215 entries in 'Court Watch'
2019/04/14   High court declines to take Pennsylvania rap artist’s case
2019/04/04   Texas bans clergy from executions after Supreme Court ruling
2019/04/03   Philippine Supreme Court orders release of drug war evidence
2019/03/23   Unions in court over laws limiting Wisconsin governor, AG
2019/03/18   Veterans court may be collateral damage in immigration fight
2019/03/12   Detained Saudi women's rights activists brought to court
2019/02/25   High court deciding fate of cross-shaped Maryland memorial
2019/02/10   Hearing set on end to decades-old Everglades court oversight
2019/02/08   Liberals eye 2020 takeover of Wisconsin Supreme Court
2019/02/02   Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate defends blog posts
2019/01/29   Out-of-state money boosts Collins after Supreme Court vote
2019/01/20   Lawyer: Incapacitated woman who gave birth not in coma
2019/01/09   Guatemala court blocks president's expulsion of UN team
2019/01/06   Court orders mediation in Maryland desegregation case
2019/01/05   WVa AG's help sought in Supreme Court impeachment appeal
2019/01/04   High court to take new look at partisan electoral districts
2018/12/27   Missouri death row inmate asks US Supreme Court to intervene
2018/12/16   California court blocks pardon of man who killed at age 14
2018/12/11   Man accused of killing tourist appears in New Zealand court
2018/12/10   Supreme Court won't hear Planned Parenthood case
2018/12/09   Mexico president blasts 'stratospheric' supreme court wages
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
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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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High court declines to take Pennsylvania rap artist’s case
Court Watch | 2019/04/14 23:37
The Supreme Court is declining to take the case of a Pennsylvania rapper who was convicted of threatening police officers in one of his songs.

The high court declined on Monday to take the case of Jamal Knox, known as Mayhem Mal. In 2012, he and rapper Rashee Beasley were arrested by Pittsburgh police on gun and drug charges. A song they later wrote about the arrest contains phrases including “Let’s kill these cops cuz they don’t do us no good.”

Both were charged with terroristic threats and other crimes.

Knox argued that the song was protected by the First Amendment, but he was ultimately convicted and sentenced to one to three years in prison. Pennsylvania’s highest court upheld his convictions.


Texas bans clergy from executions after Supreme Court ruling
Court Watch | 2019/04/04 01:18
Texas prisons will no longer allow clergy in the death chamber after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the scheduled execution of a man who argued his religious freedom would be violated if his Buddhist spiritual adviser couldn’t accompany him.

Effective immediately, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice will only permit prison security staff into the execution chamber, a spokesman said Wednesday. The policy change comes in response to the high court’s ruling staying the execution of Patrick Murphy, a member of the “Texas 7” gang of escaped prisoners.

Texas previously allowed state-employed clergy to accompany inmates into the room where they’d be executed, but its prison staff included only Christian and Muslim clerics.

In light of this policy, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Texas couldn’t move forward with Murphy’s punishment unless his Buddhist adviser or another Buddhist reverend of the state’s choosing accompanied him.

One of Murphy’s lawyers, David Dow, said the policy change does not address their full legal argument and mistakes the main thrust of the court’s decision.

“Their arbitrary and, at least for now, hostile response to all religion reveals a real need for close judicial oversight of the execution protocol,” Dow said

Murphy’s attorneys told the high court that executing him without his spiritual adviser in the room would violate the First Amendment right to freedom of religion. The 57-year-old — who was among a group of inmates who escaped from a Texas prison in 2000 and then committed numerous robberies, including one where a police officer was fatally shot — became a Buddhist while in prison nearly a decade ago.


Philippine Supreme Court orders release of drug war evidence
Court Watch | 2019/04/03 01:18
The Philippine Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the release of police documents on thousands of killings of suspects in the president’s anti-drug crackdown, in a ruling that human rights groups said could shed light on allegations of extrajudicial killings.

Supreme Court spokesman Brian Keith Hosaka said the court ordered the government solicitor-general to provide the police reports to two rights groups which had sought them. The 15-member court, whose justices are meeting in northern Baguio city, has yet to rule on a separate petition to declare President Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-drug campaign unconstitutional.

Solicitor-General Jose Calida had earlier agreed to release the voluminous police documents to the court but rejected the requests of the two groups, the Free Legal Assistance Group and the Center for International Law, arguing that such a move would undermine law enforcement and national security.

The two groups welcomed the court order. “It’s a big step forward for transparency and accountability,” said Jose Manuel “Chel” Diokno, who heads the Free Legal Assistance Group.

He said the documents will help the group of human rights lawyers scrutinize the police-led crackdown that was launched when Duterte came to office in mid-2016, and the massive number of killings that the president and police say occurred when suspects fought back and endangered law enforcers, Diokno said.

“This is an emphatic statement by the highest court of the land that it will not allow the rule of law to be trampled upon in the war on drugs. It is a very important decision,” said Joel Butuyan, president of the Center for International Law.

“These documents are the first step toward the long road to justice for the petitioners and for thousands of victims of the ‘war on drugs’ and their families,” Butuyan said.

More than 5,000 mostly poor drug suspects have died in purported gunbattles with the police, alarming Western governments, U.N. rights experts and human rights watchdogs. Duterte has denied ordering illegal killings, although he has publicly threatened drug suspects with death.

The thousands of killings have sparked the submission of two complaints of mass murder to the International Criminal Court. Duterte has withdrawn the Philippines from the court.

After holding public deliberations on the two groups’ petitions in 2017, the Supreme Court ordered the solicitor-general to submit documents on the anti-drug campaign, including the list of people killed in police drug raids from July 1, 2016, to Nov. 30, 2017, and documents on many other suspected drug-linked deaths in the same period that were being investigated by police.


Unions in court over laws limiting Wisconsin governor, AG
Court Watch | 2019/03/23 23:25
Laws passed by the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature during a lame-duck session in December that weakened powers of the Democratic governor and attorney general were back before a circuit judge Monday, less than a week after another judge struck them down as unconstitutional.

Republicans appealed last week's ruling, and the state appeals court could rule as soon as Monday on that request to immediately reinstate the laws and put last week's ruling on hold.

Gov. Tony Evers moved quickly after last week's order to rescind 82 of former Republican Gov. Scott Walker's appointments that the state Senate confirmed during the lame-duck session. And Attorney General Josh Kaul, at Evers' order, moved to withdraw Wisconsin from a multi-state lawsuit seeking repeal of the Affordable Health Care Act, a power taken away from him during the lame-duck session.

The judge last week ruled that the laws were illegally passed because the type of session lawmakers used to meet in December was unconstitutional. Republicans called themselves into "extraordinary session" to pass the bills, but Dane County Circuit Judge Richard Niess said there was no basis in state law to call such sessions.

The attorney for Republican lawmakers, Misha Tseytlin, argued that the ruling jeopardizes the validity of thousands of other laws passed during extraordinary sessions.

That case was brought by the League of Women Voters and other groups.

The lawsuit being heard Monday was filed by a coalition of five unions. They argue that the laws violate the state constitution's separation of powers doctrine because they take power from the executive branch and transfer them to the Legislature.

Republicans counter that the laws are constitutional and ensure a proper balance of power between the executive and legislative branches.

The case is being heard by Dane County Circuit Judge Frank Remington. The judge held oral arguments on Monday, beginning the proceedings by informing all the parties that he's already drafted a written decision but wanted clarifications. He blocked off the entire day for the hearing.


Veterans court may be collateral damage in immigration fight
Court Watch | 2019/03/18 05:21
Three decades ago, Lori Ann Bourgeois was guarding fighter jets at an air base. After her discharge, she fell into drug addiction. She wound up living on the streets and was arrested for possession of methamphetamine.

But on a recent day, the former Air Force Security Police member walked into a Veterans Treatment Court after completing a 90-day residential drug treatment program. Two dozen fellow vets sitting on the courtroom benches applauded. A judge handed Bourgeois a special coin marking the occasion, inscribed with the words “Change Attitude, Change Thinking, Change Behavior.”

The program Bourgeois credits for pulling her out of the “black hole” of homelessness is among more than three dozen Oregon specialty courts caught in a standoff between the state and federal government over immigration enforcement.

The Trump administration in 2017 threatened to withhold law enforcement grants from 29 cities, counties or states it viewed as having “sanctuary” policies that limit cooperation with federal immigration agents. Today, all those jurisdictions have received or been cleared to get the money, except Oregon, which is battling for the funds in federal court.

The Veterans Treatment Court in Eugene and 40 other specialty courts, including mental health and civilian drug programs, risk losing all or part of their budgets, said Michael Schmidt, executive director of Oregon’s Criminal Justice Commission, which administers the money.

The commission has managed to keep the courts funded through July, Schmidt said. Unless the Trump administration relents or is forced by court order to deliver the money, or the Oregon Legislature comes up with it, the commission must make “horrible, tough decisions” about where to make the cuts, Schmidt said.

Speaking in her small office in the Eugene courthouse, specialty courts coordinator Danielle Hanson said if the veterans court budget is cut, the vets would have to start paying for drug treatment, and they would be deprived of housing resources and travel funds to go to residential treatment facilities as far as 330 miles (530 kilometers) away. Some veterans might even be turned away.



Detained Saudi women's rights activists brought to court
Court Watch | 2019/03/12 19:22
Women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia appeared in a closed-door court hearing Wednesday on unknown charges after being detained in a crackdown last year, making their first appearance before a judge in a case that has sparked international outrage.

The arrests came just before Saudi Arabia began allowing women to drive, something women's rights activists had been demanding for years. The arrests showed that King Salman and his 33-year-old son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, are willing to crack down on any opposition even while courting the West.

It also was sandwiched between the mass arrest of businessmen in what authorities said was a campaign against corruption, and the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.

Saudi authorities did not respond to requests for comment Wednesday, and Saudi state media did not immediately report on the hearing. Authorities barred Western diplomats and journalists from the hearing in Riyadh, a person with knowledge of the hearing told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal.


High court deciding fate of cross-shaped Maryland memorial
Court Watch | 2019/02/25 15:31
The Supreme Court this week is hearing a case challenging the location of a nearly 100-year-old, cross-shaped Maryland war memorial.

Three area residents and the District of Columbia-based American Humanist Association argue the cross' location on public land violates the First Amendment's establishment clause. The clause prohibits the government from favoring one religion over others. They argue the cross should be moved to private property or modified into a slab or obelisk.

The cross' supporters say it doesn't violate the Constitution because it has a secular purpose and meaning: commemorating World War I veterans. The cross' base lists the names of 49 area residents who died in the war.

The American Legion and Maryland officials are defending the cross. They have the support of the Trump administration and 30 states.



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