223 entries in 'Court Watch'
2019/11/17   Challenger accuses Supreme Court’s Kelly of corruption
2019/11/08   Court sentences Congo warlord to 30 years for atrocities
2019/10/12   Analysis: Louisiana figures in 2 major Supreme Court cases
2019/09/28   Dutch Supreme Court asked to clarify euthanasia case
2019/07/08   Fines, jail, probation, debt: Court policies punish the poor
2019/06/24   EU court says Poland's Supreme Court reforms unlawful
2019/06/16   High court lets Virginia voting go ahead under redrawn map
2019/05/09   Supreme Court says 1 state can’t be sued in another’s courts
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
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
2015/11/06   Kansas Supreme Court to take up school funding case
2015/10/27   Court: Therapy dog didn't sway jury against sex offender
2015/10/08   Virginia executes serial killer who claimed to be disabled
2015/10/07   Familiar, divisive social issues on Supreme Court agenda
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2015/09/03   Court cuts prison sentence for Memphis 'sovereign citizen'
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Challenger accuses Supreme Court’s Kelly of corruption
Court Watch | 2019/11/17 11:30
Wisconsin Supreme Court challenger Jill Karofsky suggested Tuesday that Justice Daniel Kelly is corrupt because he repeatedly rules in favor of conservative groups, saying it makes no sense that the law could be on their side all the time.

Karofsky made the remarks at the candidates’ first debate. Karofsky and Kelly used the opportunity to paint each other as partisan and the third candidate, Ed Fallone, struggling to get a word in during their exchanges.

Kelly is part of the high court’s five-justice conservative majority. Karofsky went right at him as soon as the debate began, saying it’s “amazing” that a justice is being supported by right-wing special interest groups. Twice she implied that Kelly is corrupt, questioning why he repeatedly rules in conservative groups’ favor.

“What voters see is that you get support from special interests. You ignore the rule of law and you find in favor of those special interests over and over and over again, and that feels like corruption to people in the state of Wisconsin,” Karofsky said.

Kelly shot back that Karofsky scores the outcome of cases through a political lens. He said he applies the law fairly and uses hard logic to reach his decisions.


Court sentences Congo warlord to 30 years for atrocities
Court Watch | 2019/11/08 00:44
The International Criminal Court passed its highest ever sentence Thursday, sending a Congolese warlord known as “The Terminator” to prison for 30 years for crimes including murder, rape and sexual slavery.

Bosco Ntaganda was found guilty in July of 18 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity for his role as a military commander in atrocities during a bloody ethnic conflict in a mineral-rich region of Congo in 2002-2003.

Ntaganda showed no emotion as Presiding Judge Robert Fremr passed sentences ranging from eight years to 30 years for individual crimes and an overarching sentence of 30 years.

The court’s maximum sentence is 30 years, although judges also have the discretion to impose a life sentence. Lawyers representing victims in the case had called for a life term.

Fremr said despite the gravity of the crimes and Ntaganda’s culpability, his convictions “do not warrant a sentence of life imprisonment.”

Ida Sawyer, deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Africa division, welcomed the ruling.



Analysis: Louisiana figures in 2 major Supreme Court cases
Court Watch | 2019/10/12 09:57
Among cases on the U.S. Supreme Court docket for the term that began this month, two Louisiana cases stand out — one because of its implications for criminal justice in the state, the other because of what it portends for abortion rights and access nationwide.

And, both, in part, because they deal with matters that, on the surface, might appear to have been settled.

Yes, voters approved a constitutional amendment requiring unanimous jury verdicts in felony cases — following Pulitzer Prize winning reporting by The Advocate on the racial impacts of allowing 10-2 verdicts. But sometimes lost amid celebrations of the measure’s passage is its effective date: it applies to crimes that happened on or after Jan. 1 of this year.

No help to people like Evangelisto Ramos, who was convicted on a 10-2 jury vote in 2016 of second-degree murder in the killing of a woman in New Orleans. Ramos is serving a life sentence with no chance of parole.


Dutch Supreme Court asked to clarify euthanasia case
Court Watch | 2019/09/28 12:46
Prosecutors have asked the Netherlands' Supreme Court to clarify legal matters in a landmark euthanasia case, saying Thursday they want to lay down unambiguous jurisprudence for the future.

The Public Prosecution Service said by instituting "cassation in the interest of the law" proceedings they aim to clarify how doctors deal with euthanasia on "incapacitated patients" without subjecting a doctor acquitted at a trial to a new legal battle.

Prosecutors said in a statement they want "legal certainty to be created for doctors and patients about this important issue in euthanasia legislation and medical practice."

The retired nursing home doctor was cleared earlier this month by judges in The Hague who ruled that she adhered to all criteria for carrying out legal euthanasia when she administered a fatal dose of drugs to a 74-year-old woman with severe dementia.

The cassation proceedings mean that the doctor's acquittal will not be called into question.

The doctor carried out euthanasia on the woman in 2016, acting on a written directive the patient had drawn up earlier. The woman later gave mixed signals about her desire to die, but the doctor, in close consultation with the woman's family, decided to go ahead with the mercy killing.

The Hague District Court ruled that in rare cases of euthanasia on patients with severe dementia - and who had earlier made a written request for euthanasia - the doctor "did not have to verify the current desire to die."

Prosecutors said they disagreed with the Hague court and want the Supreme Court to rule on legal issues in the case.


Fines, jail, probation, debt: Court policies punish the poor
Court Watch | 2019/07/08 18:32
Johnny Gibbs has been trying to get a valid driver’s license for 20 years, but he just can’t afford it.

To punish him for high school truancy in 1999, Tennessee officials told him he would not be able to legally drive until he turned 21. He drove anyway, incurring two tickets and racking up more than $1,000 in fines and fees.

Like other low-income defendants in similar situations across the country, Gibbs couldn’t pay and ended up serving jail time and probation. That incurred another cost: a monthly supervision fee to a private probation company.

Rather than risk another arrest, Gibbs, now 38, decided to quit driving, which he said makes it nearly impossible to work. He said he spent several years living in a motel room with his mother, his disabled father and his sister before they all became homeless. In August, the family found housing in a dilapidated trailer, miles from the nearest town or food source.

A growing number of legal groups and nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S. are challenging these practices, but they continue — despite a 1983 U.S. Supreme Court decision that found it unconstitutional to incarcerate defendants too poor to pay fines.

In Oklahoma, for example, the Washington-based Civil Rights Corps, which has litigated more than 20 lawsuits since it was founded in 2016 to undo various aspects of “user-funded justice,” is challenging policies that it claims have led to one of the highest incarceration rates in the world.

Counties across the state of Oklahoma refer debt collection to a for-profit company, Aberdeen Enterprizes II, which adds an additional 30 percent fee and threatens debtors with arrest. Many of those who can’t pay are not just thrown in jail; they’re also made to pay for their incarceration, further increasing their debt.

Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey Bivens said reforming fees, fines and bail is a priority of the Conference of Chief Justices, a nonprofit organization comprising top judicial officials from each of the 50 states.


EU court says Poland's Supreme Court reforms unlawful
Court Watch | 2019/06/24 00:30
The European Union's top court ruled Monday that a Polish law that pushed Supreme Court judges into early retirement violates EU law, a setback for Poland's right-wing government but a move welcomed by critics who worried the measure would cause a serious erosion of democratic standards.

In its ruling, the European Court of Justice said the measures breach judicial independence. An interim decision from the Luxembourg-based court in November ordered the Polish government to reinstate judges who were forced to retire early and to amend the law to remove the provisions that took about one-third of the court off the bench.

The court said the law "undermines the principle of the irremovability of judges, that principle being essential to their independence."

There was no immediate reaction from Poland's government, but the decision is a blow to the ruling authorities, who since winning power in 2015 have increasingly taken control of the judicial system.

The government and president have said they wanted to force the early retirement of the Supreme Court judges as part of a larger effort to purge communist-era judges.

But legal experts say that argument holds no water because most communist-era judges are long gone from the judicial system 30 years after the fall of communism. Many critics believe the true aim is to destroy the independence of the Polish judiciary.

The biggest fear is that the judiciary could become so politicized that those not favored by the ruling authorities could be unfairly charged with crimes and sentenced, essentially deprived of fair hearings. Though a separate court, the Constitutional Tribunal, and other bodies are already under the ruling party's control, many judges have continued to show independence, ruling against the authorities, even the justice minister, in recent cases.



High court lets Virginia voting go ahead under redrawn map
Court Watch | 2019/06/16 22:46
Virginians will elect members of the House of Delegates using a map seen as favorable to Democrats, according to ruling Monday by the Supreme Court.

The 5-4 decision was perhaps telegraphed by the fact that the justice previously allowed election planning to go forward with the new map. Virginia held its primary last week, and the November general election will be the last time the state uses this map because legislative districts will need to be redrawn to account for results from the 2020 census.

The political boundaries are important because Republicans currently control the House by a 51-49 margin.

The justices let stand a lower court decision putting in place the new map, saying Republicans in the state House did not have right to appeal to the Supreme Court. The state could have decided to bring the case but did not, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote.

“One House of its bicameral legislature cannot alone continue the litigation against the will of its partners in the legislative process,” she wrote. The four justices who joined her were Clarence Thomas, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Neil Gorsuch, a lineup that included conservatives and liberals. Dissenting were Chief Justice John Roberts and three other justices — Samuel Alito, Stephen Breyer and Brett Kavanaugh.

The case stemmed from a map drawn by Republican lawmakers in 2011, after the last census, and used in the four elections since. Democratic voters sued in 2014, accusing Republicans of packing black voters into certain districts to make surrounding ones whiter and more Republican.

A lower court ruled 2-1 last year that the previous, legislative-crafted map improperly factored race into the drawing of 11 of the 100 House districts. After lawmakers were unable to reach an agreement on a redistricting plan, the lower court chose a new map from a series of proposals submitted by a special master.


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