comments made to a reporter by a key expert who will testify for the doctor charged in Michael Jackson’s death may be a violation of a court order.
Michael Jackson was so heavily drugged in the hours before his death that he would have been incapable of self-administering the massive dose of propofol that killed him, a medical expert testified Thursday at the trial of Jackson’s doctor.
Even if Dr. Conrad Murray is convicted for manslaughter in the death of pop superstar Michael Jackson, it is possible that he could avoid any time behind bars.
The jury in the involuntary manslaughter case against Michael Jackson’s personal physician have heard the conclusion of the doctor’s police interview that occurred two days after the singer’s death.