Recent orders from U.S. District Judge William Alsup give a flavor of what life litigating before the Bay Area judge will be like.
The American Civil Liberties Union claimed police should need probable cause and a warrant, while the Justice Department said owners voluntarily turn this data over to third-party users.
Republicans on a Judciary subcommittee sound united on breaking up the appellate court, but not on how to do it.
An indictment unveiled in San Francisco Wednesday includes two Russian Federal Security Service officers.
Two days before its first hearing, the Federal Judicial Conference makes the request as part of its call for 57 new Article III positions.
A career prosecutor who has not been through Senate confirmation, Brian Stretch wasn't impacted by last week's removal of Obama-era U.S. attorneys.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor held court on Thursday in front of an enthusiastic, capacity crowd at the 2,600-seat Zellerbach Auditorium on the UC Berkeley campus.
In an extraordinary 31-page order imposing terminating sanctions, the judge took issue with what he described as an "utter disregard for the court's authority."
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was greeted as something of a judicial rock star on Thursday by an enthusiastic, capacity crowd at the 2,600-seat Zellerbach Auditorium on the UC Berkeley campus.
With its decision Wednesday, the appeals court waded into a circuit split over whether employees who report securities violations internally qualify for protection under the Dodd-Frank Act.