Judge Bans 6 Gangs From Area Near Downtown LAA Superior Court judge has granted a permanent injunction banning members of six Los Angeles street gangs from congregating or carrying weapons within a nearly 4-square-mile area near downtown.
Judge Rules Porn Actress Can Sue Co-Star For Allegedly Giving Her STD A Superior Court judge ruled Friday that an adult film actress is able to seek a judgement against a male co-star she says gave her a STD.
Riverside Woman Sentenced to Life Without Parole In Murder Of Nurse, 66
Lawyer Says City's 1st Openly Gay Officer Was Retaliated Against For Alleging DiscriminationSergeant Mitchell Grobeson, the LAPD's first openly gay officer, was retaliated against at work after he accused the city of discrimination for a second time, his lawyer told a jury Thursday.
Ruling Halting Outsourcing Jobs In Costa Mesa Is Upheld An Orange County appellate panel has upheld a lower court's ruling halting Costa Mesa officials from laying off city employees and outsourcing jobs to private companies.
Judge Dismisses Charges Against Former Bell Mayor, CouncilmanA judge on Tuesday dismissed one of the two felony charges against a pair of former top-ranking officials in the city of Bell.
Panel Removes OC Judge Who Fixed Traffic Tickets For Friends, Pastor An Orange County Superior Court judge was removed by a state oversight panel for helping friends and relatives get out of traffic tickets for minimal costs.
Six Appointed As Los Angeles Superior Court JudgesA half-dozen people were appointed today as Los Angeles Superior Court judges by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Jurors To Begin Deliberations In Conrad Murray Trial FridayClosing arguments concluded Thursday in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray.
Judge Acquitted In Campaign Bribery CaseA jury has found a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge not guilty of offering to pay an opponent to drop out of a 2008 race for a judicial seat.
Attorney: OC Judge Fixed Traffic Tickets, But No Ethics ViolationAttorney Paul Meyer told a three-justice panel that while the action may have been irresponsible, it was not an intentional violation of judicial ethics.