A 44-year-old woman was acquitted Tuesday of battery in a case involving an August incident in a San Francisco Starbucks.
A San Leandro physician’s assistant who authorities said was the number one prescriber of opioids in California was convicted Tuesday of 39 counts of distributing controlled substances without a legitimate medical purpose, prosecutors said.
A Saratoga man who ran an international trading business from his home has been convicted in federal court in San Jose of two counts of filing false income tax returns and one count of lying to a U.S. Internal Revenue Service auditor in 2010, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
Federal prosecutors Tuesday said new immigration and weapons charges have been filed against Jose Ines Garcia Zarate.
San Francisco prosecutors Friday said they will not retry a man accused of battery on a police officer in a struggle with BART police that was captured on bystander video this summer.
Two men charged in a fatal 2014 shooting outside a South of Market single-room occupancy hotel were found not guilty of murder and felony assault charges by a jury.
A jury acquitted a homeless man who claims he was acting in self-defense when he smashed the windshield of an Uber driver’s car.