Lawyer: Defendant In Ghost Ship Warehouse Fire Close To Plea DealA plea deal is close at hand for the central figure charged in connection with the Oakland Ghost Ship warehouse fire that killed three dozen partygoers at an unlicensed concert in 2016, his attorney said Friday.
Oakland Attorney Says Plea Bargain Possible In Ghost Ship Fire CaseThe lawyer for Ghost Ship warehouse master tenant Derick Almena said for the first time Monday that he would consider a plea bargain in Almena's case for his alleged role in a fire at the Oakland warehouse in December 2016 that killed 36 people.
Ghost Ship Defendants Disagree On Whether To Delay TrialA rift opened up for the first time between Ghost Ship master tenant Derick Almena and creative director Max Harris in the case in which they each face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for their alleged roles in a fire at the Oakland warehouse in December 2016 that killed 36 people.
Judge Denies Motion To Dismiss Charges In Ghost Ship Fire CaseAn Alameda County Superior Court judge Friday denied a defense motion to dismiss the 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter Ghost Ship master tenant Derick Almena and Max Harris face for their alleged roles in a fire at the Oakland warehouse in December 2016 that killed 36 people.
Video Shows OPD Officers Expressing Concerns A Year Before Ghost Ship FireNew video just released shows Oakland police knew about the living conditions inside the Ghost Ship warehouse long before the deadly fire that killed 36 people.
Ghost Ship Leader Files Motions To Dismiss Charges Against HimGhost Ship warehouse master tenant Derick Almena has filed two separate motions to dismiss the 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter he faces for his role in a fire at the warehouse in December 2016 that killed 36 people.
Embattled Oakland Fire Marshal ResignsOakland's fire marshal, who came under heavy criticism following the deadly Ghost Ship and San Pablo Avenue fires, has resigned, the department said Friday morning.
Not Guilty Pleas To 36 Manslaughter Counts In Ghost Ship Fire Case Two men charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire pleaded not guilty to all charges in Alameda County Superior Court Tuesday.