Alameda County’s auditor-controller candidate Kathleen Knox pleaded not guilty Tuesday to six felony counts for allegedly lying in campaign papers about where she lives.
Kathleen Knox said she vows to fight waste and fraud in her campaign for Alameda County Auditor and Controller. But the District Attorney has filed charges against Knox, saying she lied about where she lives.
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday morning voted to hold a special election on June 4 to fill the seat of former Supervisor George Shirakawa, who resigned Friday amid perjury and other criminal charges.
Santa Clara County prosecutors have charged county Supervisor George Shirakawa with four felony counts of perjury and other charges in connection with his alleged misuse of public and campaign funds, according to court documents.
A lawyer for home-run leader Barry Bonds urged a federal appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday to overturn the former San Francisco Giants outfielder’s obstruction-of-justice conviction.
Santa Clara County prosecutors announced Wednesday they will not seek perjury charges against Fr. Jerold Lindner, a Jesuit priest who allegedly lied under oath at the trial of a man accused of attacking Lindner for molesting him more than 30 years ago.
The wife of suspended San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi testified at the city’s Ethics Commission Thursday night that while her husband did cause a bruise on her arm, he did not try to cover up the incident after the fact.
The wife of suspended San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi took the stand Wednesday night at her husband’s hearing before the city’s Ethics Commission.
Eliana Lopez is scheduled to testify Wednesday night in front of the San Francisco Ethics Commission.
A Michigan man’s discovery that someone was using his identity to obtain medical benefits in California uncovered a decades-long scam, San Francisco police said Friday.