Father Who Scalded Young Son With Boiling Water Gets 9-Year Prison TermA 44-year-old man was sentenced Wednesday to nine years in state prison for his felony child abuse conviction for burning his 2-year-old son's hands in boiling water at a home in San Leandro in 2011.
Former Google CEO Testifies In Oracle-Google Copyright TrialA month-long trial in a copyright battle between Oracle Corp. and Google Inc. began in federal court in San Francisco Tuesday.
Final Moments Of 8-Year-Old’s Life Brings Jurors To TearsA prosecutor’s verbal sketch of the final moments of little Alaysha Carradine’s life brought tears to the eyes of several jurors Monday during closing arguments at the trial of the man accused of killing her.
Trial Ordered Over Public Access To Vinod Khosla's Martins BeachA state appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday ordered a trial in San Mateo Superior Court on whether there is right of public access to the popular Martins Beach near Half Moon Bay.
1.5-Ton PG&E Pipeline From San Bruno Blast Won't Be On Display For JurorsJudge rules prosecutors can't bring an exploded PG&E pipeline from the San Bruno explosion to a street near the courthouse to show jurors.
Ex-Stanford Swimmer Found Guilty Of Sexually Assaulting Woman On CampusA Santa Clara County jury has reached the verdict that a former Stanford University swimmer accused of raping a woman on campus over a year ago is guilty on all charges.
SFPD Officers Who Fatally Shot Alex Nieto In 2014 To Stand Trial TuesdayA federal trial will begin in San Francisco Tuesday on a wrongful death lawsuit filed against four city police officers by the parents of a 28-year-old man killed by the officers two years ago.
Former SJ Police Officer Charged With Rape Will Face New TrialAn ex-San Jose police officer will face another trial for allegedly raping a woman while he was on duty in 2013, prosecutors said Thursday.
Defense Rests In Raymond 'Shrimp Boy' Chow's San Francisco Murder TrialAfter two months of trial, the jury in the racketeering and murder case of Chinatown tong leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow in federal court in San Francisco is due to begin deliberating on a verdict early next week.
Raymond 'Shrimp Boy' Chow Wraps Up Testimony In SF Murder Case Against HimChinatown tong leader Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow ended three days of testimony in his federal murder and racketeering trial in San Francisco Wednesday by declaring, “I didn’t kill nobody.”
‘Shrimp Boy’ Chow Takes Stand In His Own TrialRaymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow told a federal jury in San Francisco Monday that although he previously committed a raft of crimes, he vowed to stop committing them.
Former Aide Testifies Against Raymond 'Shrimp Boy' ChowA former aide to Chinatown tong leader Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow testified at Chow's murder and racketeering trial in federal court in San Francisco Tuesday that he conspired in the murder that Chow is accused of ordering.

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