A Swiss Army knife is not a dagger. And that’s good news for Emmanuel Castillolopez, whose conviction for carrying a concealed dagger was reversed Thursday
In a brief State of the Judiciary speech that was broad on generalities while short on specifics, Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye told California lawmakers that
A Stanford University law professor who specializes in criminal and international law has been nominated as a justice on the California Supreme Court by Gov.
Target and other retail stores in California are under no legal obligation to install defibrillators for customer safety in case a patron suffers a heart
The California Supreme Court upheld the death sentence of a man who testified at his own trial telling jurors that he was rather be executed