The eight former Bell city officials who are accused of looting money from the city will ask to have their charges dropped.
A bankruptcy judge Thursday ruled that Major League Baseball does not have to turn over a number of documents to the Dodgers or make baseball commissioner Bud Selig available for a deposition.
The high court’s ruling overturned the previous ruling from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Sacramento that said the law violated minors’ rights under the First Amendment.
Citing medical privacy, an Alameda County judge has denied state workplace safety officials access to medical files and personal information for a porn actress who contracted HIV in 2009.
A federal judge has upheld a gay judge’s ruling to strike down California’s same-sex marriage ban.
A federal appeals court has upheld former Orange County Sheriff Michael Carona’s conviction for witness tampering.
A San Francisco judge has issued a preliminary ruling that would allow the sale of 11 state properties to go through.