A ruling last month by a federal judge in San Francisco for the moment has removed one of the FBI's most effective tools against terrorism, or upheld the Constitution's protections against unchecked government power, depending on your point of view.
A federal judge in California has taken away a warrant-less surveillance tool widely used by the FBI without judicial oversight, finding it unconstitutional.
All-time home run leader Barry Bonds officially filed an appeal in San Francisco Thursday of his obstruction of justice conviction.
A federal judge in San Francisco Friday sentenced baseball's Barry Bonds to 30 days of house arrest and two years' probation for obstructing justice.
Federal prosecutors have urged a U.S. District Court judge to sentence home run king Barry Bonds to 15 months in prison for obstructing justice.
Federal prosecutors in New York are recommending Barry Bonds serve 15 months in prison for his evasive testimony during a steroid investigation.
A federal judge in San Francisco upheld an obstruction-of-justice conviction for baseball great Barry Bonds.
Barry Bonds' perjury trial adjourned in San Francisco Wednesday after the defense rested without calling any witnesses and the prosecution dropped one count.
The judge in Barry Bonds' San Francisco perjury trial has been told there is a recording of Bonds' orthopedic surgeon that may bear on the trial.
Barry Bonds's personal trainer refused to testify against him Tuesday in the home run king's federal doping scandal perjury trial in San Francisco.