There is no constitutional right for the people to carry concealed firearms in public, an 11-judge federal appeals court ruled on challenges from San Diego
Courts simply don’t have to power to declare California constitutionally obligated to provide a “quality” education to students, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday. The
A federal appeals court has been asked by the city of Chico to throw out the civil rights suit filed by a drunken man who
A federal appeals court has upheld the criminal conviction for excessive campaign contributions by a wealthy Nevada lawyer and lobbyist for U.S. Senator Harry Reid.
California may cut the retirement benefits of some public employees without running afoul of the state Constitution, a state appeals court ruled Thursday. The Fourth
The lawsuit by San Francisco nudists challenging a city ordinance banning walking on city streets naked has been hanging by, well, a thread for a