Crime & Justice
Holmes told a state-appointed psychiatrist in the videotaped interview that he had contracted mononucleosis in late 2011 and became depressed and lacked energy.Add your comments
A Los Angeles County judge says he knows who owns a 752-pound emerald — and that finding may end a six-year battle over the gigantic gem.
Ross Ulbricht, 31, was convicted in February of charges accusing him of operating the website for nearly three years from 2011 until his 2013 arrest.
Knight's new attorney is Thomas Mesereau, who successfully defended Michael Jackson against molestation allegations.
Xilin Chen and his son, Tom Chen, signed plea agreements in federal court in Los Angeles this week, and a judge is expected to accept the agreements at a hearing Friday.
Several of the bills that stalled attempted to counter voters' approval of Proposition 47 in November, which reduced a range of felony crimes to misdemeanors.
The Los Angeles County district attorney's office says 56-year-old Dawud Abdulwali pleaded not guilty Thursday to arson of a structure and aggravated arson.
The Santa Clara County district attorney's office made the determination Thursday in a 17-page report on the April 13, 2014, incident.
Francis Jared Pusok, 30, of Apple Valley has been charged with 11 felonies and three misdemeanor counts.
Police have arrested a man in connection with the massive fire that consumed the seven-story Da Vinci apartment complex in Downtown Los Angeles last December.
A girl was found guilty of multiple felony counts of arson and one misdemeanor count of unlawfully allowing a fire to escape control.
Sixty-nine-year-old Charles Henderson was sentenced to 30 days of community labor and a year of counseling. He was placed on probation and must register as a sex offender.
The vote makes Nebraska the first traditionally conservative state to eliminate the punishment since North Dakota in 1973.
Henry Solis was captured Tuesday by security forces in Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, and deported back to the U.S.
Officials from soccer's international governing body are accused of accepting millions in bribes and kickbacks.
The awards are part of the MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge, a $75 million initiative to reduce over-incarceration through innovation and reform.