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Federal judge asks California attorney general if PG&E committed state crime

California’s attorney general was asked by a federal judge Wednesday to weigh in on whether Pacific Gas and Electric Co. committed a state-level crime if it maintained its equipment poorly, sparking r... read more

U.S. judge wants to know if PG&E committed wildfire crimes

A federal ... PG&E about its role in multiple fatal Northern California wildfires. San Francisco-based PG&E was given until Dec. 31 to answer several questions contained in the order from U.S. Distric... read more

Camp Fire cleanup begins, while federal funding hangs in the balance and PG&E faces more scrutiny

And Pacific Gas and Electric is on the hot seat of California’s federal ... U.S. District Judge William Alsup asked California’s attorney general if any “reckless operation or maintenance of PG&E powe... read more

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Federal attorneys have asked Mendez to issue an injunction to block the state laws. Attorneys representing California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Gov. Brown want the judge to dismiss ... from ... read more

Judge in PG&E San Bruno case demands wildfire answers

The federal judge ... PG&E safety and reporting with respect to power lines and wildfires?” the order asked. Hill demanded Tuesday that top state justice officials begin a probe of PG&E’s role in the ... read more

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PG&E fighting for its future amid complex web of legal, regulatory challenges

Further complicating matters, a federal judge overseeing ... make it too expensive for PG&E to continue burning down Northern California communities,” Evans said. “Unless some district attorney or the ... read more

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Could PG&E’s Operation of Power Lines in Relation to Wildfires Be a State Crime?

A federal ... California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. U.S. District Judge William Alsup asked Becerra yesterday to advise him on whether possible reckless operation of PG&E power lines in connecti... read more

Federal judge rails against Alabama education system, but leaves current law intact

State of Alabama case ... serves their interests," Strange said. "The Office of Attorney General remains committed to defending and vindicating this important right whenever necessary." The judge foun... read more

Judge in PG&E case demands wildfire answers

The federal ... that top state justice officials begin a probe of PG&E’s role in the wildfires. “I would hope that the state Attorney General also look at any potential criminal activity on the part o... read more

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