The Los Angeles Superior Court issued a temporary restraining order on Tuesday prohibiting the ironically-named Center for Medical Progress from releasing its latest video, which features officials from fetal tissue provider StemExpress. Read more...
Mike and AverageNCO send us a link from our Canadian cousins in regards to Donald Lemmond who we talked about early this year. Lemmond spoke at a Remembrance Day activity at a Local college, telling the audience that he had served in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He wore a vast spectrum of […]
GRAY COURT, SC – Police have arrested 25-year-old Savannah Morgan after her 2-year-old boy was found unconscious in a home filled with dozens of dead animals. Police were called to the home after Morgan called 911 to report her child had choked. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said the concept of "choice" is an ephemeral one for low-income women who live in states that pass laws limiting access to abortion, as they may not be able to afford to travel to a state with less onerous restrictions. Show More Summary
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The five countries investigating the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine a year ago are considering setting up an independent international tribunal after Russia vetoed attempts to establish a U.N.-backed court to prosecute suspects.
The Obama administration on Thursday asked the Supreme Court to review last year’s insider-trading decision by a federal appeals court that overturned two convictions and set a higher standard for proving the financial crime.
A Minnesota judge has sided with the NFL in its turf battle over where the case brought by the NFL Players Association on behalf of Tom Brady will be heard. “This court perceives no reason for this action to proceed in Minnesota,” U.S. District Court Judge Richard Kyle ruled Thursday morning (via Fox’s Mike Garafolo), […]
WASHINGTON -- When given the opportunity to ask Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg anything in the world, why not let her pick the question? Ginsburg held a public talk with Duke Law professor Neil Siegel on Wednesday evening, taking questions from Duke alumni and Summer Law Institute students. Show More Summary
CHICAGO (AP) — Lex the police dog from central Illinois is far from top dog in drug-sniffing skills. That's the core finding of a potentially influential new ruling from the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which considered the question...Show More Summary
The NFL Players Association will re-file its lawsuit against the league on behalf of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in a New York City court Thursday after being rejected in Minneapolis, according to Albert Breer of NFL Network. Per USA Today's Tom Pelissero, the union went to a U.S. Show More Summary
In the three cases of basketball legends in financial court, two verdicts are already in. Kobe Bryant took the massive money he was offered in 2013…and despite much public scorn for doing so, it's clear now that his decision not to save...Show More Summary
Adam and Dean Skelos will get their day in court Nov. 16 — and it will overlap with the trial of another Albany pol: Sheldon Silver.
The Duggar family’s “courting” process has been highly publicized on the former reality television series 19 Kids and Counting. From side hugs to chaperons, the Duggar children are known for their conservative approach to finding their significant other. Show More Summary
A factory worker who killed six people during a shooting spree in Shanghai in June 2013 was sentenced to death at a local court today. [ more › ]
The 30-year-old Hong Kong woman who was found guilty two weeks ago of assaulting a police officer using her breast was sentenced to three-and-a-half months in prison at a court hearing this morning. [ more › ]
The former officer, Ray Tensing, who is charged in the killing of Samuel Dubose on July 19, appeared in court for less than three minutes and entered a plea of not guilty.
(Paul Mirengoff) Law professor John McGinnis finds that Ivy League schools are giving short shrift to conservative Supreme Court justices when they confer honorary degrees. Is anyone surprised? The numbers are stark. Of the fourteenShow More Summary
Former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds pleaded not guilty Thursday during his first appearance in federal court since he was indicted last month on charges he failed to file income tax returns from 2009 through 2012.
MICHIGAN SUPREME COURT: Right-to-Work Laws Apply To State Employees, Mean They Can’t Be Forced To Contribute To Union.
It’s no surprise that the Obama administration believes they’re above the law, and most of the time, they get away with it. But there’s at least one judge who is