LA Court Can't Place Added Fines On People Unable To Pay Traffic TicketsThe Los Angeles County Superior Court will no longer be able to issue additional fines to people who cannot afford to pay jaywalking and traffic citations as part of a court settlement.
County Courthouse Shut Down Abruptly For Structural Damage To RoofThe Los Angeles Superior Court’s Mental Health Courthouse was shut down Thursday until further notice because of structural damage to the aging facility’s roof, officials said.
26-Year-Old Gang Member Found Guilty Of Murdering Pasadena Barbershop OwnerAuthorities said a 26-year-old gang member was found guilty Friday of killing a well-known and well-liked Pasadena barbershop owner.
5 Convicted Bell Leaders Sue Former City AttorneyFive former leaders of the city of Bell who were convicted in a municipal fraud scandal sued their former city attorney Friday.
Woman Sues Forest Lawn After Alleged Coyote Attack At Mother's GravesiteMari Teroganesian filed documents against Forest Lawn Memorial Park Association and Forest Lawn Mortuary in Los Angeles Superior Court October 9.
Court Temporarily Allows LAPD Impound Policy That Makes It Easier For Unlicensed Drivers To Keep Cars A Los Angeles Police Department policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after police stops will be temporarily allowed while a state court examines its merits.
Wrongway Driver In 14 Freeway Pileup Sentenced To 7 Years In PrisonA Los Angeles County Superior Court judge today imposed the maximum sentence on 54-year-old Rick Allen Walker.
Father Of Man Fatally Struck By Metro Bus While Chasing Dog Sues AgencyWalter Shelby, Jr. filed claims in Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday, claiming Metro was negligent in the death of his son, Xavier Shelby.
Budget Cuts Lead LA County Court To Cut 511 JobsThe Los Angeles County Superior Court says it will have to eliminate 511 jobs by late June as part of a sweeping effort to cut its budget by $85 million.
Former Raider DE Smith Ordered To Stand Trial For 4 MurdersFormer NFL player Anthony Wayne Smith has been ordered to stand trial for four murders.
Fire LA Court Spokesman Denies TMZ.com LeaksThe former spokesman for the Los Angeles County Superior Court claims false rumors that he leaked information to a celebrity news website were used as pretext for his firing.