Thurgood Marshall Movie Faithful To The ManSupreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall's widow, Cecilia, has seen two showings of the new movie "Marshall" about her late husband. She liked it.
Environmental Group Sues State Over Whale-Killing Crab Fishing GearAn environmental group sued the state of California on Tuesday for allegedly not doing enough to keep Dungeness crab fishery gear from killing protected whales.
O.J. Simpson Released From Nevada PrisonFormer football legend O.J. Simpson became a free man Sunday after serving nine years for a botched hotel room heist in Las Vegas that brought the conviction and prison time.
Mother Charged In Daughters Tragic Drowning Deaths Battling CancerA Rohnert Park woman charged with the drowning deaths of her daughters will be released Friday from the Sonoma County Jail so she can receive treatment for an aggressive cancer.
O.J. Simpson Looking Forward To Steak Dinner After Release O.J. Simpson's attorney says he expects the former football star and actor to be released from a Nevada prison "a few days" after Sunday, the first eligible date for Simpson to be paroled.
State Supreme Court Fast Tracks ExecutionsThe California Supreme Court Thursday upheld a ballot measure narrowly approved by voters to change the state's dysfunctional death penalty system and speed up executions.
State Legislator Battles 'Serial Filers' Who Exploit Disability Act InfractionsFiling a lawsuit to protest lack of disabled access to a retail store is perfectly understandable but what about filing thousands? KPIX discovered one such “serial filer” is currently wreaking havoc in the Bay Are
Small Businesses Targeted By ADA LawsuitsSmall businesses beware: You are at risk of getting sued over disabled access.
Small Businesses Targeted By ADA LawsuitsSmall businesses beware: You are at risk of getting sued over disabled access.
Lawmakers A Step Closer To Finally Getting Thousands Of Rape Kits TestedJustice has been delayed for thousands of rape victims because their cases are literally sitting on a shelf.
Death Sentence Overturned In Salinas Triple SlayingThe California Supreme Court has unanimously overturned the death penalty but upheld the conviction of a man found guilty of three murders committed during a home-invasion robbery in Salinas in 1994.
California Court To Rule If Death Penalty Delays Constitute Cruel, Unusual PunishmentThe question a federal appeals court will consider Monday is whether years of unpredictable delays from conviction to execution resulted in an arbitrary and unfair system that violates the Constitution's Eighth Amendment barring cruel and unusual punishment.

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