The California Supreme Court declined Wednesday to hear an appeal by Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of pop star Michael Jackson.
A veterans group has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overrule a judge’s order to remove a war memorial cross from a Southern California mountain.
The Supreme Court sided Tuesday with LAPD officers in a ruling that states police officers may enter and search a home without a warrant as long as one occupant consents, even if another resident has previously objected.
The California Supreme Court announced Thursday it will grant a law license to a man living in the U.S. illegally who graduated from law school and passed the state bar exam.
In a brief ruling, the high court unanimously tossed out a legal challenge by supporters of Proposition 8.
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to delay a court order for California to release nearly 10,000 inmates by year’s end to improve conditions in state prisons.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is urging the state Supreme Court to reject the San Diego County clerk’s attempt to stop gay marriages in the state.
The San Diego County clerk has asked the state Supreme Court to stop gay marriages.
The California Supreme Court is refusing to order the state to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
California prison officials say they won’t appeal to the state Supreme Court a ruling invalidating the state’s three-drug cocktail means of execution.
After a long 5-year wait, same-sex couples are expected to flock to West Hollywood to get married Monday and the city is responding by temporarily deputizing council members and other officials to help perform the weddings.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals announced Friday that same-sex marriages can resume in California immediately.
Married same-sex couples were overjoyed with the Supreme Court’s decision Wednesday to strike down a key part of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act.
The Supreme Court has overturned part of the anti-smog program at the Port of Los Angeles.
In a Supreme Court decision Monday, the nation’s highest court ruled it constitutional for law enforcement to take DNA from suspects under arrest without a warrant, a practice legal in California since 2004.