The Supreme Court today holds that a superior court has jurisdiction to order preserved evidence relating to a death penalty case in which there is an automatic direct appeal pending in the Supreme Court.
The California Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a worker who claims her employer failed to pay her all of her wages, and then fired her when she complained about it, can sue the company that processed the employer’s payroll.
For almost 10 years Lake County has been in limbo. It has been that long since a plan was first put in place to expand and improve the courtrooms — a plan that would remove the court from its current home on the fourth floor of the County building.
A federal appeals court decided late Thursday to take no further action on President Trump’s travel ban while the administration prepares new, more limited restrictions designed to address legal objections.