Reiser Wrongful Death Trial Goes To JuryAn attorney who represents Hans Reiser’s two children asked jurors Monday to order Reiser to pay millions of dollars of damages for depriving them of their mother, Nina Reiser, by murdering her.
Court Sets Date For Civil Trial In Deadly San Bruno BlastPG&E has already reached a $70 million settlement with the city of San Bruno, though individual victims won't receive any portion of those funds. Instead, 8 individuals have banded together - they are representative of people who lost loved ones, suffered their own physical injuries or lost property in the blast.
Richmond Police Race Discrimination Trial BeginsSeven officers claim Chief Chris Magnus and former deputy chief Lori Ritter racially discriminated against them going back five years.
Ex-BART Cop Mehserle Wins Excessive Force CaseA federal jury in San Francisco has rejected an Oakland man’s claim that former BART police officer Johannes Mehserle and four other officers used excessive force when they arrested and restrained him at a BART station in 2008.
Civil Rights Trial Against Mehserle, BART Begins In '08 CaseFormer BART police officer Johannes Mehserle and four current officers were in federal court in San Francisco Tuesday for the start of a civil trial in which they are accused of using excessive force on an Oakland man three years ago.
De Anza Baseball Players Found Not Liable In Alleged '07 Gang RapeA Santa Clara County jury Thursday found that a pair of former De Anza College baseball players are not liable for the alleged gang rape of a 17-year-old girl at a house party in 2007.
De Anza College Rape Case Headed To Civil CourtNearly four years after a teen alleged a group of De Anza College baseball players gang raped her at a party, she is finally getting her day in court, albeit not in a criminal courtroom.