The man accused of kidnapping and killing 17-year-old Norma Lopez pleaded not guilty in her murder Wednesday.
Rodney King has pleaded not guilty to DUI charges stemming from his arrest in July. King pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor charges in a Riverside courtroom Monday afternoon.
A Florida man has pleaded not guilty to a charge of interfering with a flight crew after his allegedly hysterical behavior on a Southwest Airlines plane led to an unscheduled landing in Texas.
A California woman has pleaded not guilty to cutting off her estranged husband’s penis and running it through a garbage disposal.
The college professor accused of leading a drug-dealing motorcycle gang plead not guilty Friday.
An urgent care doctor accused of sexually assaulting at least two patients pleaded not guilty Thursday morning to eight felony charges.
A San Bernardino County jury has acquitted a man of shooting to death three people in connection with a 12-year feud between him and his neighbor.
Singer-actor Rick Springfield pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a pair of misdemeanor DUI charges stemming from his May 1 arrest in Malibu.
An attorney and his client have been charged with vandalism and other misdemeanor counts after officers observed them breaking into a foreclosed Orange County home.
A registered sex offender has pleaded not guilty to masturbating in front of three teenage girls in a public library.
David Andrew Armstrong is charged in the March 18 killing of Brian Russell Kaplon, a digital distribution executive with NBCUniversal.
A man who jumped from a cliff in Rancho Palos Verdes while under the surveillance of sheriff’s detectives has pleaded not guilty in the murder of his wife.
Four former Bell city officials pleaded not guilty Thursday to corruption charges.
Lindsay Lohan is free on $40,000 bail after pleading not guilty to felony grand theft charges involving a one-of-a-kind necklace whose owner puts its value at $2,500
Lindsay Lohan walked into a courtroom to face a felony grand theft charge looking like a million dollars, only to be told by a judge she was no different than anyone else.