561 entries in 'Legal Topics'
2021/09/20   Spain: Venezuelan spymaster loses court extradition dispute
2021/09/16   Minnesota Supreme Court defers ruling on Minneapolis police
2021/09/13   Australia’s High Court intervenes in police shooting trial
2021/09/08   Supreme Court hanging up phone, back to in-person arguments
2021/09/06   Court rules Catholic school wrongfully fired gay substitute
2021/08/30   Maryland’s highest court reviewing teen sniper’s life term
2021/08/26   Judge blocks photography ban in Georgia’s new election law
2021/08/20   Judge tells prison to seize Nassar’s money for victims
2021/08/18   US moves to cut backlog of asylum cases at US-Mexico border
2021/08/16   Holocaust researchers in Poland win libel case on appeal
2021/08/15   Federal judge leaves CDC evictions moratorium in place
2021/08/14   Trusted Advisors – Brownlie Hansen LLP
2021/08/11   Court tosses ruling against Pennsylvania COVID-19 measures
2021/08/09   Order: Mississippi judges have discretion for COVID safety
2021/07/30   Family Law Attorneys Website Design
2021/07/27   Woman convicted in kidnapping gets re-sentencing hearing
2021/07/26   Web Design for Sole Practitioners
2021/07/24   40-year sentence upheld for man who killed his roommate
2021/07/22   Bankruptcy proceedings can have long-term benefits
2021/07/12   Nepal’s Supreme Court reinstates dissolved lower house
2021/07/06   Court refuses appeal of ex-Cleveland cop who shot Tamir Rice
2021/07/02   Ruling is final blow to New Hampshire voter registration law
2021/06/30   Bill Cosby’s sex assault conviction overturned by court
2021/06/22   Bankruptcy is Just Filling Out Some Forms, Right?
2021/06/11   Court: Local Wisconsin heath departments can’t close schools
2021/06/09   Court nixes South Carolina’s lifelong sex offender registry
2021/06/07   Schumer recommending 2 voting rights lawyers to be judges
2021/05/30   Ruling: Missed court date in Washington does not imply guilt
2021/05/20   Brazil police probe environment minister over timber exports
2021/05/18   Most virus-related restrictions lifted for Kentucky courts
2021/05/14   Justices consider hearing a case on ‘most offensive word’
2021/03/30   Death penalty decision delayed in Rapid City murder trial
2021/02/22   Judge refuses to order remote access to New Hampshire House
2021/01/21   Woman accused of helping steal Pelosi laptop freed from jail
2020/12/27   China sentences lawyer who reported on outbreak to 4 years
2020/10/30   Supreme Court leaves NC absentee ballot deadline at Nov. 12
2020/09/30   Court to release grand jury record in Breonna Taylor case
2020/08/12   New Jersey's top court: Defendant must share phone passcodes
2020/08/08   Court lifts block on 4 Arkansas abortion restrictions
2020/07/07   Town court in southern Nevada closes due to coronavirus
2020/07/05   Supreme Court lifts ban on state aid to religious schooling
2020/06/04   Pandemic means a silent June at the Supreme Court
2020/05/14   Virus whistleblower tells lawmakers US lacks vaccine plan
2020/03/13   Australia’s High Court hears what may be Pell’s last appeal
2020/01/22   Court takes another look at Native American adoption law
2019/12/05   Court to consider bathroom use by transgender student
2019/11/20   Ohio Supreme Court keeps camera challenge alive
2019/11/02   Georgia high court affirms dismissal of election challenge
2019/10/09   Alaska Supreme Court to Hear Youths’ Climate Change Lawsuit
2019/10/03   Ohio counties tell court: Don’t let state stop opioid trial
2019/08/17   Appeals court expands minor leaguers salary lawsuit
2019/08/17   Court: US can reject asylum along parts of Mexico border
2019/07/24   Supreme Court: Trump can use Pentagon funds for border wall
2019/06/14   Brazil's supreme court votes to make homophobia a crime
2019/06/11   Former FIFA official to challenge life ban at sports court
2019/06/11   Supreme Court sides with Alabama company in patent dispute
2019/06/05   US court weighs if climate change violates children’s rights
2019/05/16   Feds: US Supreme Court should turn down 'Bridgegate' appeal
2019/05/07   A loophole could keep young terror suspects out of US courts
2019/05/03   Trump, GOP states ask appeals court to kill ‘Obamacare’
2019/04/13   Texas’ high court keeps execution drug supplier secret
2019/03/18   Supreme Court to consider Louisiana's non-unanimous juries
2019/03/11   Ohio Republicans defending state congressional map in court
2019/03/11   Case about indigent drivers and drivers' licenses in court
2019/02/26   Court upholds car rental tax imposed in Maricopa County
2019/01/18   Florida school shooting suspect due back in court
2019/01/13   DeSantis picks female Cuban-American for state's high court
2019/01/10   Kansas abortion foes brace for state Supreme Court decision
2018/12/25   Cancer the latest health woe for resilient Justice Ginsburg
2018/12/19   Colorado baker returns to court over 2nd LGBT bias allegation
2018/12/03   High court seems to lean against West Virginia in tax case
2018/11/29   Supreme Court sends bar fees case back for further look
2018/11/23   No holiday respite for Trump's criticism of nation's courts
2018/11/03   Heated congressional, court races on Arkansas midterm ballot
2018/11/02   Supreme Court agrees to hear Maryland cross memorial case
2018/10/29   N Carolina justices to take case on Court of Appeals number
2018/10/23   Virginia top court to hear 'unrestorably incompetent' case
2018/10/10   Top French court to rule on faulty breast implant scandal
2018/10/05   Massachusetts high court to weigh teen texting suicide case
2018/10/01   US Supreme Court declines to hear Drew Peterson's appeal
2018/09/23   Egypt court sentences 65 people over 2013 violence
2018/09/15   Juvenile waived to adult court in Indy doctor's slaying
2018/09/11   Audit: West Virginia Supreme Court skirted pay law
2018/09/06   Senator asks court to declare Duterte arrest order illegal
2018/09/05   Louisiana Supreme Court upholds life sentence in beating
2018/09/02   UN court hears case over strategic Indian Ocean islands
2018/08/28   Iran goes to UN's highest court over re-imposed US sanctions
2018/08/06   Filing period opens for West Virginia Supreme Court seat
2018/08/05   Oklahoma lawsuit against opioid makers back in state court
2018/07/31   Court: Mud buggy race operators weren't negligent in crash
2018/07/23   Judge, calm in court, takes hard line on splitting families
2018/07/22   State Supreme Court returns stalking case to lower court
2018/07/09   Hawaii Supreme Court sides with lesbian couple in B&B case
2018/07/03   Trump has 2 or 3 more candidates to interview for court
2018/06/17   Kentucky high court: Death penalty IQ law unconstitutional
2018/06/15   NY high court nixes Trump's bid to delay defamation suit
2018/05/22   Supreme Court allows Arkansas to enforce abortion restrictions
2018/05/05   Court to hear challenge to Winona County's sand mining ban
2018/04/26   Supreme Court to hear appeal of Missouri death row inmate
2018/04/17   Question of sales tax on online purchases goes to high court
2018/04/10   Singer Cliff Richard's case against BBC begins in High Court
2018/03/07   Court fight over, founding papers of AA to go up for auction
2018/03/01   Brazil court largely upholds law that some fear hurts Amazon
2018/03/01   High court: Held immigrants can't get periodic bond hearings
2018/02/13   GOP to take new congressional map to court
2018/02/11   Wisconsin Supreme Court primary will leave just two
2018/02/03   Judge admonishes victims' dad who charged at Nassar in court
2018/02/01   Court error unmasks person of interest in Las Vegas massacre
2018/01/26   Analysis: Outside groups may factor in Arkansas court race
2018/01/21   Court rules that Kushner firm must disclose partners' names
2018/01/14   Court: Yes, there is doctor-patient confidentiality
2018/01/07   Court extends halt in Louisiana executions after judge dies
2017/12/18   Myanmar court extends detention for 2 Reuters reporters
2017/10/17   Lawyers want Supreme Court to block Texas from executing man
2017/10/12   Ex-SKorea leader Park complains about extension of detention
2017/10/08   Bosnian court acquits ex-Srebrenica commander of war crimes
2017/10/03   Supreme Court says Alabama execution can proceed
2017/10/01   Man who killed NFL star's son taking case to high court
2017/09/27   Uber in London court in employment case
2017/09/11   Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg is set speak in Chicago
2017/09/04   S. Indiana city's mayor defends rental ordinance in court
2017/08/31   Court: Cherokee Freedmen have right to tribal citizenship
2017/08/21   Nevada pot regulators back in court as supplies dwindle
2017/07/16   Federal court's agenda has topics that draw Trump's ire
2017/07/13   Man charged with killing Maine couple on Christmas in court
2017/07/09   Indiana high court to rule on Lake Michigan beach ownership
2017/07/03   Abduction suspect makes first appearance in court
2017/06/30   More court challenges expected for Trump's new travel ban
2017/06/28   Case of gay couple's wedding cake heads to Supreme Court
2017/06/27   Supreme Court term ended much different than it began
2017/06/25   Supreme Court agrees to take up Colorado gay wedding case
2017/06/20   Ronaldo summoned to court, Mourinho accused of tax fraud
2017/06/17   After jury deadlocks, Bill Cosby faces 2nd sex assault trial
2017/06/09   The Latest: Suspect in 36 fire deaths appears in court
2017/06/04   Philippine lawmakers ask top court to nullify martial law
2017/06/03   Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch: Rule of law 'a blessing'
2017/05/22   Family of Colorado man killed by police settles lawsuit
2017/04/24   High court won't hear appeal over CIA torture report
2017/04/20   Conservatives fault Arkansas court for halting executions
2017/04/19   Pakistan court to decide on accusations against PM's family
2017/04/12   Court: Banned Dartmouth fraternity can't live in house
2017/04/07   New Ohio lethal injection process rejected by appeals court
2017/03/30   Nicaragua high court denies farmers' appeal of canal project
2017/03/22   Court: Sex offender can challenge internet restrictions
2017/03/03   High court ruling could reshape Virginia political map
2017/02/24   High court ruling limits international reach of patent laws
2017/02/14   Court: Police executing 'no-knock' warrant before shooting
2017/02/04   Missouri death row inmate appeals to US Supreme Court
2017/01/25   Greek court rejects extradition for Turkish servicemen
2017/01/23   Kyrgyz court confirms life sentence for journalist
2017/01/08   Circus operator agrees to plea deal in tent collapse
2017/01/08   South Korean executives jailed for humidifier cleaner deaths
2016/12/06   Court: Star Chinese investor pleads guilty in stock case
2016/11/27   Turkey: court asked to drop case against Israeli officials
2016/11/20   Justice Thomas: Honor Scalia by reining in government
2016/11/04   UK court brings Brexit plans screeching to halt
2016/11/01   Kansas high court justices defend handling of capital cases
2016/10/18   Court hearing on potential Ontario ban of Indians name, logo
2016/10/14   Court enters default judgment in Kansas voting rights case
2016/10/04   Oklahoma Supreme Court invalidates law restricting abortion
2016/09/21   Bosnian Serbs vote in referendum banned by top court
2016/09/06   Mexico's Supreme Court overturns state anti-corruption laws
2016/08/27   Egypt court releases lawyer who defied president
2016/08/02   Former Virginia first lady asks court to vacate convictions
2016/07/28   Court reinstates rape charges despite delay in indictment
2016/07/15   Court blocks prosecutors from seizing emails stored overseas
2016/05/30   Egypt military court sentences 8 to death
2016/05/07   Spanish court seeks arrest of Putin-linked Russians
2016/05/02   Court in Russia-annexed Crimea bans Tatar assembly
2016/04/25   High court won't step into Mich. dispute over harness racing
2016/04/22   Federal lawyer gets 30 days for forging document
2016/04/21   Court document: Newtown teacher carried loaded gun in school
2016/04/01   Supreme Court's future hangs in the balance in 2016
2016/03/28   Clinton: Americans should put Court nomination at forefront
2016/02/23   Connecticut's top court hears Kennedy cousin murder case
2016/02/20   Man recounts harrowing Uber ride with Kalamazoo suspect
2016/02/14   Supreme Court scuffle triggers constitutional clash
2016/01/28   Court to weigh practice of Christian prayers at meetings
2016/01/19   Court overturns tobacco company victory over FDA on menthols
2015/11/30   High Court rules against Northern Ireland's abortion law
2015/11/26   Appeals court: EPA chief doesn't have to give deposition
2015/11/21   Detroit-area ex-officer found guilty in videotaped beating
2015/11/20   Perry's indictment in hands of top Texas criminal court
2015/11/04   Supreme Court considers if Pistorius guilty of murder
2015/10/19   Federal court programs aim to keep defendants out of prison
2015/10/09   Suspect in some Phoenix freeway shootings pleads not guilty
2015/10/01   Court strikes down possible payments to college athletes
2015/09/26   Court tosses Chicago inmate's $10M suit for escape
2015/09/24   Indiana's high court to consider State Fair stage collapse
2015/09/18   Religious clerks in Kentucky follow law, but see conflict
2015/09/10   Idaho high court upholds law banning horse racing terminals
2015/09/04   Court: Transgender asylum seekers can't be equated with gays
2015/08/15   Court fines Washington state over education funding
2015/08/10   Inmate challenge to death sentence goes back to trial court
2015/07/29   Appeals court: Kansas abortion opponent must stand trial
2015/07/16   Marijuana opponents using racketeering law to fight industry
2015/07/14   Penn State ex-officials' case heads to appeals court hearing
2015/07/09   Religious beliefs, gay rights clash in court case over cake
2015/07/06   Michael Jackson’s doctor pleads not guilty
2015/07/05   Legal public nudity; cattle rustling; sheriff pays tax
2015/07/01   In Supreme Court loss, death penalty foes see an opening
2015/06/24   French court rules police illegally targeted minorities
2015/06/22   Man pleads guilty to charge over noose on Ole Miss statue
2015/06/13   Court says net neutrality rules will go into effect Friday
2015/06/07   Egypt court sentences 11 to death over 2012 soccer riot
2015/05/14   Appeals court skeptical of fairness of trader's conviction
2014/11/18   Appeals court rules against imprisoned American
2014/11/11   Italian court deliberating appeal in quake trial
2014/10/30   Appeals court in Va. reviewing NC abortion law
2014/10/28   Court in Va. examines death row isolation policy
2014/10/22   Court justice suspended over role in porn scandal
2014/10/20   Writers object after UK court bans abuse memoir
2014/09/29   Case of American jailed in Cuba back in US court
2014/09/29   Court-martial for Missouri drill sergeant resumes
2014/09/22   Case of American jailed in Cuba back in US court
2014/09/09   Court: IURC erred in approving Duke fee hike
2014/09/01   Chris Brown due back in DC court for plea hearing
2014/08/28   Guilty plea in California meat recall case
2014/08/19   Brazil's Supreme Court elects new president
2014/08/13   Court considers if executioners can be named
2014/08/06   Court: Caregivers can't sue Alzheimer's patients
2014/08/06   Court hearing gay marriage arguments from 4 states
2014/07/29   German court receives suit against EU bank union
2014/07/29   Brown appoints legal affairs aide to appeals court
2014/07/22   Montana court sends wind farm clash to California
2014/07/08   California high court tosses death penalty
2014/06/03   Court gives OJ lawyers a week to resubmit appeal
2014/05/23   Justice Dept. to Reveal Drone Memo
2014/05/09   Oklahoma court agrees to 6-month stay of execution
2014/05/02   3 men guilty on all counts in teens' slaying
2014/04/25   Court revives lawsuit vs. state Medicaid expansion
2014/04/21   Court declines to block drug ruling in patent case
2014/04/17   GM to ask bankruptcy court for lawsuit protection
2014/04/08   Court rejects early appeal of surveillance ruling
2014/04/03   High court voids overall contribution limits
2014/03/28   US appeals court upholds new Texas abortion rules
2014/03/17   Lawsuit says California mortgage money mishandled
2014/03/10   Man pleads guilty to sea cucumber smuggling charge
2014/03/07   Fla. high court: Immigrant can't get law license
2014/03/05   Court weighs securities fraud class-action cases
2014/02/28   Court: School ban of US flag shirts allowed
2014/02/24   Court: Spain can extradite Liberty Reserve founder
2014/02/18   Appeals court reinstates BP shareholders' lawsuit
2014/02/13   Ky. high court to hear death penalty appeal
2014/02/10   Farmer pleads guilty in pot growing scheme
2014/02/10   Lawyers for Boston Marathon suspect due in court
2014/02/07   Case challenging gay-marriage ban heard in Va.
2014/01/30   Viacom, Fox want to run anti-smoking ads too
2014/01/27   High court rules against steelworkers' claim
2014/01/20   Court: Bloggers have First Amendment protections
2014/01/16   Court: Feds can target California pot clinics
2014/01/13   Chile's top court rules against coal-fired complex
2014/01/10   Court: Lawmakers must expedite education funding
2014/01/06   Pa. monsignor due in court after leaving prison
2014/01/02   Serial rapist Coe appeals confinement in US court
2013/12/20   Hearing: Which court should hear coastal lawsuit?
2013/12/16   $15 SeaTac minimum wage challenged in court
2013/12/09   New Calif. court date set for ex-Nevada lawmaker
2013/12/05   LA airport shooting suspect appears in court
2013/11/25   Appeals court won't toss NYC stop-frisk rulings
2013/11/22   Republicans block nominee to key appeals court
2013/11/22   International court summit debates Africa issues
2013/11/19   Russian court: Greenpeace activist to stay in jail
2013/11/11   High court reverses pot conviction over evidence
2013/11/04   Planned Parenthood Asks Supreme Court's Help In Texas
2013/11/04   Court-martial date set in Naval Academy case
2013/10/29   Ride operator appears in court on NC fair injuries
2013/10/14   High court weighs Mich. ban on affirmative action
2013/10/04   Spanish court convicts 53 in corruption trial
2013/09/30   Federal court reverses man's murder conviction
2013/09/09   NM court to hear case over educator pension cuts
2013/09/04   Custody dispute goes to Okla. Supreme Court
2013/08/29   Ind. high court to hear eminent domain lawsuit
2013/08/12   Ore. appeals court reverses sex abuse conviction
2013/08/05   US court: Pa. school can't ban 'boobies' bracelets
2013/07/23   Arizona high court to hear school funding case
2013/07/09   NJ court overturns award for view lost to dune
2013/07/02   Court: No class-action status in Google book case
2013/06/25   High court to review immigration dispute
2013/06/13   Court says human genes cannot be patented
2013/06/05   Court OKs Class-action Suit Over Apartment Leases
2013/06/01   Court Upholds Rifle Sales Reporting Requirement
2013/05/28   Court stays out of Planned Parenthood funding case
2013/05/25   Court denies second hearing on Medi-Cal rate cut
2013/05/23   Judge OKs class-action settlement over Skechers
2013/04/01   Court: EPA can stop some power plant modifications
2013/03/01   SC court nixes James Brown estate settlement
2013/01/17   Djokovic back on his favorite court in Australia
2012/10/13   The Rosen Law Firm Announces Securities Class Action
2012/08/24   Appeals court removes key civil service protection
2012/06/21   Use new drug sentencing law in crack cases
2012/06/14   UK top court rejects Assange bid to reopen case
2012/06/12   Feds and Florida headed to court over voter purge
2012/06/04   Ind. taxpayers lose high court fight over refunds
2012/05/14   Court won't hear appeals from Bulger victim family
2012/05/12   Court won't consider giving man new trial
2012/05/01   Lawyer enters not guilty plea for shooting suspect
2012/04/30   High court's stance could spur immigration laws
2012/04/18   Breivik wants death penalty or acquittal
2012/04/17   Court Rules For Private Lawyer Hired By CA City
2012/03/12   Justice Dept opposes Texas voter ID law
2012/02/24   Appeals court tosses Armenian payments law
2012/02/13   Student bra search case goes to NC Supreme Court
2012/02/08   BofA investor lawsuit wins class-action status
2012/02/06   Ga. court overturns assisted suicide restrictions
2012/01/27   US Supreme Court won't review Venezuela suit
2012/01/23   Court overturns Calif. slaughterhouse law
2012/01/21   Court throws out judge-drawn Texas electoral maps
2012/01/16   Perry appeals judge's ruling on Va. primary ballot
2012/01/12   Md. man's leave lawsuit lands in Supreme Court
2012/01/10   Appeals court says Texas can enforce abortion law
2012/01/09   Seyfarth Shaw's Workplace Class Action Litigation Report
2012/01/08   High court backs foreign campaign contribution ban
2012/01/05   CA court to mull expiration date for clergy abuse
2012/01/04   Ecuador court upholds ruling against Chevron
2012/01/02   MT court restores corporate campaign spending ban
2011/12/30   Calif officials seek redevelopment compromise
2011/12/17   Suspect's lawyer describes Minn. courthouse attack
2011/12/12   Court: Can lawsuit against casino go forward?
2011/12/11   Saxena White P.A. Files a Securities Fraud Class Action
2011/12/10   Appeals court affirms Petters conviction, sentence
2011/12/08   Ark. court affirms $50M verdict for rice farmers
2011/12/06   Bank of America settles mortgage suit for $315 mln
2011/12/05   Court: State prisoners count at home in redistricting
2011/12/01   Farmers Insurance Settles Class Action Lawsuit
2011/11/29   LA protesters defy eviction efforts, go to court
2011/11/29   US court won't block its Texas redistricting map
2011/11/28   Utah-to-Boston passenger denies child porn charge
2011/11/16   NY federal appeals court reverses Bruno conviction
2011/11/14   Russia court rejects $16 billion claim against BP
2011/11/11   Govt asks justices to stay out of immigration case
2011/11/08   Court upholds conviction in Pa. murder case
2011/11/07   Court: Fla. must weigh arbitration in Madoff case
2011/10/31   Court sidesteps Connecticut student speech case
2011/10/26   PETA lawsuit seeks to expand animal rights
2011/10/22   Mom pleads guilty to forcing beer on children
2011/10/21   Court orders new trial for convicted Cass County killer
2011/10/17   Court to hear bid to sue Shell for Nigerian abuses
2011/10/11   Airline attack suspect sought martyrdom
2011/10/06   Alberto Gonzales joins Nashville law firm
2011/10/05   Ga. ban on guns in places of worship before court
2011/10/03   Mass. man charged in terror plot pleads not guilty
2011/10/02   US soldier found not guilty in contractor death
2011/09/26   Appeals court hears challenge to health care law
2011/09/09   W.Va. lawyer nominated to federal appeals court
2011/09/01   Colombia court reinstates conviction in Galan hit
2011/08/30   Court to hear appeal over medicating Loughner
2011/08/30   Court approves Harry and David reorganization plan
2011/08/24   Court asked to stop immigrant license checks
2011/08/23   Prosecutors: Blagojevich convictions should stand
2011/08/15   White House criticizes court's health care ruling
2011/08/15   Calif Supreme Court says threats must be serious
2011/08/14   Appeals court strikes health insurance requirement
2011/08/11   Lawyer: NJ student didn't mean to spy on roommate
2011/08/09   Court rules firing of NJ casino dealer unlawful
2011/08/03   Buffalo city lawmakers irked by law firm's TV ad
2011/08/01   Layoffs loom in Ala. court clerks' offices
2011/08/01   NJ high court to rule in case of retired judge
2011/07/25   Calif county drafting solar-ag compatibility law
2011/07/25   Judge wants agency to investigate Meijer lawyer
2011/07/06   Defendant in 4 Calif. killings now wants lawyer
2011/07/04   Mich. man sues, wants Chevron stock at '04 price
2011/06/25   Toyota class action suit to start with Utah case
2011/06/17   Strauss-Kahn said he had diplomatic immunity
2011/06/11   Fed proposes expanding capital reviews to 35 banks
2011/06/07   Lawyer: Baseline Killer suspect a 'ravenous wolf'
2011/06/07   Senate confirms Obama lawyer as solicitor general
2011/06/02   NJ mom accused of starving child pleads not guilty
2011/05/21   Head of Delaware Business Court Joining Law Firm
2011/05/17   Court lets Minn. corporate disclosure law stand
2011/05/16   Police investigate threats to Indiana Supreme Court
2011/05/12   Denver appeals court weighs military impostor law
2011/05/11   Raided pot providers sue government
2011/05/07   Judge dismisses EA from NCAA antitrust lawsuit
2011/05/05   States ask US court to overturn health overhaul
2011/04/28   Kan. House debates forcing lawsuit over casino
2011/04/18   Treasury risks overpaying law firms
2011/04/18   Court turns down appeal in murder plot case
2011/04/10   Court ruling could mean NJ budget scramble
2011/04/06   Louisiana to get $12M in Health Net case
2011/03/21   Former Secretary of State Warren Christopher dies
2011/03/11   Mississippi high court upholds price-gouging law
2011/02/18   Father of music group members pleads guilty
2011/01/25   Journal seeks to end ban on Medicare data
2011/01/17   Court won't hear appeal from NY couple
2011/01/13   NJ Supreme Court Justice limits protest
2011/01/05   Court blocks EPA plan to take over permits
2011/01/03   Federal court denies stay for Texas in EPA case
2010/12/20   What will the big new tax law mean for you?
2010/11/29   Lawyer: Emanuel broke Chicago mayor residency rule
2010/11/29   Police: Pa. couple hid 5 children from society
2010/11/03   WA voters say no to state income tax Initiative 1098
2010/11/03   Calif. voters give Brown a return trip as governor
2010/11/03   Iowans vote to oust all three Supreme Court justices
2010/10/25   MPs ordered back to work by Iraq's Supreme Court
2010/10/04   Court won't get into battle between 2 USCs
2010/09/22   SEC Has Toughened Enforcement Efforts, Agency Says
2010/09/16   Defendant pleads guilty in NJ in $880M fraud case
2010/09/09   Officials rescue 37 immigrants from Calif. house
2010/09/02   Court won't force Calif officials to defend Prop 8
2010/08/30   Thousands sign on for $10 billion BP suit
2010/08/23   Ruling overturning Prop 8 shaped for higher courts?
2010/08/17   DUI Life Sentence Stirs Debate About Alcoholism
2010/08/09   Nun's death rallies anti-immigration forces
2010/07/29   Feds oppose merger of immigration law challenges
2010/07/27   N.J. gay-marriage case must begin in lower court
2010/07/12   Judicial Vacancies Slow the Wheels of Justice
2010/06/28   US top court extends gun rights to states, cities
2010/06/28   Court to hear Arizona immigration law challenge
2010/06/14   Jackson doctor fighting to keep medical license
2010/06/09   Former Twin Cities lawyer pleads guilty of cheating firm
2010/05/29   Weinberg Law Firm - Dallas Employment Law
2010/05/29   Stevens denies Blagojevich request for delay
2010/05/24   As immigration fades, Emanuel role under scrutiny
2010/05/17   Starbucks Sued over "Unreasonably" Hot Tea
2010/05/03   WilmerHale moving support staff to Ohio
2010/05/03   Court won't hear appeal on Boy Scouts land rental
2010/04/28   Howrey law firm shifts pay, development of entry-level attorneys
2010/04/19   Poll: 4 out of 5 Americans don't trust Washington
2010/04/18   NY judge prefers open records in Sept. 11 cases
2010/04/12   Ex-NJ lawmaker pleads guilty in child porn case
2010/02/25   Oklahoma City hires private law firm for union talks
2010/02/09   New SEC-Bank of America settlement proposal faulted
2010/01/31   WaMu shareholders get their voice in bankruptcy
2010/01/06   NM Supreme Court orders arrest records expunged
2009/12/29   NYC victim's mom: EMTs were 'inhuman' not to help
2009/12/24   Kansas gov to propose tobacco tax increase in 2010
2009/12/23   Lingle: Use hotel tax money for state budget
2009/12/22   Pittsburgh won't tax tuition; nonprofits to donate
2009/12/16   Bill would give undocumented legal status
2009/12/09   Burglars hit offices of Blagojevich's legal team
2009/12/07   Lawsuit says ads in social games are scamming players
2009/11/18   Court again upholds Fla. homeowner tax breaks
2009/11/18   Fla. lawyer suspected in $1B fraud losing license
2009/10/12   Chavez says Obama did "nothing" to deserve Nobel
2009/10/02   Obama's nominees for federal court vacancies
2009/09/08   Justices Meet Early for Campaign-Finance Case
2009/09/01   Former Miss California Sues For Religious Discrimination
2009/08/31   Disney Will Buy Marvel Comics
2009/08/21   Corporate Partner Louis Lehot Expands
2009/08/20   3rd Circuit Appeal Challenges Judge's Outside Research In Bench Trial
2009/08/18   Split Supreme Court Orders Review Of Death Row Inmate's Claims That Witnesses Recanted Testimony
2009/08/14   Redbox Says Fox Is Trying to Kill It
2009/08/11   Class Claims Insurers Cancel Just As Hurricane Season Begins
2009/08/10   Watchdogs Sue Kellogg's Over Cereal Ads
2009/08/07   Judge Tosses Budweiser Buyout Class Action
2009/08/05   Battle Lines Set, Senate Debates Sotomayor
2009/08/04   Google Rebounds In AdWords Lawsuits
2009/08/03   State Police Arrest Pittsburgh Man For DWI
2009/08/03   Record Companies, RIAA Prevail In Music Downloading Trial
2009/08/02   Sahara Sued By EEOC For National Origin Harassment And Retaliation
2009/08/02   Survey: Workplace Sexual Harassment Complaints Rise
2009/08/02   When Jaundice Leads To Brain Injury
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Spain: Venezuelan spymaster loses court extradition dispute
Legal Topics | 2021/09/20 18:17
Spain’s Supreme Court refused Monday to suspend a government decision allowing a former Venezuelan spymaster to be extradited to the United States.

Lawyers for Gen. Hugo Carvajal, who for over a decade was late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez’s eyes and ears in the Venezuelan military, asked the court to put the Spanish government decision — taken 18 months ago — on hold.

But the Supreme Court said in its written decision that Carvajal had presented no new arguments against the government decision, which he had already opposed at the court in May last year.

Carvajal’s extradition procedure is currently on hold at the National Court, after he filed a request for asylum in Spain.

Nicknamed “El Pollo,′ or “The Chicken”, Carvajal was arrested Sept. 9 in a small apartment in Madrid, where he had been holed up for months. His arrest came nearly two years after Carvajal defied a Spanish extradition order and disappeared.

In the United States, he faces federal charges for allegedly working with guerrillas from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia to “flood” the U.S. with cocaine.


Minnesota Supreme Court defers ruling on Minneapolis police
Legal Topics | 2021/09/16 17:13
The Minnesota Supreme Court issued a narrow ruling Thursday in the fight over a ballot question about the future of policing in Minneapolis, but it didn’t settle the bigger question of whether the public will get to vote on the issue.

Chief Justice Lorie Gildea’s ruling lifted a small part of a lower court’s order that rejected the ballot language approved by the City Council, saying that elections officials don’t have to include notes with ballots instructing people not to vote on the question and that any votes won’t be counted.

The order didn’t address the main issue in dispute — whether voters will get to decide on a proposed charter amendment that would replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a new Department of Public Safety that “could include” police officers “if necessary.”

The proposal has its roots in the “defund the police” movement that gained steam after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody last summer, but it leaves critical details about the new agency to be determined later.

The Supreme Court was under pressure to rule quickly because early and absentee voting opens Friday in the Minneapolis municipal elections, and ballots have already been printed.

Terrance Moore, an attorney for the Yes 4 Minneapolis campaign, which spearheaded the proposal, said he expects a ruling on the bigger question to come at some point later. The city attorney’s office agreed that the high court has yet to rule on the main issues.

Joe Anthony, an attorney for former City Council member Don Samuels and two other people who challenged the ballot language as misleading, called the order “a little mysterious.” He noted the lower court injunction barring counting and reporting votes was left in place, at least for the moment. There are a few possibilities for what could happen next, he said, including the Supreme Court taking time for fuller arguments, then deciding by Nov. 2 whether the votes cast would count.


Australia’s High Court intervenes in police shooting trial
Legal Topics | 2021/09/13 12:38
Australia’s highest court on Friday agreed to hear a challenge to a police officer using his law enforcement job as a defense against a charge of murdering an Indigenous man.

Constable Zachary Rolfe could become the first police officer to be convicted in Australia of unlawfully killing an Indigenous person.

Rolfe shot Kumanjayi Walker three times in a bedroom of his family home in the central Australian Indigenous township of Yuendumu during an attempted arrest on Nov. 9, 2019.

Walker had stabbed Rolfe with a pair of scissors during a struggle. The murder charge relates to the second and third shots that killed the 19-year-old and that prosecutors allege were unnecessary.

Three High Court judges on Friday agreed to hear a challenge by prosecutors to the Northern Territory Supreme Court’s interpretation of defenses available to Rolfe.

Five Supreme Court judges found that Rolfe could claim immunity from criminal liability under a law that protects police officers acting “in good faith in the performance or purported performance” of law enforcement duties.

The judges ruled that a jury should decide whether Rolfe’s actions fitted the criteria of the immunity clause.

But prosecutors had argued that that defense should not be available to Rolfe.

Body-cam footage allegedly recorded Rolfe explain that he fired the fatal shots to prevent his partner Constable Adam Eberl from being stabbed.

Prosecutors argued that because Rolfe was protecting Eberl, he was no longer trying to arrest Walker and was therefore not indemnified by the Northern Territory Police Administration Act.

Prosecutor Philip Strickland told the three High Court judges on Friday that if their court did not decide the indemnity question, Rolfe could be acquitted on an incorrect interpretation of the law.


Supreme Court hanging up phone, back to in-person arguments
Legal Topics | 2021/09/08 17:54
The justices are putting the “court” back in Supreme Court. The high court announced Wednesday that the justices plan to return to their majestic, marble courtroom for arguments beginning in October, more than a year and a half after the in-person sessions were halted because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The justices had been hearing cases by phone during the pandemic but are currently on their summer break. The court said that oral arguments scheduled for October, November and December will be in the courtroom but that: “Out of concern for the health and safety of the public and Supreme Court employees, the Courtroom sessions will not be open to the public.”

“The Court will continue to closely monitor public health guidance in determining plans,” the announcement said.

The court said that while lawyers will no longer argue by telephone, the public will continue to be able to hear the arguments live. Only the justices, essential court personnel, lawyers in the cases being argued and journalists who cover the court full-time will be allowed in the courtroom. The court that returns to the bench is significantly different from the one that left it.

When the justices last sat together on the bench at their neoclassical building across the street from the U.S. Capitol on March 9, 2020, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the court’s most senior liberal and conservatives held a narrow 5-4 majority. But Ginsburg died in September 2020, and her replacement by conservative Amy Coney Barrett in the final days of the Trump administration has given conservatives a significant 6-3 majority.

Because of the pandemic, Barrett has yet to be part of a traditional courtroom argument, with the justices asking questions of lawyers in rapid succession, jockeying for an opening to ask what’s on their minds. The arguments the court heard by telephone were more predictable and polite, with the justices taking turns asking questions, one by one, in order of seniority. That often meant the arguments went longer than their scheduled hour.

It also meant that lawyers and the public heard from the previously reticent Justice Clarence Thomas in every telephone argument. Before the pandemic Thomas routinely went years without speaking during arguments and had said he doesn’t like his colleagues’ practice of rapid-fire questioning that cuts off attorneys. “I don’t see where that advances anything,” he said in 2012.

One change from the remote arguments will stay for now. The justices said they will continue their practice during the pandemic of allowing audio of oral arguments to be broadcast live by the news media. Before the pandemic, the court would only very occasionally allow live audio of arguments in particularly high profile cases.

That meant that the only people who heard the arguments live were the small number of people in the courtroom. The court releases a transcript of the arguments on the same day but, before the pandemic, only posted the audio on its website days after.


Court rules Catholic school wrongfully fired gay substitute
Legal Topics | 2021/09/06 21:28
A gay substitute teacher was wrongfully fired by a Roman Catholic school in North Carolina after he announced in 2014 on social media that he was going to marry his longtime partner, a federal judge has ruled.

U.S. District Judge Max Cogburn ruled Friday that Charlotte Catholic High School and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Charlotte violated Lonnie Billard’s federal protections against sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Cogburn granted summary judgment to Billard and said a trial must still be held to determine appropriate relief for him.

“After all this time, I have a sense of relief and a sense of vindication. I wish I could have remained to teach all this time,” Billard said in a statement released Friday by the ACLU, which represented him in court. “Today’s decision validates that I did nothing wrong by being a gay man.”

Billard taught English and drama full-time at the school for more than a decade, earning its Teacher of the Year award in 2012. He then transitioned to a role as a regular substitute teacher, typically working more than a dozen weeks per year, according to his 2017 lawsuit.

He posted about his upcoming wedding in October 2014 and was informed by an assistant principal several weeks later that he no longer had a job with the school, according to the ruling.

The defendants said that they fired Billard not because he was gay, but rather because “he engaged in ‘advocacy’ that went against the Catholic Church’s beliefs” when he publicly announced he was marrying another man, the ruling said.

But Cogburn ruled that the school’s action didn’t fit into exemptions to labor law that give religious institutions leeway to require certain employees to adhere to religious teachings, nor was the school’s action protected by constitutional rights to religious freedom.


Maryland’s highest court reviewing teen sniper’s life term
Legal Topics | 2021/08/30 00:50
Maryland’s highest court has agreed to take up the case of Lee Boyd Malvo, who is serving life in prison for his role in the 2002 sniper spree that terrorized the Washington, D.C., region.

Malvo’s lawyers argue that his punishment goes against a 2012 Supreme Court ruling barring mandatory life sentences without parole for juvenile offenders and Malvo should benefit from Maryland’s new law enabling prisoners convicted as juveniles to seek release once they’ve served at least 20 years.

The state Court of Appeals granted a “bypass” review in Malvo’s case and that of two others serving life sentences for crimes committed as youths, news outlets report. The order issued Wednesday scheduled oral arguments to begin in January.

Malvo was 17 when he and John Allen Muhammad embarked on a killing spree that left 10 people dead and three wounded in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Others were killed as the pair made their way to the D.C. region from Washington state. Muhammad was executed in 2009.

Malvo has claimed that the six life-without-parole terms he received in Maryland are illegal in light of U.S. Supreme Court decisions saying mandatory life-without-parole sentences are unconstitutional for juveniles except in rare cases.

His case may have new standing after Maryland’s General Assembly abolished life without parole for youths, overriding a veto by Gov. Larry Hogan. Virginia passed similar legislation last year. That change prompted Malvo to drop a legal appeal that had gone to the Supreme Court to determine if his life sentence should be rescinded.


Judge blocks photography ban in Georgia’s new election law
Legal Topics | 2021/08/26 00:07
A federal judge has found that a part of Georgia’s sweeping new election law that broadly prohibits the photographing of a voted ballot is likely unconstitutional.

U.S. District Judge J.P. Boulee on Friday granted a preliminary injunction on that section of the law, meaning it cannot be enforced for now. In the same order, he declined to block a number of other provisions that mostly have to do with monitoring or photographing parts of the election process.

The judge’s order came in a lawsuit filed by the Coalition for Good Governance, an election integrity group, and others. Boulee wrote that the plaintiffs in the lawsuit “have shown a substantial likelihood of success on the merits of their claim” that the broad ban on photographing a voted ballot in both public and nonpublic places violates their First Amendment rights.

The new law, known as SB 202, also adds a voter ID requirement for mail ballots, shortens the time period for requesting a mail ballot, results in fewer ballot drop boxes available in metro Atlanta, and gives the State Election Board new powers to intervene in county election offices and to remove and replace local election officials.

There are currently eight federal lawsuits challenging parts of the 98-page law enacted earlier this year, including one filed by the U.S. Department of Justice.

“The Court’s striking of the Photography Ban was an important first step in demonstrating that SB202 is an overreach by lawmakers who prefer ballots to be counted behind closed doors, blocking the important oversight of the press and public,” Marilyn Marks, executive director of the Coalition for Good Governance said in a statement.

The office of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who’s a defendant in the lawsuit along with the members of the State Election Board, did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday. But he has previously said he’s confident the new law will withstand court challenges.

While the lawsuit filed by the Coalition for Good Governance challenges many aspects of the law, including the part that allows the State Election Board to remove county election superintendents, the request for a preliminary injunction that was the subject of Boulee’s ruling was relatively narrow.


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