An Alameda County jury took only 40 minutes Monday to reject a lawsuit filed by former Oakland City Administrator Deborah Edgerly claiming that former Mayor Ron Dellums fired her because she was a woman.
State Supreme Court Chief Justice,Tani Cantil-Sakauye, says justice can still be served in California, even though three years of budget cuts are making it hard on the system.
A new state law clarifies that jurors are prohibited from texting, tweeting and using smart phones to discuss or research cases.
Jurors deliberated for about two hours on Thursday before convicting an Antioch woman of torturing and abusing her two foster children and murdering one of them in 2008.
An Alameda County jury has recessed for the week in the trial of a former Oakland group community leader accused of ordering the murders of three men, including a local journalist.
A prosecutor said Monday that there’s enough evidence to convict former Your Black Muslim Bakery leader Yusuf Bey IV and an associate of murdering journalist Chauncey Bailey and two other men.
A Nevada man charged with killing four women whose bodies were found across Northern California between the 1970s and 1990s is asking to represent himself in court.
The jury in the Barry Bonds trial found him guilty of obstruction of justice on Wednesday, but the judge declared a mistrial on several perjury charges.
Eight women and four men closed the door to the jury room Tuesday morning and will again try to reach a verdict on the four charges pending against Bonds.
A transcript of the testimony from Barry Bonds’ personal shopper was read back to the jury at the slugger’s perjury trial on Monday.