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2018/11/10   'Magic' campaign lands 17 black women on Houston courts
2018/10/27   Synagogue suspect at courthouse; survivors recall ordeal
2018/10/15   Colorado Supreme Court hears high-stakes oil and gas lawsuit
2018/10/09   Kavanaugh to hear his 1st arguments as Supreme Court justice
2018/10/08   Texas Supreme Court to hear sex offender law challenge
2018/10/02   Supreme Court could limit execution of people with dementia
2018/09/26   India's top court lifts temple's ban on women who menstruate
2018/09/21   Missouri court lets redistricting initiative go to voters
2018/09/17   Guatemala court orders UN anti-graft chief be readmitted
2018/09/13   Nebraska’s top court: Voters to decide on expanding Medicaid
2018/09/10   Indiana high court to consider city rental registration fee
2018/09/10   The Latest: Authorities: Officer arrested for manslaughter
2018/09/03   Rancorous, partisan start for Kavanaugh high court hearin
2018/08/30   Cooper, GOP lawmakers back in court on altered amendments
2018/08/27   Cities vying for 2020 convention court Democrats in Chicago
2018/08/12   Court, regulators clash over uranium project in South Dakota
2018/07/29   N Carolina elections board back in court in power struggle
2018/07/27   Court: Ban seafood caught with nets that harm tiny porpoises
2018/07/20   City attorney criticizes law used to arrest Stormy Daniels
2018/07/15   Florida school shooting suspect's statement issue in court
2018/07/01   Prosecutor to press court to release church abuse report
2018/06/13   Kansas court avoids ruling on execution for student's death
2018/06/09   Seals can keep using San Diego children's beach, court says
2018/05/05   Analysis: Voter ID Fight Testing Court as Much as New Law
2018/04/24   Supreme Court upholds challenged patent review practice
2018/04/21   UK Supreme Court declines appeal from parents of ill toddler
2018/04/12   Facebook to stop spending against California privacy effort
2018/04/07   Mississippi court: Woman has parent rights in same-sex split
2018/04/04   Russian authorities asks court to block messaging app
2018/03/30   Arkansas high court: Some execution drug info can be secret
2018/03/29   Supreme Court hears case alleging unconstitutional 6th District gerrymander
2018/03/23   Agency: School boards, counties should stay out of court
2018/03/10   Former Trump campaign aide Nunberg at court for grand jury
2018/03/03   Turkish court rejects request for Greek soldiers' release
2018/02/27   Court: US anti-discrimination law covers sexual orientation
2018/02/16   Maldives court delays reinstating pro-opposition lawmakers
2018/02/10   Kushner firm seeks court change to keep partners secret
2017/12/11   Supreme Court declines gay rights work discrimination case
2017/12/10   Idaho man upset with court tries to crash into courthouse
2017/12/10   Court reverses itself and restores woman's murder conviction
2017/12/02   Cake case before Supreme Court has ties to barbecue decision
2017/11/28   Walker signs bill inspired by cabin-owners' court fight
2017/11/24   Court: Colorado county wrongly OK’d asphalt plant near homes
2017/11/02   Michigan health chief back in court in Legionnaires' case
2017/10/27   Burundi becomes 1st to leave International Criminal Court
2017/10/23   Washington Supreme Court to hear education funding case
2017/10/21   Court weighing whether graffiti mecca was protected by law
2017/10/20   Court extends house arrest for Russian theater director
2017/10/09   NC high court reviews death penalty of man who beheaded wife
2017/09/21   Court eyes Massachusetts church-state dispute
2017/09/19   With 2 in 3 months, Ohio executions could be back on track
2017/09/16   3 bank customers in Germany fined for ignoring collapsed man
2017/09/02   Court: DirecTV owes $15M to South Carolina in tax dispute
2017/08/31   Israeli protesters erect golden statue of High Court chief
2017/08/08   UK court increases sentence for surgeon who maimed patients
2017/08/05   Man suspected in Indiana officer's killing due in court
2017/08/01   Spanish court backs extradition of Russian programmer to US
2017/07/31   Ronaldo tells judge he has 'never tried to avoid taxes'
2017/06/24   D.C. on edge: rumors of new Supreme Court vacancy swirl
2017/06/20   Top court to hear case that could reshape US political map
2017/06/19   Court: 'JudgeCutie' nickname doesn't ruffle judicial dignity
2017/06/06   High court limits seizure of assets from drug conspiracies
2017/06/03   In one state, abused animals get a legal voice in court
2017/05/23   Playboy model who shot nude of unwitting woman due in court
2017/05/21   Ohio Supreme Court justice backs legalizing marijuana
2017/05/11   Effort to block Confederate statue's removal goes to court
2017/04/19   Austrian court: ex-Croatian general guilty of embezzlement
2017/04/13   Newest justice joins high court amid competing caricatures
2017/03/27   Court bars release of videos made by anti-abortion group
2017/03/15   Polish court issues arrest warrant for US man in Nazi case
2017/02/26   Lawmakers want Supreme Court review of voting law continued
2017/02/08   Court upholds guilty verdict for Russian opposition leader
2017/01/17   Supreme Court considers suit over 2001 detention of Muslims
2017/01/13   High court: Israel must explain lack of access to holy site
2017/01/08   Man who escaped from Rhode Island prison to appear in court
2017/01/07   Former Haitian rebel leader due in US court on drug charges
2016/11/21   Nevada high court considering email public records question
2016/11/15   ICC prosecutors: US forces may have committed war crimes
2016/11/11   Hawaii Supreme Court affirms Maui solar telescope permit
2016/10/15   Former Ohio officer charged with murder due back in court
2016/10/08   Moscow court orders paper to refute a report on Rosneft CEO
2016/09/30   USC football player accused of rape appears in Utah court
2016/09/26   Court asks judges to respond to Louisiana sheriff's claims
2016/08/26   Judge in Stanford swimmer case switching to civil court
2016/08/25   California court decision keeps teacher tenure protections
2016/08/17   2 teens killed in Atlanta suburb: Man accused due in court
2016/08/16   'Whitey' Bulger asks US Supreme Court to hear his appeal
2016/08/09   Williams court cases decline, but caseload remains high
2016/08/07   Swedish court hands life sentences to 2 for gang shooting
2016/07/25   Monitor chosen to oversee Ferguson's police, court reforms
2016/07/12   Illinois’ court fees rising to cover special programs
2016/07/11   Thai military court adds to singer's jail term for insults
2016/05/25   Hulk Hogan, Gawker back in court in Florida
2016/05/24   US appeals court revisits Texas voter ID law
2016/05/21   Indiana court to hear woman's appeal of feticide conviction
2016/04/30   High court won't step into Mich. dispute over harness racing
2016/04/17   Supreme Court rejects challenge to Google's online library
2016/04/16   Despite court ruling, China gay rights movement makes gains
2016/04/11   Court sends part of Wisconsin voter ID case back to judge
2016/04/04   Court upholds total population count in electoral districts
2016/03/26   Supreme Court rejects Blagojevich appeal in corruption case
2016/03/14   RNC launches campaign to oppose Obama's Supreme Court pick
2016/02/17   Court declines stay in redistricting; Congress elections off
2016/02/13   Court gunman's children face sentencing for cyberstalking
2016/02/01   Court weighs practice of Christian prayers at meetings
2016/01/19   Rome court acquits ex-Vatican accountant of corruption
2015/12/21   ACLU to appeal court ruling in Missouri drug testing case
2015/12/20   Polish court convicts chemist of planning parliament attack
2015/12/15   Ex-Illinois guardsman pleads guilty in Islamic State plot
2015/12/10   Finland court jails Iraqi twins suspected of IS killing
2015/11/28   South African appeals court nears Pistorius ruling
2015/11/25   High court directs Andhra Pradesh government to prepare summer plan
2015/11/13   Lufthansa cancels 930 flights Wednesday due to strike
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2015/10/07   Familiar, divisive social issues on Supreme Court agenda
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2015/07/08   US appeals court upholds EPA plan to clean up Chesapeake Bay
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2015/06/26   Supreme Court extends gay marriage nationwide
2015/06/18   Iowa court allows remote dispensing of abortion pill
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'Magic' campaign lands 17 black women on Houston courts
Court Watch | 2018/11/10 22:46
The Houston area's courts are going to be a lot more diverse thanks to a group of 17 African-American women and their "magic."

The women, who were part of an effort dubbed the "Black Girl Magic" campaign, all won races Tuesday to be judges in various Harris County courts in an election that featured more black women on the county's ballot than any other.

The "Black Girl Magic" campaign debuted over the summer with a viral photo that featured the 17 women and two other sitting Harris County judges inside a courtroom. Although those two judges lost their bids Tuesday for seats on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, they will retain their local judgeships.

Those behind the campaign say it was part of an effort to broaden the diversity of the Houston area's judiciary and ensure that more African-Americans and other minorities can bring their backgrounds and life experiences to the bench and better reflect the diversity of the nation's fourth largest city.

"I think that while Houston itself is one of the most diverse cities in the United States, our elected officials have not always reflected that," said Lillie Schechter, chair of the Harris County Democratic Party, which put together the "Black Girl Magic" campaign. "Having a government that reflects the people, the population is something that is incredibly important."

Lori Chambers Gray, a Houston defense attorney who won election to be a judge on a criminal district court, said the photo and the "Black Girls Magic" campaign provided her with a source of strength and motivation as she proceeded to Election Day.

"I hope that it's an example for women that we do have opportunities to run and to win a campaign," Gray said.

The "Black Girl Magic" moniker has been used as a hashtag in recent years to highlight the accomplishments of African-American girls and women. In politics, it's been used to highlight the role African-American women have played in helping decide various races, including the highly contested Senate race in Alabama last year in which Democrat Doug Jones beat Republican Roy Moore.

The victory by the 17 black women on Tuesday was part of a Harris County rout by the Democrats, who won almost all of the nearly 70 local judicial races and ousted a popular Republican from the county's top elected office.


Synagogue suspect at courthouse; survivors recall ordeal
Court Watch | 2018/10/27 12:24
The man accused in the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre was released from a hospital and turned over to federal authorities for a court appearance Monday on charges he killed 11 people in what is believed to be the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history.

Robert Gregory Bowers, 46, who was shot and wounded in a gun battle with police, arrived at the federal courthouse in downtown Pittsburgh less than two hours after his release from Allegheny General Hospital, according to U.S. marshals. A government car with a wheelchair visible inside could be seen arriving earlier.

Federal prosecutors set in motion plans to seek the death penalty against Bowers, who authorities say expressed hatred of Jews during the rampage and later told police that "I just want to kill Jews" and that "all these Jews need to die."

The first funeral — for Cecil Rosenthal and his younger brother, David — was set for Tuesday. Survivors, meanwhile, began offering harrowing accounts of the mass shooting Saturday inside Tree of Life Synagogue. Barry Werber said he found himself hiding in a dark storage closet as the gunman tore through the building and opened fire.


Colorado Supreme Court hears high-stakes oil and gas lawsuit
Court Watch | 2018/10/15 23:24
An attorney for six young people who want the state to impose tougher safeguards on the energy industry told the Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday that the law requires regulators to protect public health from the hazards of drilling.

A lawyer for the state countered that regulators acted properly when they rejected a request for stronger health protections on the grounds that they did not have the authority to impose them.

The justices heard oral arguments in the high-stakes case but did not say when they would rule.

The case revolves around how much weight energy regulators should give public health and the environment — a contentious issue in Colorado, where cities often overlap lucrative oil and gas fields and drilling rigs sit within sight of homes and schools.

The six young plaintiffs in the case asked the Colorado Oil and Gas Commission, which regulates the industry, to enact a rule that would require energy companies to show they would not harm human health or the environment before regulators issued a drilling permit.

The commission responded that it did not have that authority. Commission members said Colorado law required them to balance public safety with responsible oil and gas production.

Colorado Solicitor General Frederick R. Yarger, representing the attorney general's office, told the Supreme Court that the commission correctly interpreted state law to mean it must consider other factors in addition to public health.


Kavanaugh to hear his 1st arguments as Supreme Court justice
Court Watch | 2018/10/09 10:38
A Supreme Court with a new conservative majority takes the bench as Brett Kavanaugh, narrowly confirmed after a bitter Senate battle, joins his new colleagues to hear his first arguments as a justice.

Kavanaugh will emerge Tuesday morning from behind the courtroom's red velvet curtains and take his seat alongside his eight colleagues. It will be a moment that conservatives have dreamed of for decades, with five solidly conservative justices on the bench.

Kavanaugh's predecessor, Justice Anthony Kennedy, who retired in June, was a more moderate conservative and sometimes sided with the court's four liberal justices. Kavanaugh, in contrast, is expected to be a more decidedly conservative vote, tilting the court right for decades and leaving Chief Justice John Roberts as the justice closest to the ideological middle.

With justices seated by seniority, President Donald Trump's two appointees will flank the Supreme Court bench, Justice Neil Gorsuch at one end and Kavanaugh at the other. Court watchers will be looking to see whether the new justice asks questions at arguments and, if so, what he asks. There will also be those looking for any lingering signs of Kavanaugh's heated, partisan confirmation fight. But the justices, who often highlight their efforts to work together as a collegial body, are likely to focus on the cases before them.

Republicans had hoped to confirm Kavanaugh in time for him to join the court on Oct. 1, the start of the new term. Instead, the former D.C. Circuit judge missed the first week of arguments as the Senate considered an allegation that he had sexually assaulted a woman in high school, an allegation he adamantly denied.

Kavanaugh was confirmed 50-48 Saturday, the closest vote to confirm a justice since 1881, and has had a busy three days since then. On Saturday evening, Kavanaugh took his oaths of office in a private ceremony at the Supreme Court while protesters chanted outside the court building.


Texas Supreme Court to hear sex offender law challenge
Court Watch | 2018/10/08 13:38
The Texas Supreme Court will consider a challenge to the state's retroactive sex offender laws that some say unfairly stack new punishments on those convicted in plea deals.

More than 2,800 sex offenders remain on the Texas registry despite being no longer required to register under terms of their probation, according to an Austin-American Statesman analysis of the list.

Every qualifying sex offender was ordered onto the registry in 2005 after Texas expanded its sex offense laws. But that included some defendants who were promised in deals with prosecutors that they wouldn't have to be on the list after a certain amount of time.

Donnie Miller struck a deal with Travis County prosecutors after he was charged with sexual assault against a woman outside an Austin gentleman's club in 1993. A jury couldn't agree on a verdict at his trial, forcing Miller to face a second trial and more than $20,000 in legal fees.

He made a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty and in exchange, his record would be cleaned if he stayed out of trouble for 10 years. But Miller received a call a year after successfully completing his probation telling him that Texas had changed the rules and that he'd be on the sex offender registry for life, contrary to the terms of his plea deal.

"If I'd known, why would I have taken a plea deal?" said Miller, 48. "I would have borrowed the money for the retrial."

In a lawsuit before the Texas Supreme Court regarding another similar case, San Antonio attorney Angela Moore argues that undoing plea bargains makes the agreements worthless. About 94 percent of criminal convictions are disposed of with pleas, she said.

Texas Department of Public Safety attorneys warn that the lawsuit could relieve many "other sex offenders of their duty to register."

Texas was among several states to expand state law to include offenders from old cases. The U.S. Supreme Court had ruled in 2003 that Alaska's law retroactively requiring old sex offenders with completed sentences to register was legal because the registry wasn't intended to be punitive.

But recent studies show that public lists can have severe consequences, such as public shaming and limiting job opportunities. Since the Alaska decision, new research has emerged that disproves what policymakers previously thought to be true about sex offenders and the effectiveness of such laws.

The updated findings are appearing in court cases across the country. Rulings in Maryland, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Alaska eliminated their retroactive sex offender clauses.


Supreme Court could limit execution of people with dementia
Court Watch | 2018/10/02 12:18
The Supreme Court appeared willing Tuesday to extend protection from capital punishment to people with dementia who can't recall their crime or understand the circumstances of their execution.

The eight justices heard arguments in the case of Alabama death row inmate Vernon Madison, who killed a police officer in 1985 but has suffered strokes that his lawyers say have left him with severe dementia.

The high court has previously said the constitutional ban on cruel and unusual punishment means that people who are insane, delusional or psychotic cannot be executed.

A ruling for Madison probably would mean a new hearing in state court over whether his condition renders him ineligible for execution.

Chief Justice John Roberts and the court's four liberal justices seemed most willing to rule for Madison. The other three justices, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch and Clarence Thomas, are unlikely to side with Madison because they voted to allow his execution to proceed when their colleagues blocked it in January, setting up the current case.

In a reflection of the changed dynamics on the court, Roberts' vote would appear to be decisive since a 4-4 split would leave in place a state court ruling against Madison and allow Alabama to try again to execute him. The high court is down one justice, following Anthony Kennedy's retirement in July and a delay in a vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh so that the FBI can investigate allegations against him of sexual misconduct.

Kennedy had been the conservative justice most likely to vote with the liberals on death penalty cases. The court agreed to hear the appeal while Kennedy was on the bench. He had been a key voice in limiting capital punishment, having voted to bar the execution of people under 18, the intellectually disabled and those who lack a rational understanding of why they are to be put to death.


India's top court lifts temple's ban on women who menstruate
Court Watch | 2018/09/26 23:20
India's Supreme Court on Friday lifted a temple's ban on women of menstruating age, holding that equality is supreme irrespective of age and gender.

The historic Sabarimala temple had barred women age 10 to 50 from entering the temple that is one of the largest Hindu pilgrimage centers in the world.

Some religious figures consider menstruating women to be impure. But the court ruled 4-1 the practice of excluding women cannot be regarded as an essential religious practice.

The temple argued the celibate nature of Sabarimala temple's presiding deity Lord Ayyappa was protected by India's Constitution.

The top court's verdict is part a string of recent rulings that recognize more rights of women, challenging deeply conservative Indian society. On Thursday, it scrapped a law which did not allow wives to bring criminal charges against adulterous husbands.

Chief Justice Dipak Misra in part of Friday's judgment said devotion could not be discriminatory and patriarchal notion could not trump equality in devotion.

"Religion cannot be the cover to deny women right to worship. To treat women as children of lesser God is to blink at constitutional morality," he said.

Rahul Eswaran, an attorney for the temple, said the temple management would seek a review of the court's decision. It noted girls and women of other ages were allowed in the temple without restrictions.


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