The jurors who will decide Barry Bonds’ fate filed back into the courtroom with their first questions Friday, and they were ones that had to make prosecutors happy.
Testimony in the Barry Bonds perjury trial was postponed until at least Tuesday because one of the jurors has called in sick, suffering from gallstones.
In the final pretrial hearing before Barry Bonds’ perjury trial on Monday, a federal judge in San Francisco ruled that prosecutors can’t use evidence of 11 allegedly threatening voice mail messages the baseball slugger left for a former girlfriend.
A judge has granted the media access to detailed questionnaires that prospective jurors fill out before testimony begins in the upcoming Barry Bonds perjury trial.
The man who scaled a luxury tower in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood in September was sentenced to probation, community service and restitution.
Dan “SpiderDan” Goodwin said he scaled San Francisco’s 58-story Millennium Tower to raise fire safety awareness, but a jury Tuesday afternoon convicted him of two misdemeanor counts.
A federal jury has ordered SAP to pay $1.3 billion to its archenemy, Oracle, for stealing customer-support documents and software in a scheme to steal customers.
A San Francisco homeless man accused of masturbating in public has been cleared after a jury found he was merely trying to urinate against a wall.
El Dorado County’s district attorney is objecting to efforts to make public transcripts from the grand jury that indicted the couple accused of kidnapping Jaycee Dugard.
The Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy case, charging her lawyer-boyfriend and two doctors with providing the former Playboy model with excessive amounts of drugs, was placed in the hands of a jury Friday.