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.
The 150 pages of documents were released to a right-wing group after the teacher lost a lawsuit.
A federal judge has dismissed the teacher's case against Berkeley Unified and Judicial Watch.
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.
The King Middle School teacher is facing a felony charge from a violent Sacramento neo-Nazi rally and counter protest in 2016.
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.