CNN is reporting that former Enron Chairman Ken Lay has been indicted by a grand jury.
Posted by dweintraub at 3:44 PM
Taking an unusually activist role on the ballot measures in the November election, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed the official ballot arguments in favor of one proposition and against three others. Schwarzenegger will support Proposition 69, which would expand the collection of DNA from criminal suspects and convicted felons. He opposes two measures that would expand casino gambling -- Propositions 68 and 70. And he opposes Proposition 66, the measure to limit the reach of California's Three Strikes sentencing law.
Posted by dweintraub at 1:15 PM
The rate of violent crime in California fell in 2003 while property crime increased slightly, led by a large jump in motor vehicle theft, according to a new report from the California Department of Justice.
Posted by dweintraub at 11:15 AM