San Francisco Judge Rules CCSF Accreditation Case Will Go To Trial In OctoberA San Francisco Superior Court judge decided Friday that a lawsuit over whether City College of San Francisco wrongly faced the loss of its accreditation by a regional accrediting commission will proceed to trial next month.
Giants Ask Judge To Keep SF Waterfront Height Restrictions Off BallotA San Francisco Superior Court judge is expected to make a ruling this week on whether to allow a controversial measure regarding development on the city's waterfront on June's ballot.
San Francisco Court Workers Protest Dress Code CrackdownStricter enforcement of the employee dress code at San Francisco Superior Court has led to harassment and bullying based on appearance, protesting workers said Thursday.
Bay Area Scammers Pressures Victims To Pay Phony Fine For Missed Grand Jury SummonsSan Francisco Superior Court is warning the public to be wary of scammers who may ask people to wire money due to failed Grand Jury summonses.
Activists, Developers And Parents Go To Court In Golden Gate Park Turf WarThe battle over what should be done to the Beach Chalet soccer fields in Golden Gate Park was fought out in San Francisco Superior Court on Friday.
San Francisco Judge Won’t Lower Bail For Man Who Allegedly Hit Police Car With Stolen TaxiA San Francisco Superior Court judge Thursday declined to reduce bail for a man who allegedly stole a taxi last week and used it to ram a police car.
President’s ‘Drug Czar’ Observes SF’s Unique Program For DefendantsPresident Barack Obama's drug czar paid a visit to San Francisco Superior Court Tuesday to get a first-hand look at a once-controversial program and is interested at alternatives to incarceration.
Woman Pleads Not Guilty In Fatal Twin Peaks Hit & RunA woman accused of striking several pedestrians, killing one, near San Francisco's Twin Peaks lookout point earlier this month pleaded not guilty to vehicular manslaughter, DUI and hit-and-run charges.
Some Layoffs And Closures Averted In San Francisco Courts
San Francisco Circumcision Ban To Be Stricken From BallotA San Francisco trial judge said she intends to strike a ban on male circumcision from the city’s November ballot.
San Francisco To Shutter Courtrooms, Lay Off StaffSan Francisco Superior Court will be closing 25 courtrooms and laying of 40 percent of its staff come October 1 due to budget cuts.