Yvette Felarca was set to go to trial over charges stemming from a protest of a neo-Nazi rally.
A federal judge ruled that the activist and her colleagues are responsible for Judicial Watch's legal fees in a case involving Berkeley Unified.
Berkeley Unified has released a final batch of emails about the teacher to the right-wing group that requested them.
Yvette Felarca's felony assault charges, stemming from a protest against a neo-Nazi rally, were bound over for trial in February.
The preliminary hearing for the Sacramento assault charges began Dec. 6 and will continue in January.
A federal judge has dismissed the teacher's case against Berkeley Unified and Judicial Watch.
Nearly a year after protesters last clashed on the streets of Berkeley, groups on the left and right returned Sunday ready for confrontation.
"It's been over a year of this," one of the defendants told Berkeleyside on Monday afternoon. "It was intense. We're all just ready to move on with our lives."
The case against King teacher Yvette Felarca and her co-defendants, stemming from a violent neo-Nazi rally and counter-protest, will be heard in Sacramento County.
A judge ordered Felarca to pay $11,100 because she dropped her application for a restraining order against Troy Worden. The judge said Felarca used bad faith in filing the claim.
Troy Worden is seeking damages from Felarca's attempt to obtain a restraining order against him.
The national organizer for the group By Any Means Necessary is asking a federal court to issue a temporary restraining order.