The NCAA has asked a federal judge to delay, potentially for weeks, a hearing on class certification of former college basketball and football players suing
A notorious 1996 case of two execution-style murders, in which prosecutors initially sought a death penalty, will have to go back to court for resentencing.
A federal receiver, overseeing California’s troubled prisons ordered officials to move hundreds of inmates out of two Central Valley prisons to avoid the risk of
A federal judge in San Francisco sentenced AU Optronics Corp. executive Steven Leung to two years in prison and fined him $50,000 Monday for his
Federal judges had better be careful when they instruct jurors not to “speculate.” A San Diego judge, without being asked by the government, “effectively instructed
The federal courts have a bit of good news for the general economy: bankruptcy filings fell over 14 percent for the 12 months ending March