California Supreme Court
California cities and counties can ban pot shops, the state’s highest court ruled Monday in a unanimous opinion likely to further diminish California’s once-robust medical marijuana industry.
The California Supreme Court has ruled that a suspect can’t be convicted of felony gang participation if he commits a crime by himself.
In a case that could affect thousands of California employers and millions of workers, the state Supreme Court will decide whether managers must order workers to take rest and meal breaks at regular intervals throughout the workday.
The California Supreme Court is upholding new state Senate maps drawn by an independent redistricting commission, dealing a blow to GOP efforts seeking to block Democrats from gaining enough seats to pass taxes on their own.
California’s highest court is hearing a precedent-setting case Thursday that could expose California’s Roman Catholic dioceses to another round of clergy abuse lawsuits.
The California Supreme Court is releasing its decision on the state’s right to eliminate community redevelopment agencies and divert billions in tax dollars to schools and other local services.
California’s same-sex marriage ban faces its next legal test Tuesday when the state’s highest court attempts to shed light on whether the voter-approved measure’s backers have legal authority to appeal the federal ruling that overturned Proposition 8.
Gov. Jerry Brown has sworn in UC Berkeley law professor Goodwin Liu to the California Supreme Court, just three months after Liu withdrew from consideration for a seat on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
The California Supreme Court says state overtime laws protect nonresident employees of California firms who are in the state on business trips.
A divided California Supreme Court has refused to narrow the definition of illegal pandering.
When is someone a pimp? The California Supreme Court grappled with that question Tuesday in the case of a man who was convicted of pandering in Los Angeles after he tried to recruit an undercover police officer to work as a prostitute for him.
The California Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to review an appeals court decision to unseal the files of nine Franciscan friars accused of child molestation, meaning thousands of pages of potentially incriminating documents will be made public within weeks.
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