Judge To Hear Arguments Against Trump Sanctuary City OrderA federal judge in San Francisco will hear arguments in the first lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's executive order to withhold funding from communities that limit cooperation with immigration authorities.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit Alleging NJ Worker Was Fired For Passing GasA federal judge has dismissed a discrimination lawsuit that said one of New Jersey's top pork roll makers fired a worker for passing too much gas.
FBI Breaks Into San Bernardino Gunman's iPhone Without Apple's HelpThe FBI says it has used a mystery method to break into gunman's iPhone without Apple's help, ending the court case.
California Appeals Court Upholds Parole LawsA federal appeals court has upheld two California laws dealing with prison inmates' eligibility for parole, one that set conditions on parole hearings and another that gave the governor authority to block parole.
Court: 14-Year-Old Can't Be Held Responsible For Sex With TeacherThe girl had accused the district in a lawsuit of failing to adequately supervise her 8th grade math teacher, Elkis Hermida. She appealed after a jury found the district was not negligent.
Folsom Prostitute Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter, Drug Charges In Google Exec's DeathA California prostitute charged with killing a Google executive with an overdose of heroin aboard his yacht pleaded guilty Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter and administering drugs.
Jury Convicts Father Accused Of Tossing Daughter Off Cliff To Avoid Custody PaymentsCameron Brown showed no emotion as the verdict in the long-running case was read in Los Angeles Superior Court, while the mother of Lauren Sarene Key breathed heavily and began crying in the gallery.
California Court: State Can Remove Out-Of-Control Child, Even If Parents Aren't To Blame"When a child thereby faces a substantial risk of serious physical harm, a parent's inability to supervise or protect a child is enough by itself to invoke the juvenile court's dependency jurisdiction," the court said in its 3-0 ruling.
Mom Accused Of Killing Baby Appears Briefly In Woodland CourtSamantha Green, the local woman accused of killing her 20-day-old infant in February, was back in court this morning.
Court: Defendants Found Insane At Trial Don't Have To Testify At Confinement Extension HearingsThe court, in a unanimous decision, said state law extends federal and state rights that defendants have during criminal proceedings to such mental health hearings. Among those rights is the U.S. Constitution's 5th Amendment guarantee allowing defendants not to take the witness stand to avoid incriminating themselves.
Woman Can Get Married To Dead Man, Utah Supreme Court RulesSeventy-eight-year-old John Vanderwerff died without any children in 2010, and named Gardiner in his will. But four of his cousins argue the relationship didn't fit the definition of a common-law marriage. A judge agreed she didn't properly inform his estate of the union and tossed the marriage declaration.
Jehovah's Witnesses Ordered To Pay $13.5 Million In Molestation CaseThe Jehovah's Witnesses have been ordered to pay $13.5 million to a Southern California man who said he was molested as a child by a church member.