Criminal

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The Domestic Violence Prevention Act (Fam. Code, §§ 6200-6409) authorizes a court to issue a protective order enjoining a party from engaging in specified acts, including threatening or harassing the other party or disturbing the peace of the other party. “Disturbing the peace of the other party” is broadly defined as “conduct that destroys the mental or emotional calm of

When it was signed back in September 2020, Assembly Bill 2147 felt like a fitting reward for heroes doing heroes’ work, regardless of their criminal background. The bill offers the chance for inmate fire crew members to get their records expunged in exchange for their service fighting wildfires through the distinguished Conservation Camp Program within the California Department of Corrections.

A Contra Costa deputy sheriff who shot and killed an unarmed man during a slow-speed pursuit in 2018 was charged with homicide Wednesday by District Attorney Diana Becton, who recently closed a nearly three-year investigation into the killing.

Deputy Andrew Hall was charged with one count of voluntary manslaughter and one count of assault with a semi-automatic weapon that led

The Ninth Circuit held Thursday that the current version of a federal sentencing guideline isn’t the proper legal standard for motions criminal defendants file under the First Step Act, a 2018 law that among other criminal justice reforms expanded prison inmates’ opportunities to have their sentences reduced.

The defendant in this case, Patricia Aruda, pled guilty to a drug charge