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Here Is Your 2017 Austin MotoGP Mega Gallery Of The Americas

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Once again, Marc Márquez dominated the Circuit of The Americas, proving that he is your God and scoring a fifth straight victory in Austin. While Rossi and Pedrosa put up a fight during the race, it seemed there was no doubt the Spaniard would continue blowing away the field in America. Read more...

Marc Márquez Will Not Let Anyone Else Win In Austin, Takes Fifth Victory In A Row

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Repsol Honda Team rider Marc Márquez defended his unofficial title of the King of Texas today, topping off five pole positions in a row with a fifth win in a row out of all five MotoGP races at Circuit of The Americas. Holy crap. Read more...

Márquez takes fifth straight Austin victory

Reigning World Champion Marc Márquez preserved his perfect record at the Circuit of the Americas as he claimed victory, while…

MotoGP's Márquez Not Interested In Sharing Austin

6 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Honda’s Marc Márquez isn’t interested in letting anyone else in on his MotoGP dominance at the Circuit of The Americas. After a morning that featured the Spaniard dumping the bike twice in practice, Márquez grabbed his fifth consecutive pole position for the fifth-ever running of the race. Read more...

“Can the police retaliate against a citizen for refusing to answer police questions?”

Orin Kerr at Volokh Conspiracy sorts through the complications of a Fifth Circuit case that has arguable Fifth, Fourth, and First Amendment angles. Tags: constitutional law, Fifth Circuit, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment “Can the police...Show More Summary

TEXAS: Fifth Circuit Court Of Appeals Orders State To Pay $600K In Legal Fees To Marriage Equality Plaintiffs

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Dallas News reports: Two Texas couples who fought to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriage were awarded more than $600,000 in attorneys fees and other costs, a federal appeals court decided this week. Mark Phariss and husband...Show More Summary

Texas's Voter ID Law Was Meant to Discriminate, Court Rules

Texas's voter identification law, widely viewed as one of the harshest in the country, was passed with a discriminatory purpose, a district court in Texas ruled yesterday. The ruling comes on remand from an en banc Fifth Circuit, which ruled last July that the law had a discriminatory effect,......

Chinese Grand Prix: Winners and Losers

Lewis Hamilton won at the Shanghai International Circuit for the fifth time in his career, as some drivers starred and others…

Breaking: Federal Court in Texas Rules Texas Passed Its Voter ID Law with a Racially Discriminatory Intent

A federal district court has held on remand from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit sitting en banc that Texas enacted its controversial voter identification law with a racially discriminatory intent. If (and it is a … Continue reading ?

Crawfish Producers' Suit Revived Against Southern Natural Gas

A judge erred by not reconsidering a decision based on new evidence crawfishermen discovered in a case against a gas company, a federal appeals court said. The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed an order denying a motion for reconsideration In re. Louisiana Crawfish Producers. The appellate panel......

“The Story of Asbestos Litigation in Texas and Its National Consequences”

Texas was once the largest center of asbestos litigation in the U.S., with mass recruitment of workers claiming injury from past exposure although displaying no symptoms. Now, more than 40 years after the landmark Fifth Circuit Borel v. Show More Summary

BMW will join Formula E for its fifth season in 2018

German automaker gets the go-ahead from Formula E's organizers to enter the all-electric racing circuit for its fifth season. Continue reading BMW will join Formula E for its fifth season in 2018 BMW will join Formula E for its fifth season in 2018 originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 22 Mar 2017 15:07:00 EDT. Show More Summary

The Oxford Comma Matters, So Says Appeals Court

A bunch of dairy delivery drivers in Maine say the state's overtime law is unclear cause of a missing Oxford comma... and no less than the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals agreed. The drivers are suing their employer -- Portland-based Oakhurst Dairy…

Fifth Circuit Judge Assails DOJ ‘Arrogance’ in Voting Rights Case”

Texas Lawyer reports. My coverage of Judge Smith’s dissent in the Texas redistricting case is here and here. … Continue reading ?

Fifth Circuit: no cheers for cheerleader suit

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

Missed this one from 2011, with Judge Jerry Smith writing for a Fifth Circuit panel: “Reduced to its essentials, this is nothing more than a dispute, fueled by a disgruntled cheerleader mom, over whether her daughter should have made the squad. Show More Summary

Raspberry Pi's fifth birthday surprise is a Wi-Fi enabled Zero

It's the fifth birthday of everyone's favorite little circuit board computer and as a special surprise there's a new Raspberry Pi Zero in town. The price has gone up, a little, but it's adding two very important pieces of hardware to...Show More Summary

Breaking: Federal Court Denies Motion to Postpone Texas Voter ID Trial, Putting DOJ in Position to Change Sides in Litigation

A federal district court, following a remand from the Fifth Circuit, is considering whether Texas acted with racially discriminatory intent when it passed its controversial voter identification law. The district court had already made a finding that Texas had such … Continue reading ?

‘Weapons of War’: Maryland Assault-Rifle Ban Constitutional, Rules Federal Court

Yesterday, the Richmond, Virginia Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 10-4 that a Maryland assault-weapons ban is constitutional, citing a 5-4 2008 Supreme Court case, as reported by Salon. The decision is said to be the fifth by a federal court upholding a state assault-weapons ban. Show More Summary

You Have a First Amendment Right to Film Police, 5th Cir. Rules

The First Amendment includes the right to videotape police officers, subject only to reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions, the Fifth Circuit ruled last Thursday. The ruling comes after Fort Worth, Texas police officers detained a man for filming their police station from the sidewalk. And it's not terribly......

Deportation Squads Don't Come Cheap, French Women Flocking to Marine Le Pen, Fifth Circuit Affirms Right to Film Police: A.M. Links

2 months agoNews : Reason

Economists and advocates weigh-in on what Trump's plans to escalate deportations would cost (billions) and the effect they could have on the U.S. economy. Chicago Public Schools told principals not to let Immigration and Customs Enforcement...Show More Summary

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