A Davis mother accused of killing her five-year-old daughter is expected to plead not guilty by reason of insanity at her next court appearance scheduled for Wednesday.
The woman accused of shooting and killing a light rail passenger in downtown Sacramento last month faced a judge again today.
The California Supreme Court on Wednesday transferred a legal appeal over the state’s high-speed rail project to a state appellate court, declining to take up the case directly as Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration had requested.
ACLU class action lawsuit settlement applies only to cases in Northern California.
The teen accused of opening fire at West Valley Mall in Tracy faced a judge this morning.
A federal judge said Monday he will allow gay marriage in Utah to continue, denying a request from the state to halt same-sex weddings until the appeals process plays out.
The man facing charges in the deadly crash in Lodi that killed a family last month is expected in court again Monday.
Comedian Micah “Katt” Williams finally showed up to his Sacramento County court date Wednesday afternoon after missing the three previous hearings.
A judge for the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that Apple infringed a patent held by Motorola and dismissed the rest of Motorola’s claims.
California court leaders are deciding the fate of a planned statewide computer system amid growing pressure to scrap the project.
Anti-Wall Street protesters in Sacramento could clog the city’s courtrooms by demanding jury trials for minor curfew arrests.
The case of a woman accused of killing her 6-week-old daughter by putting her in the microwave was delayed Wednesday as her attorneys await more evidence.