Coronavirus: Jury Trials In California Suspended For 60 DaysCalifornia Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye Monday suspended all jury trials in California's superior courts for 60 days and allowed courts to immediately adopt new rules to address the impact of the coronavirus impact.
Sessions Takes Aim At Judges' Handling Of Immigration CasesThe AG's assessment potentially puts hundreds of thousands of people in greater legal limbo and could eventually reshape immigration courts.
Corrections Officer Sentenced To 1 Year For Stalking Ex-GirlfriendA California corrections officer has been sentenced to a year in jail after pleading no contest to stalking a former girlfriend who broke off their relationship.
Los Angeles County Court System To Eliminate 300 Jobs In JuneTaking care of legal matters in Los Angeles County could soon take a lot longer. Court administrators plan to eliminate more than 300 jobs at the end of June to save $300 million.
Who's Open, Who's Closed On Monday? It's a holiday tomorrow -- like you forgot?
Chief Justice: Service Cuts May 'Fundamentally' Change Calif. CourtsAs California struggles to regain its financial footing, the budget axe could soon fall on the state's justice system.
'Cynical' Californians Await Last-Ditch Budget Vote Before Paycheck StoppageDemocratic leaders are pushing for a budget plan that would mean deeper cuts for schools and higher fees and taxes for most of California.
Basement Flooding Shuts Down LA Criminal CourtsArraignment courts were shut down and cases were reassigned to alternate locations after water was shut off to the entire 18-floor building.
Courts, Many Government Offices Closed Friday For New Year's HolidayCourts and most government offices will be closed Friday in observance of the New Year's holiday.