- Fla. high court: Immigrant can't get law license Updated: Mar-06-14 1:56 pm
- State high court leans toward police name release Updated: Mar-04-14 9:10 pm
- Court: Death penalty OK for man who wore stun belt Updated: Mar-03-14 10:02 pm
- State high court assigns liability in liquor cases Updated: Feb-25-14 12:46 pm
- California high court upholds woman's execution Updated: Feb-20-14 2:36 pm
- Judges consider altering liability in liquor cases Updated: Feb-17-14 3:16 pm
- CA Supreme Court justice to retire Updated: Feb-11-14 8:00 pm
- California might bar judges from leading Scouts Updated: Feb-07-14 11:46 am
- Correction: Legal License Fight story Updated: Feb-06-14 3:52 pm
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that immigrants in the country illegally can't be given a license to practice law.
SAN FRANCISCO - The California Supreme Court indicated Tuesday that it was inclined to favor the public's right to know the names of officers involved in shootings.
SAN FRANCISCO - The California Supreme Court on Monday upheld the death penalty of a man forced to wear a stun belt during trial.
LOS ANGELES - Hosts who charge admission to parties may be held legally responsible if a drunken underage guest is hurt or injures someone else, California's high court has ruled.
SAN FRANCISCO - The California Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the death penalty of a woman convicted of poisoning her husband to collect on a life insurance policy.
LOS ANGELES - California's highest court is considering a case that could crack a legal shield that has long protected party hosts in the state from most alcohol-related lawsuits, a newspaper reported Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO - The longest-serving current justice of the California Supreme Court announced Tuesday that she is retiring.
SAN FRANCISCO - California's judicial branch is seeking public comment on a proposed rule that would prohibit judges from belonging to the Boy Scouts of America on grounds that the group discriminates against gays.
SAN FRANCISCO - In a story Jan. 27 about the California Supreme Court's denial of a law license to former journalist Stephen Glass, The Associated Press relying on information from the court reported erroneously the publisher of a key article fabricated by Glass. The article "Hack Heaven" was published in The New Republic, not George magazine.