California prison officials are in trouble for foot-dragging again. On Monday, a federal judge gave the state 90 days to transfer thousands of inmates at
[UPDATED] Gov. Jerry Brown isn’t about to open the state prison gates to release even low-level inmates to meet a judge-imposed deadline to end overcrowding.
Although a husband’s payment for state pension credit for premarital military service came from community property assets, he is not required to share the pension
A federal jury ruled Friday in favor of former Electronic Arts Inc. programmer Robin Antonick, saying he did not learn until after 2005 that EA
Listen up Judge Charles Lovell, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals did not say, back in 2012 that political party contributions to Montana’s nonpartisan
Financially strapped cities must abide by their agreements to arbitrate employee wage disputes, even when a financial emergency prompts furloughs, a divided California Supreme Court