444 entries in 'Headline Legal News'
2021/03/28   Governor swears in newest Rhode Island state court judge
2021/03/03   Mississippi told to pay $500K to wrongfully imprisoned man
2021/01/12   India's top court suspends implementation of new farm laws
2020/12/20   Longtime Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Abrahamson dies
2020/12/05   Judge Calls Trump Request in Wisconsin Lawsuit 'Bizarre'
2020/11/29   Pennsylvania high court rejects lawsuit challenging election
2020/08/17   Int'l court: Hezbollah member guilty in Lebanon ex-PM death
2020/08/02   Lawsuit: Trump still blocks Twitter critics after court loss
2020/07/10   No peeking, voters: Court keeps Trump taxes private for now
2020/04/20   Court issues temporary restraining order on Gov. Kelly's order
2020/04/09   Wisconsin’s pandemic election puts focus on state’s court
2020/01/02   President, Supreme Court top Wisconsin races in 2020
2019/12/09   Supreme Court leaves Kentucky’s ultrasound law in place
2019/09/10   New Orleans judges seek review of court fees conflict ruling
2019/07/30   Dubai ruler, princess in London court over welfare of kids
2019/07/20   High court rejects appeal of killer of 4 people in Omaha
2019/05/24   DeVaney sworn in to South Dakota Supreme Court
2019/05/01   Wisconsin court says gun site not liable in spa shooting
2019/03/08   Court: $700M judgment against North Carolina still unpaid
2019/02/15   High court rules for retired US marshal in W.Va. tax dispute
2019/02/06   High court upholds texting suicide manslaughter conviction
2018/12/21   Fight over report on Wynn allegations back in court Jan. 4
2018/12/16   Judge’s ruling on ‘Obamacare’ poses new problems for GOP
2018/11/24   Lump of coal? Taxes more likely for online gifts this season
2018/11/19   Immigration detainees denied day in court
2018/11/19   New black officers, court officials rethinking US policing
2018/11/11   Court fight likely in 10-year-old girl’s homicide case
2018/11/08   Ginsburg, 85, hospitalized after fracturing 3 ribs in fall
2018/11/07   Justice Beth Clement leading Supreme Court race
2018/11/05   Bahrain opposition leader sentenced to life by high court
2018/10/30   Bomb suspect set for Florida court appearance
2018/10/10   Polish leader appoints top court judges, against ruling
2018/10/05   Cemetery case puts property rights issue before high court
2018/09/25   UN court asked to probe Venezuela; leader defiant in speech
2018/09/17   Belgian court rules out extradition for Spanish rapper
2018/09/05   Court: Cities can't prosecute people for sleeping on streets
2018/08/31   Blankenship ballot bid denied by West Virginia Supreme Court
2018/08/19   Alabama Supreme Court won't move lawsuit against Moore
2018/08/16   Ugandan pop star, a government critic, faces military court
2018/08/13   Zimbabwe's opposition challenges election results in court
2018/07/08   Wisconsin court to rule on conservative professor's firing
2018/06/24   Supreme Court adopts new rules for cell phone tracking
2018/06/18   Court makes no ruling in resolving partisan redistricting cases
2018/06/11   MMA star Conor McGregor heads to court for melee charges
2018/06/02   Man run down, 50 years after killing girl in hit-and-run
2018/05/13   Court says Baltimore police could fire officer in force case
2018/04/17   Supreme Court rejects anti-abortion pastor's appeal on noise
2018/04/16   Michigan Democrats back Nessel for state attorney general
2018/04/13   Zuckerberg Flubs Details of Facebook Privacy Commitments
2018/04/11   Russian court blocks popular messaging app in privacy row
2018/02/24   California parents face new charges in kids' torture case
2018/02/06   Court allows Pennsylvania to redraw GOP-favored district map
2018/01/03   Top Connecticut court cases in 2018 involve Newtown, Skakel
2017/12/26   Top German court rejects ex-Auschwitz guard's prison appeal
2017/12/15   Often at odds, Trump and GOP relish tax win, court picks
2017/11/23   Court: Stress no grounds for rescinding guilty pleas
2017/11/09   Top German court strengthens intersex identity rights
2017/11/07   Human rights group accuses Guatemalan courts of delays
2017/10/24   Ohio court won't hear case in seizure of exotic animals
2017/10/19   The Latest: Spain asks for jailing of Catalonia police chief
2017/10/18   High court to hear appeal in Newtown gun maker lawsuit
2017/10/06   Indiana courts see changes with new e-filing system
2017/09/15   Indian court sentences 2 men to death in 1993 Mumbai blasts
2017/09/06   EU court rejects Hungary, Slovakia appeal in refugee case
2017/09/03   Military parts dealer guilty in plot to steal Army equipment
2017/08/27   Supreme Court Overturns Billings Police Back-Pay Ruling
2017/07/30   Australian court debates release of Queen's secret letters
2017/07/19   EU closer to sanctions on Poland over changes in judiciary
2017/07/01   Indiana high court to rule on Lake Michigan beach ownership
2017/06/27   McCarthy found guilty of 2nd-degree murder of Bella Bond
2017/06/16   Michelle Carter text suicide trial verdict: Guilty
2017/06/08   Court: Neighbors can sue pot grower for stinky smells
2017/05/27   Bangladesh Supreme Court removes Lady Justice statue
2017/05/05   Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman returns to court in drug case
2017/04/15   Court document: Hawaii mother’s body parts found in freezer
2017/04/11   Official: Man accused in store attack misses court hearing
2017/04/05   Baldwin's Supreme Court nominee fight is early flashpoint
2017/03/16   Trump travel ban in new court setback near nation's capital
2017/02/22   Court: Missouri not required to name execution drug's source
2017/02/20   UK court says income threshold for foreign spouses is lawful
2017/02/11   Kenya court blocks closing of world's biggest refugee camp
2017/01/27   Supreme Court to hear case about party in vacant DC house
2017/01/24   Top court reviews free speech case of man's anti-police rap
2016/12/03   Court revives lawsuit against California bullet stamping law
2016/11/04   Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama inmate
2016/10/20   Landowners to court: Exxon Mobil pipeline breaches contract
2016/10/14   Rights group criticizes Polish law of weakening top court
2016/10/14   Court enters default judgment in Kansas voting rights case
2016/10/03   Supreme Court rejects Whitey Bulger appeal
2016/10/01   Supreme Court in holding pattern, awaiting ninth justice
2016/09/23   California Supreme Court to consider suit over Yelp review
2016/09/20   DC gun law gets hearing before Washington appeals court
2016/09/04   Gays can seek parental rights for nonbiological kids
2016/07/22   Kansas court upholds death sentence for sheriff's killing
2016/06/14   Court upholds net neutrality rules on equal internet access
2016/06/01   NY court: Case against ex-AIG execs can continue
2016/04/23   Arkansas funeral home pleads guilty over stacked bodies
2016/04/05   Nevada court hears casino mogul Adelson's defamation case
2016/04/05   Supreme Court Rejects Conservative Group’s Argument
2016/03/22   Judge begins to deliver verdict in Ukrainian pilot trial
2016/03/08   Reid pounds GOP united against Obama Supreme Court choice
2016/02/29   African-American voters see court fight as affront to Obama
2016/02/19   Nevada's GOP governor honored by mention about high court
2016/01/25   Supreme Court rejects appeal to outlaw death penalty
2016/01/13   Florida asks court to deny inmate's execution-delay request
2015/12/25   Jeffrey Dahmer's lawyer suspended by Supreme Court
2015/12/10   Supreme Court torn over Texas affirmative action program
2015/12/02   US court rejects Virginia death row inmate's appeal
2015/11/23   Rancher pleads guilty to falsely claiming cattle losses
2015/11/18   Court won’t hear case over grant to Planned Parenthood
2015/11/03   Supreme Court troubled by DA's rejection of black jurors
2015/11/03   High court won't hear appeal on mortgage ratings
2015/10/20   Supreme Court won't reinstate $250K award in police shooting
2015/10/14   Court reinstates lawsuit over NYPD surveillance of Muslims
2015/10/02   Connecticut court stands by decision eliminating execution
2015/09/25   Arizona sheriff faces judge after defying court orders
2015/09/19   Appeals court upholds injunction halting health mandate
2015/09/04   Washington Supreme Court rules against Backpage.com
2015/09/02   Alaska Supreme Court won't block Medicaid expansion
2015/08/23   Amended voter identification law subject of court hearing
2015/08/14   Court fines Washington state over education funding
2015/08/11   Appeals court won't reconsider ex-Virginia governor's case
2015/08/05   Maine court: Anti-gay marriage group must disclose donors
2015/07/12   Silicon Valley company starts to take court disputes online
2015/07/07   Peterson returns to court in murder-for-hire trial
2015/07/03   Oklahoma court to look at blocking Tulsa grand jury probe
2015/06/26   Pennsylvania court rejects law that aided NRA gun challenges
2015/06/25   Supreme Court upholds key tool for fighting housing bias
2015/06/24   US court upholds tough rules on for-profit college loans
2015/06/23   Supreme Court Voids Routine Police Check Of Hotel Registries
2015/06/22   High court strikes down raisin program as unconstitutional
2015/06/17   Huguely files appeal request with U.S. Supreme Court
2015/06/12   Appeals court sets aside conviction of bin Laden assistant
2015/06/11   Poll: Most Americans expect Supreme Court to OK gay marriage
2015/06/01   High court throws out conviction for Facebook threats
2015/05/18   Court: State can’t order unions, companies to reach binding contracts
2015/05/12   Ohio man accused in US Capitol terror plot returns to court
2015/03/31   Afghan Court Sentences AP Journalist’s Killer to 20 Years
2015/02/25   Supreme Court sides with Kansas in water dispute
2015/02/16   NYPD officer due in court in stairwell shooting
2015/01/30   Appeals court weighs suit in US Marshals shooting
2015/01/08   Fate of thousands at stake in Massachusetts court arguments
2014/12/31   'Saved by the Bell' Actor Due in a Wisconsin Court
2014/11/07   Court reaffirms BP is liable in Gulf oil spill
2014/11/05   Abortion-rights supporters welcomed the delay Tuesday.
2014/11/04   Appeals court takes on NSA surveillance case
2014/10/20   Appeals court reinstates Texas voter ID law
2014/09/02   Court agrees to review Alaska Roadless Rule case
2014/08/19   Washington high court to hear charter school case
2014/08/13   Appeals court OKs permits for Upper Peninsula mine
2014/07/01   US Supreme Court lets Equifax tax ruling stand
2014/06/25   Court rejects appeal of gay jury selection case
2014/06/13   Court: No blanket exemption for police dashcams
2014/06/10   High court won't hear California's prison appeal
2014/05/30   Supreme Court Says Mich. Can't Block Indian Casino
2014/05/27   Iran judge summons Facebook CEO to court
2014/05/20   Supreme Court takes up case of fired air marshal
2014/05/16   Court: Red Bulls must pay $2.8M in property tax
2014/05/13   European court: Google must yield on personal info
2014/05/05   Casino law hinges on Massachusetts high court case
2014/04/30   Court considers whistleblower free speech rights
2014/04/21   High court to hear dispute about TV over Internet
2014/04/17   Court rules for environmentalists in water fight
2014/04/15   Court date reset in Vegas Strip bird death case
2014/04/08   Court OKs $57M verdict for WA home-care workers
2014/04/03   Supreme Court Refuses To Overturn Arizona Marijuana Ruling
2014/03/31   Another Apple-Samsung skirmish heads to court
2014/03/24   Egypt court sentences 528 Morsi supporters to death
2014/03/10   Driver pleads guilty in deadly bus stop crash
2014/02/24   Arizona high court bars cuts to public pensions
2014/02/20   Fight over gay marriage moving to federal courts
2014/02/20   Supreme Court affirms pipeline value decision
2014/02/07   Australian court rules ANZ Bank late fees too high
2014/02/03   Pakistan court dismisses Musharraf medical request
2014/01/24   Supreme Court debates 'straw purchasers' gun law
2014/01/16   High court rejects Ohio killer's last-minute plea
2014/01/10   Court suspends ban on a show by French comic
2013/12/23   Canadian court strikes down anti-prostitution laws
2013/12/20   Calif. high court mulling release of law test data
2013/12/12   NY court: Reporter shielded in Colo. shooting case
2013/12/09   Haiti protest derides Dominican court ruling
2013/12/05   Supreme Court won't stop NY's Internet taxation
2013/12/02   Nevada Supreme Court upholds ethics laws
2013/11/29   Amanda Knox appeals slander case to European court
2013/11/08   Anti-whaling activist to testify in US court
2013/10/25   Appeals court rejects secret Delaware arbitration
2013/10/23   Farmers tied to listeria outbreak to plead guilty
2013/09/23   Wenatchee lawyer picked for federal judgeship
2013/08/28   Committee OKs school spending report for WA court
2013/07/18   Court: Legal status can't be used in civil cases
2013/07/16   Court sides with Yahoo in data collection case
2013/07/12   Ill. Supreme Court ends challenge to abortion law
2013/07/06   SC high court overturns $11M defamation verdicts
2013/06/20   Court: Ariz. citizenship proof law illegal
2013/06/11   Court: $1M coverage for Conn. fire victim families
2013/06/07   Intel chair says NSA court order is renewal
2013/05/30   Chicago man pleads guilty in NY hacking case
2013/05/29   Wal-Mart pleads guilty in hazardous waste
2013/05/24   Oil leasing dispute heads to federal court
2013/05/23   Court strikes down Arizona 20-week abortion ban
2013/04/12   Court shoots down Yakama tobacco company lawsuit
2013/03/31   US appeals court grants Hobby Lobby full hearing
2013/03/03   Justices voice skepticism of voting rights law
2013/02/12   3 plead guilty to falsifying OH weapons permits
2013/01/24   Economist convicted of tax fraud in NY court
2013/01/19   High court to hear appeal in case of jilted woman
2013/01/11   Lohan lawyer in NYC courthouse in nightclub case
2012/12/27   Ohio schools officer to plead guilty to sex charge
2012/12/20   Appeals court sides with newspaper in labor fight
2012/12/04   Firm settles with W.Va. AG over mortgage case
2012/11/15   Lawyer accused of laundering money to request bail
2012/11/06   Lawyer for NY man suing Facebook wants out of case
2012/10/12   Ohio appeals to Supreme Court on early voting
2012/09/27   Justices step back from Pa. court funding dispute
2012/09/12   KC law firm owner faces murder, forgery charges
2012/09/07   Ga. county must $4 million to billboard firm
2012/08/17   3M Co. sues former law firm for switching sides
2012/08/10   Fed. appeals court denies ex-Ill. governor appeal
2012/08/04   Court orders Chevron to stop drilling for oil
2012/07/27   Court sides with NJ judges in pension dispute
2012/07/18   Tenn. court says convicted killer can keep money
2012/07/09   Texas Voter ID Law to be Tested in a Federal Court
2012/07/06   Cal Supreme Court rules in child death case
2012/07/02   GlaxoSmithKline settles healthcare fraud case
2012/06/28   High court ruling vindicates Obama on health care
2012/06/15   Penn State: Court should dismiss Spanier's lawsuit
2012/06/09   NY court limits disclosure in old communist probe
2012/06/04   High court protects Secret Service agents
2012/05/26   Court orders woman to stay away from Jeff Goldblum
2012/05/19   Md. highest court recognizes same-sex divorce
2012/05/08   Court says illegal immigrants can't have guns
2012/04/30   Designer Louboutin hits back in red sole lawsuit
2012/03/06   Ryan & Maniskas, LLP Announces Class Action Lawsuit
2012/02/23   NY court decision bolsters anti-fracking movement
2012/02/22   Court says police cannot be sued over warrant
2012/02/15   Cisco challenges Microsoft takeover of Skype in EU
2012/02/13   Federal court rules for Ohio festival free speech
2012/02/10   Miss high court hears challenge to Barbour pardons
2012/02/07   Utah high court to hear posthumous benefits case
2012/02/04   Magnet Toy Class Action Settlement
2012/02/03   Miss. high court takes ex-gov pardons case
2012/02/02   HIV-positive man who sued Atlanta gets new hearing
2012/01/30   Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP Files Class Action
2012/01/27   US judge denies bid to block NV mustang roundups
2012/01/26   NY court: Judge can't block $18B Ecuador judgment
2012/01/23   US high court: warrant needed for GPS tracking
2012/01/18   Pacman Jones pleads guilty to disorderly conduct
2012/01/17   Court rejects appeals in student speech cases
2011/12/30   Del. court says ex-HP CEO can't keep letter secret
2011/12/28   Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP Files Class Action Suit
2011/12/27   Court: Ark. can't stop desegregation funds
2011/12/27   Supreme Court says Manchester property tax data private
2011/12/21   Suspect in immigration agent killing held in US
2011/12/20   Gingrich assails judges as he courts conservatives
2011/12/16   Court hearing set in White House shooting case
2011/12/14   Next ICC prosecutor warns against sex crimes
2011/12/13   High court to review tough Arizona immigration law
2011/12/09   CA same-sex marriage ban gets another day in court
2011/12/09   Appeals court blocks cement plant pollution rule
2011/12/07   Political aide to former Md. governor found guilty
2011/12/05   CARRIER iQ, Inc. Sued in Class Action
2011/12/01   Court reviews Ga. firing of transgender woman
2011/11/28   Court to look at overtime pay for drug sales reps
2011/11/22   Defendant in $670M scam enters guilty plea in Va.
2011/11/18   Federal court issues new political maps for Texas
2011/11/17   Missouri Supreme Court upholds strip club restrictions
2011/11/14   Company pleads guilty to dumping wastewater in Harvey Canal
2011/11/09   Calif high court hears debate over worker breaks
2011/11/07   NY investment firm among owners of Maine casino
2011/11/07   Court to look at life in prison for juveniles
2011/11/03   Appeals panel sides with CBS over Super Bowl fine
2011/11/01   Scandal-plagued former Bell official sues city
2011/10/31   Alabama immigration fight recalls civil rights era
2011/10/28   Appeals court overturns key Cape Wind clearance
2011/10/21   Indiana, Planned Parenthood in court over funding
2011/10/21   Artists sue auction houses over royalties law
2011/10/18   Arpaio to testify about failed investigations
2011/10/06   High court appears to favor Ala. death row inmate
2011/10/04   Court turns away appeal over commandments display
2011/09/27   High court to decide lawyer immunity question
2011/09/24   Samsung seeks iPhone, iPad sale ban in Dutch court
2011/09/22   Court rules that UBS trader should stay in custody
2011/09/09   Guilty plea for Va. man in $318K Social Security fraud
2011/09/01   Group seeks appellate action on gays in military
2011/08/26   No choking charges for Wis. Supreme Court justice
2011/08/18   NY court rejects $18M class action writers deal
2011/08/18   Man found guilty in Atlanta of killing boxer
2011/08/17   EPA settles with owners of Mass. chemical plant
2011/08/16   2 enter guilty pleas in GOP corruption case
2011/08/12   Lawyer: 'Jeopardy!' burglary suspect a prostitute
2011/08/12   Miss. judge suspended for misconduct
2011/08/10   Ariz. governor on deadline for immigration appeal
2011/08/09   Pozen says Texas court upholds Treximet patents
2011/08/05   Lawyer pleads guilty to $47 million Ponzi scheme
2011/08/03   Kansas workers seek to bar immigration questions
2011/08/01   DeMocker defense says former lawyer will keep mum
2011/07/20   Court reverses conviction on online Obama threat
2011/07/20   Fresno DA charges woman after deadly bus crash
2011/07/16   Challenge to visa lottery dismissed by judge
2011/07/11   Arizona court vacates $75 million cash-only bond
2011/07/05   Justice Ginsburg's future plans closely watched
2011/07/04   14.5 Million Dollar Jury Verdict Awarded Against State Farm Insurance
2011/06/29   BofA Near $8.5B Deal to Settle Big Investors' Claims
2011/06/27   Citigroup ex-VP arrested in NYC on fraud charges
2011/06/27   Wis. Gov: Supreme Court needs to resolve discord
2011/06/24   Pa. appeals court upholds $188M Wal-Mart verdict
2011/06/24   Va suit settled over coalbed methane rights
2011/06/23   Casino owner cited in complaint against Ala. judge
2011/06/20   Court says age must be considered in interrogation
2011/06/14   2 ex-judges, lawyer back to prison in Miss scheme
2011/06/11   Ohio judge says Ford must pay dealers $2B
2011/06/11   Pa. appeals court upholds $188M Wal-Mart verdict
2011/06/07   Court: No shield law for message boards posters
2011/05/19   Mack Trucks, Volvo to pay $525M to settle suit
2011/05/17   Court says FOIA request cannot be used in lawsuit
2011/05/12   Phoenix realtor pleads guilty to mortgage fraud
2011/05/09   Courts nationwide hold hearings with video
2011/05/04   Judge clears 'Housewives' firing lawsuit for trial
2011/05/02   Polygamous church dispute may head to Utah court
2011/05/02   Insurer settles suit with former USU frat members
2011/04/28   Iowa court reverses child endangerment conviction
2011/04/28   Ohio man pleads guilty in abortion-gunpoint case
2011/04/25   High court rejects quick review of health care law
2011/04/25   Md. court considering same-sex spousal privilege
2011/04/17   US court turns away new appeal from Uighurs
2011/04/10   Lawyers for NFL, players talk mediation with judge
2011/04/06   Texas death row inmate gets reprieve
2011/03/24   Court nixes new rape trial in dispute over poem
2011/03/22   High court unlikely to grant right to lawyer
2011/03/11   Ex-judge Camp sentenced to 30 days in prison
2011/02/25   US high court says Nevada can ban brothel ads
2011/02/25   Scott+Scott LLP Announces Class Action Lawsuit
2011/02/25   France's Publicis faces $100 million gender bias lawsuit
2011/02/24   Vivendi To Cut US Class Action Provision
2011/02/21   Horizon Lines to plead guilty to fixing prices
2011/02/19   as man on Neb. death row appeals to high court
2011/02/18   Fla. Ruling Big Tobacco Won Comes Back To Bite It
2011/02/03   Maine federal judge lets class action in care suit
2011/02/01   Trenton voids law firm contract for contributions
2011/01/26   Mo. court sides with immigrant in adoption appeal
2011/01/18   Court won't stop class-action suit against Pella
2011/01/11   Judge approves $179M settlement for AK Steel retirees
2011/01/03   Court: Couple Can't Have Adult Child's Records
2010/12/20   Mont. Supreme Court considers access restrictions
2010/12/16   Searchers seek gunman in Utah ranger shooting
2010/11/29   Leaked US cables reveal sensitive diplomacy
2010/11/26   $450m class action launched against NAB
2010/11/03   Court Appoints Lawyer for Bernard Kilpatrick
2010/10/25   BP expected to pay Florida $20M for seafood inspections
2010/10/04   Court won't speed challenge to MN disclosure law
2010/09/22   Court affirms overturning Fla. gay adoption ban
2010/09/22   American Bar Association Honors Philadelphia Firms
2010/09/16   Man who tried to fake death pleads guilty to fraud
2010/09/16   Court lets part of organic-milk case proceed
2010/09/09   Menzer & Hill, P.A. Announces Investigation
2010/08/23   Doctor charged in Jackson's death due in court
2010/08/18   Paralegal, husband indicted in $1 million law-firm embezzlement
2010/08/09   BP Deposits $3 Billion in Spill Fund
2010/08/03   Mo. man pleads guilty in 10-fatality Okla. wreck
2010/08/03   Murder conviction of mom reversed in California
2010/07/29   Judge delays injunction in Neb. immigration suits
2010/07/27   Goldman Allowed to Keep Issuing Securities
2010/07/20   Court grants bail to jailed ex-media mogul Black
2010/07/12   Self Representation Hurting Individual Cases, Courts, Say Judges
2010/06/28   Ore. trial court to reconsider $100M tobacco case
2010/06/21   Major Class Action Settlement Hung Up Over Legal Fees
2010/06/21   US court tosses protester's arrest at Liberty Bell
2010/06/14   Calif. high court to hear church's property appeal
2010/06/09   Ex-lawyer faces sentencing for Ponzi scheme
2010/05/28   US defends attending Sudan leader's inauguration
2010/05/24   China to frame its first immigration law to attract foreigners
2010/05/17   Trial for Chandra Levy slaying suspect stays in DC
2010/04/28   Ex-SEC lawyer gets 8 years for pump-and-dump fraud
2010/04/16   NY immigration agent pleads guilty to sex coercion
2010/02/28   Supreme Court scrutinizes state, local gun control
2010/02/25   Obama nominates Berkeley prof to appeals court
2010/02/22   State won't pay legal fees for computer lawsuit
2010/01/20   Samsung to pay Rambus $700 million in settlement
2010/01/06   Appellate court overturns Kickapoo conviction
2009/12/19   Supreme Court halts release of 2 murderers
2009/11/18   Guilty plea in Wash. shooting spree that killed 6
2009/11/02   Obama administration: Toss wiretap lawsuit
2009/10/26   Nokia’s lawsuit against Apple over iPhone likely a negotiating tactic over licensing fees
2009/10/02   Madoff trustee sues Madoff family for almost $200M
2009/08/28   ACLU Demands Info On DHS Computer Searches At Borders
2009/08/27   Veteran Says Mercenaries Shot Him In Iraq
2009/08/26   Former Prof Arrested, Accused of Taking 2 Guns Into Law Library
2009/08/26   Former Stanford Investment Advisers Push to Get Assets Unfrozen
2009/08/25   Class Claims Facebook Invades Privacy, Sells Personal Information
2009/08/24   Newly Released Documents Show Rehnquist's Private Side
2009/08/19   Asbestos Tests Must Continue
2009/08/17   Bogus 'Emergency' In Forest, Groups Say
2009/08/13   Texas Judge Orders Microsoft To Stop Selling Word In The US
2009/08/12   Top Madoff Aid Pleads Guilty
2009/08/06   Suspended Boston Cop Sues City
2009/07/30   11-Word Press Snippets Might Violate Copyright
2009/07/28   Sotomayor Running Out Of Potential GOP Support
2009/07/24   Lawyer Says LexisNexis Charges Sneaky Fees
2009/07/23   Student Athletes Sue NCAA For Profits From Their Images
2009/07/22   Mexican TV Can't Be Shown On US Internet
2009/07/21   One More Week For Sotomayor Vote
2009/07/20   Lawyers' Depresssion Soars During Recession
2009/06/17   John Hinckley Gets More Freedom
2009/05/29   Conrad Black Asks for Release from Prison
2009/05/26   Judge Sonia Sotomayor Accepts Nomination to Supreme Court
2009/05/14   US judge OKs $116M ruling in deadly terror attack
2009/05/07   Conservative Sessions leads court nomination fight
2009/04/28   Judge Upholds $100M Verdict for Mattel
2009/04/20   South Korean Blogger Acquitted
2009/04/17   Davis Polk Recruit Ex-SEC Aide
2009/04/16   18-month sentence for South Korean blogger
2009/04/15   El Segundo Ponzi Scheme Targets Latinos
2009/04/14   Tainted Chinese drywall shows up in Katrina homes
2009/04/11   Differing Views in GOP Voting
2009/04/09   Texas Court Upheld Civil Verdict
2009/03/04   CA Court to Rule Over Gay Marriage Ban
2009/02/20   US Demands 52,000 IDs from Swiss Banks
2009/02/10   Media Giants Forcing Smaller Guys Out
2009/01/27   Wrongfully convicted, man can't sue prosecutor
2009/01/20   ACLU Challenges Gov't Secrecy in the False Claims Act
2009/01/07   Hollywood Firm Dreier Trying to Sever Ties
2009/01/05   Holocaust Survivors' Class Action Dismissed
2008/12/29   Relatives mourn family slain in Santa shootings
2008/12/17   Internet gambling tycoon gives up $300M in plea
2008/12/16   Ill. gov. says ready to tell his side of scandal
2008/12/14   Oklahoma files appeal in poultry litter case
2008/12/02   Ill. corruption figure Rezko sentencing set Jan. 6
2008/08/25   RI gov, union back in court over health insurance
2008/08/23   Indictments to stand against DeLay associates
2008/05/05   N.Y. Judge Files $10 Million Defamation Suit
2008/04/04   Know Your Lawyer in Illinois
2008/03/27   Nominees Announced for 10TH Judicial Circuit
2008/03/20   State bar hears from Supreme Court candidates
2008/03/14   Kentucky Bar Association investigates two presidents-elect
2008/03/11   Lawyer who abandoned client suspended
2008/03/07   State Bar of Arizona to move Tucson regional office
2008/03/07   Minnesota Bars Beat Smoking Ban
2008/03/06   NJ State pays $250K to settle lawsuit
2008/03/06   Legislators get bar's ear on lawyer discipline
2008/03/06   A Key Case on Gun Control
2008/02/29   Notable California Trials
2008/02/23   Bar association moving to first permanent location
2008/02/22   Virginia Bar president considers attorney trust audits
2008/02/21   Drexel Law Gets Provisional Accreditation


Governor swears in newest Rhode Island state court judge
Headline Legal News | 2021/03/28 02:17
The newest judge to the Rhode Island Superior Court was sworn in Saturday.

Democratic Gov. Dan McKee presided over the swearing in of R. David Cruise, a longtime political operative and state senator, at the Boys & Girls Club location in Cumberland.

McKee, a former Cumberland mayor who has known Cruise for years, said in a statement that he’s an “honest, fair and thoughtful leader who brings decades of legal and government experience to the bench.”

Cruise is a former state senator and Cumberland town councilor. In recent years, he’s served as former Gov. Gina Raimondo’s director of legislative affairs, former administrative magistrate with the Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal and chief of staff to the Rhode Island Senate, among other posts, according to McKee’s office.

In the 1990s, Cruise worked in the commerce department under President Bill Clinton and chief of staff to former Governor Bruce Sundlun. In the 1980s, he was a state senator and before that served on the Cumberland Town Council.

Cruise, who graduated from Providence College and the Suffolk University School of Law, replaces former Superior Court Judge Bennett Gallo, who retired in February.

The Rhode Island Superior Court has 22 judges and five magistrates. It handles both civil and criminal matters.



Mississippi told to pay $500K to wrongfully imprisoned man
Headline Legal News | 2021/03/03 22:23
The Supreme Court appeared ready Tuesday to uphold voting restrictions in Arizona in a key case that could make it harder to challenge a raft of other voting measures Republicans have proposed following last year’s elections.

All six conservative justices, appointed by Republican presidents, suggested they would throw out an appellate ruling that struck down the restrictions as racially discriminatory under the landmark Voting Rights Act. The three liberal members of the courts, appointed by Democrats, were more sympathetic to the challengers.

Less clear is what standard the court might set for how to prove discrimination under the law, first enacted in 1965.  The outcome could make it harder, if not impossible, to use the Voting Rights Act to sue over measures making their way through dozens of Republican-controlled state legislatures that would make it more difficult to vote.

Civil rights group and Democrats, argue that the proposed restrictions would disproportionately affect minority voters, important Democratic constituencies.

Democrats in Congress, meanwhile, have proposed national legislation that would remove obstacles to voting erected in the name of election security.




India's top court suspends implementation of new farm laws
Headline Legal News | 2021/01/12 12:06
India’s top court on Tuesday temporarily put on hold the implementation of agricultural reform laws and ordered the creation of an independent committee of experts to negotiate with farmers who have been protesting against the legislation.

The Supreme Court's ruling came a day after it heard petitions filed by the farmers challenging the legislation. It said the laws were passed without enough consultation, and that it was disappointed with the way talks were proceeding between representatives of the government and farmers.

Tens of thousands of farmers protesting against the legislation have been blocking half a dozen major highways on the outskirts of New Delhi for more than 45 days. Farmers say they won’t leave until the government repeals the laws.

They say the legislation passed by Parliament in September will lead to the cartelization and commercialization of agriculture, make farmers vulnerable to corporate greed and devastate their earnings. The government insists the laws will benefit farmers and enable them to market their produce and boost production through private investment. Chief Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde said the independent committee of four experts would “amicably resolve” the standoff between the farmers and the government.
The court, however, did not provide details as to how it selected the committee experts.

Farmer unions rejected the idea of an expert committee and said all four members have publicly favored the contentious legislation. They reiterated their demand for the total repeal of the laws. A key union said the court’s decision to suspend the implementation of the legislation was welcome but “not a solution.” “The government must withdraw. It must understand that farmers and people of India are opposed to the laws,” the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee said.

During a virtual hearing on Monday, Bobde said the impasse was causing distress to farmers and the situation at the protest sites was only getting worse. “Each one of us will be responsible if anything goes wrong,” Bobde told India's attorney general, K.K. Venugopal, who was arguing for the government. The two sides have failed to make progress in multiple rounds of talks over the farmers’ main demand that the laws be scrapped. The government has ruled out withdrawing the laws, but says it could make some amendments.



Longtime Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Abrahamson dies
Headline Legal News | 2020/12/20 22:20
Shirley Abrahamson, the longest-serving Wisconsin Supreme Court justice in state history and the first woman to serve on the high court, has died. She was 87.

Abrahamson, who also served as chief justice for a record 19 years, died Saturday after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, her son Dan Abrahamson told The Associated Press on Sunday.

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said in a statement that Abrahamson had a “larger-than-life impact” on the state's legal profession and her legacy is defined “not just by being a first, but her life’s work of ensuring she would not be the last, paving and lighting the way for the many women and others who would come after her.”

Long recognized as a top legal scholar nationally and a leader among state judges, Abrahamson wrote more than 450 majority opinions and participated in more than 3,500 written decisions during her more than four decades on Wisconsin’s highest court. She retired in 2019 and moved to California to be closer with her family.

In 1993, then-President Bill Clinton considered putting her on the U.S. Supreme Court, and she was later profiled in the book, “Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia.”

She told the Wisconsin State Journal in 2006 that she enjoyed being on the court.

“It has a mix of sitting, reading and writing and thinking, which I enjoy doing. And it’s quiet. On the other hand, all of the problems I work on are real problems of real people, and it matters to them, and it matters to the state of Wisconsin. So that gives an edge to it, and a stress,” she said.

The New York City native, with the accent to prove it, graduated first in her class from Indiana University Law School in 1956, three years after her marriage to Seymour Abrahamson. The couple moved to Madison and her husband, a world-renowned geneticist, joined the University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty in 1961. He died in 2016.

She earned a law degree from UW-Madison in 1962, then worked as a professor and joined a Madison law firm, hired by the father of future Gov. Jim Doyle.

Appointed to the state's high court by then-Gov. Patrick Lucey in 1976, Abrahamson won reelection four times to 10-year terms, starting in 1979. She broke the record for longest-serving in justice in 2013, her 36th year on the court.

Abrahamson was in the majority when the court in 2005 allowed a boy to sue over lead paint injuries even though he could not prove which company made the product that sickened him — undoing decades of precedent and opening paint companies to lawsuits seeking damages.

But Abrahamson found herself in the minority on several high-profile cases later in her career, including in 2011, when the court upheld the law championed by Republican then-Gov. Scott Walker effectively ending public employee union rights, and again in 2015, when the court ended a politically charged investigation into Walker and conservative groups.

Abrahamson’s health began to fail in 2018, and she frequently missed court hearings. That May, she announced she wouldn’t run again in 2019, and in August, she revealed she has cancer.

Doyle, a former Wisconsin attorney general and two-term governor, called Abrahamson a pioneer and said he sought her advice when he first ran for Dane County district attorney in the 1970s. Doyle's father, who was a federal judge, gave Abrahamson her first job out of law school, Doyle said Sunday.


Judge Calls Trump Request in Wisconsin Lawsuit 'Bizarre'
Headline Legal News | 2020/12/05 20:32
A judge hearing President Donald Trump's federal lawsuit seeking to overturn Democrat Joe Biden's win in Wisconsin said Friday that the president's request to “remand” the case to the GOP-controlled Legislature to pick new electors was “bizarre.”

The federal case is one of two Trump has in Wisconsin making similar arguments. He filed another one in state court, which the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday refused to hear before it first goes through lower courts.

Hearings on both lawsuits were scheduled for Thursday, with the judges noting the importance of resolving the legal battles before the Electoral College meets on Dec. 14. Trump, who argues that hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots cast in accordance with state guidelines were illegal, wants a federal judge to give the Republican-controlled Legislature the power to determine who won the election.

“It’s a request for pretty remarkable declaratory relief," said U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig during a conference call to set deadlines and a hearing date. Ludwig, who said it was “an unusual case, obviously,” also cast doubt on whether a federal court should be considering it at all.

“I have a very, very hard time seeing how this is justiciable in the federal court,” Ludwig, a Trump appointee, said. “The request to remand this case to the Legislature almost strikes me as bizarre.”

The judge questioned why Trump wasn't going directly to the Legislature if he wants lawmakers to get involved with naming electors. Bill Bock, the Trump campaign attorney in the federal lawsuit, said Trump needed the court to rule that the election was “invalid" so the Legislature could get involved. He also said that the term “remand,” which is typically used to describe when one court sends a case to a lower court, was “inartful.”

Republican Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke cast serious doubt in the week on whether the Legislature might change the state's electors from Biden to Trump backers. Steineke tweeted a clip of actor Dana Carvey playing President George H.W. Bush saying, “Not gonna do it.”

In his state lawsuit, Trump is seeking to disqualify 221,000 ballots he claims were cast illegally. Judge Stephen Simanek, who is hearing that case after the Wisconsin Supreme Court refused to take it initially, said Friday he would rule from the bench following next week's hearing that's scheduled to start hours after the one in federal court.

The high court also declined Friday to hear a lawsuit brought by Wisconsin Voters Alliance over Trump's loss. Two others filed by Trump allies — one in federal court and one in state court — remain. Trump has lost multiple lawsuits in other battleground states as part of a longshot effort to overturn Biden's victory. Even if he were to prevail in Wisconsin, the state's 10 Electoral College votes would not be enough to hand him reelection.


Pennsylvania high court rejects lawsuit challenging election
Headline Legal News | 2020/11/29 22:27
Pennsylvania’s highest court on Saturday night threw out a lower court’s order preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests on its Nov. 3 election ballot in the latest lawsuit filed by Republicans attempting to thwart President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the battleground state.

The state Supreme Court, in a unanimous decision, threw out the three-day-old order, saying the underlying lawsuit was filed months after the expiration of a time limit in Pennsylvania’s expansive year-old mail-in voting law allowing for challenges to it.

Justices also remarked on the lawsuit’s staggering demand that an entire election be overturned retroactively. “They have failed to allege that even a single mail-in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted,” Justice David Wecht wrote in a concurring opinion.

The state’s attorney general, Democrat Josh Shapiro, called the court’s decision “another win for Democracy.”

President Donald Trump and his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, meanwhile, have repeatedly and baselessly claimed that Democrats falsified mail-in ballots to steal the election from Trump. Biden beat Trump by more than 80,000 votes in Pennsylvania, a state Trump had won in 2016.

The week-old lawsuit, led by Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly of northwestern Pennsylvania, had challenged the state’s mail-in voting law as unconstitutional.

As a remedy, Kelly and the other Republican plaintiffs had sought to either throw out the 2.5 million mail-in ballots submitted under the law — most of them by Democrats — or to wipe out the election results and direct the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature to pick Pennsylvania’s presidential electors.

In any case, that request — for the state’s lawmakers to pick Pennsylvania’s presidential electors — flies in the face of a nearly century-old state law that already grants the power to pick electors to the state’s popular vote, Wecht wrote.

While the high court’s two Republicans joined the five Democrats in opposing those remedies, they split from Democrats in suggesting that the lawsuit’s underlying claims — that the state’s mail-in voting law might violate the constitution — are worth considering.

Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia McCullough, elected as a Republican in 2009, had issued the order Wednesday to halt certification of any remaining contests, including apparently contests for Congress.

It did not appear to affect the presidential contest since a day earlier, Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, had certified Biden as the winner of the presidential election in Pennsylvania.

Wolf quickly appealed McCullough’s decision to the state Supreme Court, saying there was no “conceivable justification” for it.

The lawsuit’s dismissal comes after Republicans have lost a flurry of legal challenges brought by the Trump campaign and its GOP allies filed in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania.


Int'l court: Hezbollah member guilty in Lebanon ex-PM death
Headline Legal News | 2020/08/17 23:05
A U.N.-backed tribunal on Tuesday convicted one member of the Hezbollah militant group and acquitted three others of involvement in the 2005 assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.

The Special Tribunal for Lebanon said Salim Ayyash was guilty as a co-conspirator of five charges linked to his involvement in the suicide truck bombing. Hariri and 21 others were killed and 226 were wounded in a huge blast outside a seaside hotel in Beirut on Feb. 14, 2005.

However, after a years-long investigation and trial, three other Hezbollah members were acquitted of all charges that they also were involved in the killing of Hariri, which sent shock waves through the Mideast.

None of the suspects were ever arrested and were not in court to hear the verdicts.

The tribunal’s judges also said there was no evidence the leadership of the Hezbollah militant group and Syria were involved in the attack, despite saying the assassination happened as Harairi and his political allies were discussing calling for an “immediate and total withdrawal of Syrian forces from Lebanon,” Presiding Judge David Re said.

When launched in the wake of the attack, the tribunal raised hopes that for the first time in multiple instances of political violence in Lebanon, the truth of what happened would emerge and those responsible would be held to account.

But for many in Lebanon, the tribunal failed on both counts. Many of the suspects, including the man convicted Tuesday, are either dead or out of reach of justice. And the prosecution was unable to present a cohesive picture of the bombing plot or who ordered it.

The verdicts come at a particularly sensitive time for Lebanon, following the devastating explosion at the Port of Beirut two weeks ago, and as many in Lebanon are calling for an international investigation into that explosion.



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