The government asked a federal judge to sentence corrupt San Francisco cop Ian Furminger to the max Friday, calling his conduct “reprehensible – ranging from
The California Supreme Court has agreed to examine the constitutionality of a state law requiring all adults arrested or charged with felonies to submit to
A federal appeals court has blocked the $8.5 million class settlement over Groupon certificates allegedly sold with illegally short expiration dates. The 9th U.S. Circuit
In a victory for open records, the California Supreme Court held Thursday that citations for violation of public health in nursing homes are public records.
The owner of a Petaluma slaughterhouse pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to distribute the adulterated and uninspected meat of sick cattle. Jesse “Babe” Amaral, Jr.,
Former state Sen. Leland Yee will seek a delay in the June 22 trial date of his trial on racketeering, gun running, money laundering and