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The former president of the San Diego Chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club spoke exclusively with 10News on Friday following his sentencing. During a jailhouse interview, Stephen Sanders claimed he is not guilty of the crimes he was convicted
A 25-year prison sentence was handed down for the former president of the San Diego Chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, who admitted kidnapping two people for the benefit of his gang and assaulting partygoers in Pacific Beach, the District
Surrounded by more than 100 supporters on the steps of downtown's historic courthouse, former state District Judge Sharen Wilson pledged on Thursday to right the ship if elected to lead the scandal plagued Tarrant County district attorney's office.
Fresh off his victory in defeating the contempt charge, Watkins is directing prosecutors to question state District Judge Lena Levario
Pamela Sandlin, 55, pleaded guilty to a fraud charge in front of U.S...Nicholasville company that annually receives more than $10,000 in federal program funding...Sandlin altered company records to conceal the fraud, according to court documents...
Tell us Longtime State District Judge Sharen Wilson is giving up her courtroom to join the growing list of candidates running for Tarrant County district attorney. Wilson is scheduled to hold a news conference on the courthouse steps Thursday, where
A nominee for a new seat on the Kansas Court of Appeals, Stegall is emblematic of a new kind of conservative, dubbed a crunchy con. The label, popularized by a 2006 book, aims to describe a somewhat countercultural outlook that disdains box stores
Wendy Davis has delayed for several weeks a planned announcement on her political future. Some supporters want the Democrat from Fort Worth, who made headlines with a filibuster against abortion restrictions, to run for governor. She's up for
A San Francisco anti-truancy program is expanding to a second high school starting this year, the city's district attorney announced Tuesday. District Attorney George Gascon is expanding the program to Ida B. Wells Continuation High School after
A Denver judge overseeing the death penalty case against Dexter Lewis, who is accused of stabbing five to death in October, denied a request by defense attorneys on Tuesday to withdraw Lewis' plea of not guilty. The request to withdraw the plea was