The U.S. Senate confirmed Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Beverly Reid O’Connell to serve as district judge in the Los Angeles-based Central District of
The former treasurer of South Gate, California and a paid consultant had some, but not all, of their corruption and bribery convictions reversed Monday by
In a significant clarification of environmental law, a state appeals court has said, the taking eight acres land through eminent domain as part of the
The decade-long fight over jailhouse strip searches of anti-war demonstrators in San Francisco may finally produce some money for the victims of the searches. U.S.
A federal appeals court reinstated the wage law violation suit of Nevada workers who say they should be paid for the time they spend going
California must take “immediate steps” to get its prison population down to the court-ordered 137 percent of capacity by the end of 2013, a special