92-Year-Old Man Pleads No Contest To Killing His Wife On Valentine's DayCarven Nathaniel Kendrick pleaded open to one count of voluntary manslaughter and admitted the special allegation of use of a firearm.
Celebrity Fitness Trainer Pleads No Contest To Reckless Driving In DUI ArrestThe hard-bodied trainer is most-known for the Hollywood fitness show "Work Out" (2006-2008) and "Thintervention" on Bravo.
Swim Coach Gets 6 Years In Prison For Sexual Assault Of ChildSteven Matthew Garcia was also ordered to register as a lifetime sex offender.
Nanny At Center Of Shaken Baby Case Pleads No ContestMonica Rezonable changed her plea from not guilty to no contest Friday.
Homeless Man Gets 6 Years In Prison For Choking, Stabbing Boy, 11, Outside Disney HallRaul Villalba Ocampo, 33, entered his no contest plea to one count of child abuse before being sentenced .
Rhode Island Man, 18, Admits To Coming To Palmdale To Try To Have Sex With 12-Year-Old GirlJoel Rivera was arrested at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank on Sept. 3.
Homeless Man Sentenced To 2 Years In Jail For Attacking 2 Police OfficersDavid King Brewster, 25, entered a no contest plea to one felony count of battery with injury on a peace officer.
Podiatrist, 79, Pleads No Contest To Sexually Assaulting 4 PatientsArnold Lee Serkin practiced in Torrance.
John Stamos Pleads No Contest To Misdemeanor DUIActor John Stamos pleaded no contest Tuesday to a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence of a drug, according to Los Angeles County District Attorney’s officials.
Burbank Man, 24, Pleads No Contest To Punching Senior Citizen Over Nutella At CostcoDerrick Gharabighi faces up to two years in prison.
Former 'Scandal' Actor Pleads No Contest To Knocking Out Restaurant Patron In 2014Columbus Short was sentenced to three years formal probation, 60 days of community service and ordered to complete 26 anger management classes.
Former NYC Fire Department Captain Pleads No Contest To Sexually Molesting 2 Brothers In LAWilbert Riera, who resigned from the New York City Fire Department on Wednesday, returns to court on Oct. 8