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Court Agrees With Ball Park in Hot Dog Fight

Just a few days after the most popular hot dog eating holiday in the country, the legal fight between two titans of the hot dog industry came one step closer to reaching a final resolution. The Third Circuit Court of Appeals issued their order in the closely watched Parks......

Polish govt fans cheer reform against 'communist judges'

18 minutes agoLocal Interest / France : France 24

Polish flags in hand and the icon of the Holy Virgin on their chests, a handful of government supporters gathered outside parliament to cheer the controversial court reform just backed by the ruling conservatives. The parliament pushed...Show More Summary

Dozens of Members of Congress Want Quick Vote to Grant Charlie Gard U.S. Residence for Treatment

Dozens of members of Congress are seeking a quick vote to grant U.S. residence to Charlie Gard, the British boy whose life is at stake in a UK court system that is favoring ending treatment without transfer. A House committee has already voted to Grant Charlie Gard permanent residence to be able to come to […]

Court Rejects Cell Site RF Signal Map In Murder Trial Because It's Evidence Of Nothing

33 minutes agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals has handed down a ruling [PDF] on quasi-cell site location info. The evidence offered by the state isn't being so much suppressed as it is being rejected. The information wasn't obtained illegally and no rights were violated. Show More Summary

If Trump Pardons, It Could Be a Crime

Daniel Hemel and Eric Posner: “Consistent with the framers’ design, the Supreme Court has interpreted the president’s pardon power broadly. The president can pardon anyone for any crime at any time — even before a suspect has been charged. Congress [...]

Trump Brings Terrorism Suspect to U.S. for Trial

“The Trump administration has brought a Qaeda suspect to the United States to face trial in federal court, backing off its hard-line position that terrorist suspects should be sent to the naval prison in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, rather than to [...]

Supreme Court sets Sept. 5 hearing on charter school funding

A case affecting funding for more than 30 Louisiana charter schools is set for arguments Sept. 5 before the state Supreme Court. Charter schools are tax-funded public schools operated by … Click to Continue »

France jails Britons over migrants flown to UK

A French court on Friday jailed two Britons for over two years for having smuggled migrants to England in a light aircraft in what prosecutors said was a first. Pilot David Green, 54, and his accomplice Edward Buckley, 46, admitted having...Show More Summary

Istanbul court orders four activists detained again - website

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court ordered the re-arrest on Friday of four activists who had briefly been freed after being detained along with the local director of human rights group Amnesty International, Hurriyet Daily News website reported.

Ex-military contractor gets life in prison in sex case

A former U.S. military contractor already serving prison time for stealing secrets has been sentenced to life behind bars for abusing underage girls in Honduras. Court records show a Miami … Click to Continue »

Washington Supreme Court rules police unlawfully stopped man

The Washington Supreme Court has ruled that a police corporal did not have the right to stop a man who was walking quickly and looking around after leaving a known … Click to Continue »

Senate Confirms Federal Judge Who Compared Abortion to Slavery

1 hour agoNews : Mediaite

On Thursday, the Senate confirmed John Bush, a lawyer nominated by President Trump, to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to be a lifetime federal judge. Bush’s confirmation was controversial because of blog posts he published under a pseudonym, in which Bush compared abortion to slavery and also criticized LGBT rights. In one blog post, […]

Reviewing The Supreme Court Term That Was

It may have seemed sleepy from the outside, but to a Supreme Court litigator... it was kind of sleepy, yeah.

Midday open thread: Court blasted for OKing raped 12-year-old's abortion; South Miami mandates solar

Today’s comic by Mark Fiore is Repeal & Whatever: If Donald Trump is somehow able to hang in for his full term, he has 1,278 days remaining to enjoy the gold curtains in the Oval Office. •  x Sean Spicer leaving the White House: pic.twitter.com/g3t87dUEiO...Show More Summary

Thousands protest after Polish lawmakers approve judiciary overhaul, defying EU

By Pawel Sobczak and Pawel Florkiewicz WARSAW (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Poles protested on Thursday against a new law that allows parliament to appoint Supreme Court judges, defying a European Union warning that the move undermines democracy and the rule of law. Show More Summary

Anti-LGBTQ court clerk Kim Davis costing Kentucky taxpayers $224,703 in fees per new ruling

2 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

BuzzFeed.com civil rights and Department of Justice correspondent Dominic Holden said on Friday that a U.S. District Judge has found the state of Kentucky liable for $224,703 in fees thanks to Rowan County Court Clerk Kim Davis’ refusal to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The...

Kansas court affirms conviction in Wichita station death

The Kansas Supreme Court has affirmed a man's conviction in the 2014 beating death of a Wichita radio station employee. The court on Friday rejected arguments from Antwon Banks that … Click to Continue »

SF city attorney seeks court order to force Lyft and Uber to hand over driver data

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is seeking a court order to force both Uber and Lyft to share records on driver safety, disability access and other operations, in compliance with the City Attorney’s subpoenas from last month. Show More Summary

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