2nd Mistrial Declared In Drug Trial Of Former SFPD Crime Lab TechnicianA mistrial was declared for a second time in federal court Thursday in the case of a former San Francisco police crime laboratory technician accused of taking small amounts of cocaine from the facility in 2009.
Lynch Supporters Anxiously Await Verdict; Deliberations ContinueSupporters and family members of a man charged with assaulting a priest he says molested him decades ago resumed their daily lunch-time demonstrations Tuesday outside a San Jose courthouse where jurors were trying to reach a verdict.
Closing Arguments Wrapping Up In South Bay Priest-Beating TrialClosing arguments were made Monday in the San Jose trial of a San Francisco man charged with beating a priest he claims molested him and his younger brother 37 years ago.
Lynch Admits To Beating South Bay Priest During TestimonyA man accused of beating a priest he says molested him and his brother began emotional testimony Friday morning at his trial on assault charges.
South Bay Priest Assault Trial Resumes After Lawyers Trade BarbsAfter several emergency meetings in chambers, traded barbs of professional misconduct, and defense demands for a mistrial stemming from the priest’s alleged false testimony, Judge David Cena for the first time in nearly a week convened trial on time Wednesday.
Another Mistrial Motion Denied In South Bay Priest Beating Trial A Santa Clara County judge denied another defense motion for a mistrial Tuesday in the case of a Bay Area man accused of attacking a priest who he alleges molested him years earlier.
Priest Pleads 5th As South Bay Beating Trial ResumesA judge has rejected motions for a mistrial in the case of a man charged with assaulting a South Bay priest who he claims raped him decades ago.
Google-Oracle Jury Reaches Impasse On Key IssueA federal jury in San Francisco has reached an impasse on a key issue in Oracle’s copyright-infringement case against Google, handing the database-software company a major setback.
Former Peninsula Psychiatrist Due Back In Court In Molestation CaseA former prominent child psychiatrist accused of molesting his patients was due back in court for a competency hearing to determine if he is ready to be retried.
Analysis: Weird Bonds Verdict Is Road To NowhereA 12-day trial and nearly four days of jury deliberations, and it feels like the dog is still out in the yard chasing its tail.
Analysis: What Does Guilty Verdict Mean For Bonds?Barry Bonds was found guilty of obstruction, but the jury in Bonds' case could not come to an accord on perjury, which cracks the door open for his Hall of Fame chances.
Jury Deadlocks In Sanity Trial Of San Mateo School BomberA mistrial was declared Friday afternoon in Redwood City in the sanity trial of Alexander Youshock, who was found guilty last week of attempted murder of his former Hillsdale High school chemistry teacher.