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Deputy Dennis Wallace, who is suing Stanislaus County for alleged discrimination, testified in a trial Thursday about a January 2011 meeting in which sheriff's officials said he was no longer physically fit enough to do his job.
A judge Wednesday determined there was enough evidence for a woman to stand trial accused of murder in the death of an 18-month-old girl she was baby sitting at her west Modesto home last year.
A judge on Wednesday suspended a case against a man accused of trying to abduct an 8-year-old boy last month in north Modesto; a psychologist has determined the defendant is not mentally fit to be prosecuted.
Modesto City Schools board member Steven Grenbeaux now faces a charge of felony assault with a deadly weapon stemming from a confrontation with a Caltrans worker in downtown Modesto last year.
A judge on Tuesday refused to overturn a ruling that ordered a defendant to stand trial charged with second-degree murder after stabbing a man with a small screwdriver during a fight in Waterford.
A judge Tuesday reluctantly suspended a criminal case against a man accused of kidnapping a woman on Highway 99 in Turlock because the defendant says he needs a Somali interpreter.
A 60-year-old man, already serving a lengthy prison term, has been sentenced to more time behind bars for the brutal slaying of an 81-year-old woman he beat and raped inside her west Modesto home 35 years ago.
Authorities are trying to confirm whether alleged sexual abuse of a girl 25 years ago occurred at a home in Mariposa County, which would force Stanislaus County prosecutors to drop the case against the accused man.
A judge was forced to declare a mistrial Friday after a jury failed to reach a verdict on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in a suspected road rage case. The defendant is accused of beating to death a 67-year-old man during the confrontation...
George Souliotes walked into a Stanislaus County courtroom Friday morning for the first time since he was sent away to spend the rest of his life in state prison. He left with a July 10 date to start his new trial.