Vince G. Chhabria cleared the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on a 13-5 roll call vote Thursday to advance his nomination to a judgeship on the
A group of 24 Mexican farmworkers, hired to work on a Nevada onion farm under the temporary worker H-2A visa program, will get their day
LFG National Capital has been trying unsuccessfully to get its hands on Joseph Alioto’s $28 million fee in an antitrust case, for his representation of
California’s law regulating the purchase of ammunition “principally for use” in handguns has been struck down as unconstitutionally vague by a state appeals. The law,
Tossing non-native fish in plastic bags from airplanes into California lakes is apparently okay. At least, a federal judge last week dismissed a lawsuit by
Robert A. Poyson needed just 14 appellate judges to vote to rehear his appeal to spare him from execution in Arizona. He got 12 votes.