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Why Hillary Clinton Lost

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Hillary Clinton’s top aides would like the world to know they are morally superior to Donald Trump and his staff that ran an ugly campaign courting white nationalists. The Clinton team is right. And it doesn’t matter. At a vicious Harvard...Show More Summary

Roy Nelson issues apology for kicking referee John McCarthy - 'I recognize what I did was a mistake'

When Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight Roy Nelson was suspended nine months and fined $24,000 by the Brazilian Superior Justice Court of MMA (STJDMMA) for kicking referee John McCarthy at UFC Fight Night 95 for not stopping his knockout finish over Antonio Silva sooner, few mixed martial arts (MMA) fans were surprised. Show More Summary

Summary Judgment Affirmed on Basis of Fitness Center's Waiver or Release Form in Slip and Fall Case

2 days agoIndustries / Law : Tort Talk

In its recent decision in the case of Toro v. Fitness Int’l, LLC, 2016 Pa.Super. 243 (Pa. Super. Nov. 10, 2016 Solano, Bowes, and Ott, J.J.) (Op. by Solano, J.), the Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the entry of summary judgment in favor of a defendant fitness center in a slip and fall case. Show More Summary

Bridgegate: NJ Judge Hears Arguments in Misconduct Complaint Filed Against Gov. Christie

The Wall Street Journal reports that a Bergen County superior court judge heard argument on November 30 about whether to appoint a special prosecutor to handle an official misconduct complaint against Governor Chris Christie stemming from the George Washington Bridge lane closures incident. Show More Summary

Darren Sharper Sentenced To 20 Years For Rapes, Probably Will Serve Half That Time

Darren Sharper was sentenced to 20 years in prison yesterday by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor who called the former NFL star’s actions a “disgraceful abuse of trust.” But the conditions of the plea deal negotiated for Sharper,

NASCAR Cup: Clint Bowyer sues HScott Motorsports

By AMANDA VINCENT Clint Bowyer and HScott Motorsports aren’t parting on good terms. As a matter-of-fact, Bowyer has filed a lawsuit against the race team in North Carolina Superior Court, according to an ESPN report on Monday. Bowyer is seeking at least $2.223 million, claiming that the team failed to pay him for two months. [...]

Darren Sharper sentenced to 20 years in prison

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge sentenced former NFL safety Darren Sharper to 20 years in prison Tuesday after Sharper admitted to drugging and raping women in four states. This sentence is part of a plea deal negotiated with prosecutors in four states. Sharper, 41, played 14 NFL seasons for the Packers, Vikings and Saints.…

Matt Hickey Pleads Not Guilty to All Three Rape Charges

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Sydney Brownstone Matt Hickey, the tech journalist and former Stranger freelancer accused by multiple women of rape, is pictured through a viewing room window at his arraignment in King County Superior Court in Seattle on Nov. 29, 2016. Show More Summary

The struggle to save Belhaven's hospital continues

3 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

And the LLC that owns it has some serious internal conflicts: A superior court judge issued a temporary restraining order Monday to stop the demolition of the old Pungo Hospital building after some members of Pantego Creek LLC, which owns the hospital, filed a complaint against the four managers of Pantego Creek. “The mangers of Pantego Creek LLC... Show More Summary

Senior Brazilian Court Says 'Right To Be Forgotten' Cannot Be Imposed On Search Engines

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Brazil's Superior Court of Justice (STJ), the highest court for non-constitutional questions of federal law, has ruled that the "right to be forgotten" -- strictly speaking, the right to be delisted from search results -- cannot be imposed upon Google or other search engines. Show More Summary

Clint Bowyer files $2.2 million lawsuit against HScott Motorsports

Bowyer alleges the NASCAR team missed two monthly payments and owes him commission related to sponsorship obtainment. Clint Bowyer is seeking $2.2 million from HScottt Motorsports in a lawsuit filed in North Carolina Superior Court on Nov. Show More Summary

Closing arguments held in sports institute embezzling trial

Prosecutors say the founder of the Rhode Island-based Institute for International Sport pillaged his creation. Closing arguments were held Monday in Washington County Superior Court in the trial of Dan … Click to Continue »

Online Immunity Threatens Case Against Backpage.com

A prostitute may post a classified ad online, but the online publisher is not responsible for the content. This isn't news, but a judge had to spell it out for prosecutors in Sacramento. Superior Court Judge Michael Bowman said recently that Backpage.com, which is facing prostitution charges for publishing adult......

California Court Affirms Removal Of Orange County DA's Office From Case Tainted By Informant Scandal

LOS ANGELES ? A California appeals court affirmed an Orange County Superior Court judge’s decision last year to remove the county’s entire district attorney’s office from a high-profile mass murder case that has become embroiled in a...Show More Summary

Brazil Superior Court Rules in Google's Favor, Against ‘Right to Be Forgotten’

Brazil's Superior Court of Justice (STJ) decided unanimously that the “right to be forgotten” cannot be imposed upon Google or other search engines. Read more...

Confirm Florence Pan for D.C. District Court

On April 28, President Barack Obama nominated Florence Y. Pan, who has served as a D.C. Superior Court Judge since 2009, for a vacancy on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Judge Pan is a highly qualified mainstream nominee who enjoys the strong support of D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton. The Judiciary […]

Memorable Moments In Fighter-On-Referee Assault

Last week, the Brazilian Superior Justice Court of MMA handed UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson a nine-month suspension and $24,000 fine for booting referee "Big" John McCarthy in the ass. The sequence of events was an emotional post-fightShow More Summary

With his mother’s death, this teen’s family was broken apart. Now, he has a new home.

DeMarco Nicholson is one of 29 children and young people to be formally adopted Saturday at D.C. Superior Court’s Adoption Day.

UFC's Roy Nelson suspended 9 months for ref kick, can reduce it with public apology

Brazil’s Superior Justice Court of MMA sent the message that it took very seriously Roy Nelson’s post-fight kick of referee John McCarthy earlier this year at UFC Fight Night 95. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC

Roy Nelson suspended nine months for kicking referee John McCarthy

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight power-puncher Roy Nelson has been fined and suspended by Brazil’s Superior Justice Court of Sport, working in conjunction with Comissao Atletica Brasileira de MMA, for kicking refereeShow More Summary

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