Oscar Pistorius’ prison sentence was increased to 13 years and five months by South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal on Friday, a decision that more than doubled the Olympic runner’s jail term for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
A man sentenced to more than seven years in jail after he was spotted holding hands with his sister at the Muscoda Mushroom Fest two years ago won't be released early after a Wisconsin court rejected his appeal Wednesday, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Because Christian Bisbach was on extended...
The ride-hailing firm Uber plans to appeal to Britain's Supreme Court after losing an important case on the rights of its drivers. Britain's Employment Appeal Tribunal ruled earlier this month … Click to Continue »
Uber seeks to appeal UK workers' rights decision at supreme court. Video provided by Reuters
Uber might have lost its appeal against a ruling that its drivers need to be classified as workers with minimum-wage rights in the U.K., but it’s not backing down. After failing to persuade the Employment Appeal Tribunal earlier this...Show More Summary
Parents need to show actual harm to their children from the radical curriculum, according to the court.
A federal appellate court has issued an order that temporarily prevents a company from building an 8-mile (12.87-kilometer) stretch of a high-pressure natural gas pipeline through a northeast Ohio city. … Click to Continue »
Uber wants to appeal a court ruling that would force it to class its drivers as workers and give them more rights in the Supreme Court — the highest court in the UK. The legal case against Uber was brought last October by ex-Uber drivers James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam. Show More Summary
Oscar Pistorius just got the book thrown at him because South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal more than doubled his sentence. Pistorius had originally been sentenced to 6 years in prison for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The Appeals…
A recent U.S. appellate court ruling offers a window on "honor killings," an ancient practice across the globe that calls for defending a family's reputation by slaying female relatives who … Click to Continue »
California home builders stopped using lead paint a half century ago, but a state appeals court said they still have to clean up the mess. Lead poisoning is a health problem for residents of old houses and apartments, and litigation over the issue has been plodding through the courts......
Oscar Pistorius‘ sentencing in the 2013 murder of Reeva Steenkamp was increased to 13 years Friday by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein. The verdict was delivered after the state …...
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © Copyright ANSA NOTE: Vaccines have become an offer Italians can NOT refuse - without steep penalties. Disgrazia. Kim (ANSA) - Rome, November 22 - The Constitutional Court on Wednesday rejected the Veneto regional government's appeal against...
South African Olympic Blade Runner Oscar Pistorius will now serve 13 years and 5 months for the murder of his model and law graduate girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. The South African Supreme Court of Appeal decided that the initial prison...Show More Summary
Oscar Pistorius' prison sentence was increased to 13 years and five months by South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal on Friday, a decision that more than doubled the Olympic runner's jail term for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. In an announcement that took a matter of minutes, Justice...
South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal rules previous 6-year sentence too lenient for murder of Pistorius' girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's Supreme Court increased Oscar Pistorius' murder sentence on Friday to 13 years and five months after the state argued that his original sentence of six years was "shockingly lenient".
Oscar Pistorius' prison sentence has been increased to 13 years and five months by South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal. The court on Friday upheld an appeal by prosecutors, who … Click to Continue »
Mauritania has bolstered a contentious law on apostasy after an appeals court ordered the release of a local blogger.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A Louisiana Supreme Court justice disqualified himself Tuesday from a death row inmate's appeal after a talk radio interview in which he cited the man's case in expressing support for capital punishment.