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Lawsuit against state on tenure law; Teachers leaving Wake in "alarming numbers"

13 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

The Greensboro News and Record reports that a Superior Court Judge should be ruling early next week on whether the Guilford and Durham school districts can sue the State of NC over NC's teacher tenure law to exempt themselves from the provisions. Show More Summary

Will Arnett files for divorce from Amy Poehler

The "Arrested Development" actor, 43, filed divorce papers in Los Angeles Superior Court last week, People magazine reports.

Will Arnett Files For Divorce From Amy Poehler

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Court records show Will Arnett has filed for divorce from Amy Poehler more than 18 months after the comedians announced their separation. Arnett filed a divorce petition in Los Angeles Superior Court on April 8 citing irreconcilable differences. Show More Summary

Will Arnett Officially Files for Divorce From Amy Poehler

They've been separated for awhile now, but Will Arnett finally filed for divorce from Amy Poehler. On April 8th, the "Arrested Development" star filed a complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court, asking for joint custody of their two children,...Show More Summary

Corrupt City of Bell ‘Godfather' Gets 12 Years for Uncontrollable Greed

A Superior Court Judge read out the final chapter of an ongoing story of corruption, arrogance, and greed when she sentenced a small town city official to spend the next twelve years in prison and to pay back $8.8 million that he stole from the city coffers. Show More Summary

Man sentenced for 2005 shooting death

Raul Damian Martinez, 24, was sentenced April 19, 2007, to 155 years to life plus 17 years by a Compton Superior Court judge, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney's office. In March, a jury deliberated for about three...Show More Summary

Police Reports Generally Not Admissible in Auto Accident Litigations

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Tort Talk

In its recent decision in the case of Phillips v. Lock, 2014 PA Super 38, No. 1634 EDA 2013 (Pa. Super. Feb. 28, 2014 Shogan, J., Ott, J., and Platt, J.) (Opinion by Platt, J.), the Pennsylvania Superior Court found that a trial court...Show More Summary

Industry Funded Politicians Hope To Thwart Pollution Penalties In North Carolina

On March 6 th of this year,  North Carolina  Superior Court Judge Paul Ridgeway  handed down a ruling that Duke Energy must immediately prevent toxins from their coal ash ponds from leaking into the water supply, and also that the energy...Show More Summary

Tillisberger to exercise ownership rights

4 days agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

It goes like this: Tillisberger & NC GOP pass unconstitutional voucher program. They get sued. An NC Superior Court ruling freezes implementation of the voucher program until the various court cases proceed. Tillisberger goes to NC Supreme Court to get the freeze on vouchers lifted. Show More Summary

Pediatrician Gets 5 Years For Waterboarding Stepdaughter

The former doctor was arrested in 2012 and pleaded guilty to waterboarding his daughter, who ran away from home and told authorities her stepfather forced her head underwater and made her think she would drown. Superior Court Judge Richard F. Stokes gave Melvin L. Morse a five-year sentence Friday, but ordered he could be put […]

Redfin Co-Founder and Ex-CTO Sue Brokerage, Allege IPO Scheme

Michael Dougherty and David Selinger, two well-known technology executives, filed a lawsuit against Redfin in King County Superior Court alleging the Seattle-based online real estate company is trying to cancel its shares as it prepares for an initial public opening.

D.A. tells judge to send Spaccia to prison: 'She's got it coming'

Prosecutors are asking a Superior Court judge to send the former second-in-command in scandal-plagued Bell to prison for 12 years and eight months.

Indiana Supreme Court Declares An Officer's Testimony Is More Reliable Than Video Evidence

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Seeing how often official reports by law enforcement are contradicted by video recordings, you'd think judges would have become a bit more skeptical about the supposed "superiority" of officers' recall powers. But that's apparently not...Show More Summary

NJ Judge Rules Against Bridge Scandal Panel In Subpoena Fight

Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson found no basis to force Bridget Anne Kelly and Bill Stepien to comply with state legislative committee subpoenas.

Newswire: Cinemax show sues actress who claims she didn't realize Cinemax shows have nudity

Echoing statements that have been made to parents everywhere, actress Anne Greene filed a complaint two years ago in Los Angeles Superior Court, insisting she had no idea that a late-night Cinemax show would feature female nudity. Now...Show More Summary

Bridgegate Investigation Hits A Roadblock, Judge Says Ex-Christie Aides Don't Have To Turn Over Documents

New Jersey Superior Court Judge Mary C. Jacobson ruled Wednesday that Gov. Chris Christie's former deputy chief of staff Bridget Ann Kelly and ex-campaign manager Bill Stepien do not have to comply with subpoenas issued to them by the...Show More Summary

Say Goodbye: Chris Brown Faces Up To Four Years In Prison For Violating Probation In DC Hotel Assault

Things aren’t looking too good for Breezy… Chris Brown Faces Four Years In Prison For Violating Probation A D.C. Superior Court judge Monday denied a request by Chris Brown’s attorneys to dismiss the R&B singer’s misdemeanor assault case,

Pennsylvania Superior Court Addresses Right to Fair Jury in Civil Cases

last weekIndustries / Law : Tort Talk

Declaration of Independence United States Constitution In its recent decision in the medical malpractice case of Cordes v. Associates of Internal Medicine, ____ A.3d _____, No. 1737 WDA 2011, 2014 (Pa. Super. 52) (Pa. Super. March 12,...Show More Summary

Chris Brown and bodyguard get separate trials

Singer Chris Brown and his bodyguard will have separate trials on misdemeanor assault charges, a D.C. Superior Court judge ordered on Monday, our colleague Keith Alexander reports. Brown and Chris Hollosy were both charged after a fight last year outside the W hotel. Hollosy’s attorney argued for the separate trials, saying his client wants to […]

LA Judge Nixes Mike Ovitz’s Latest Bid In Pellicano Case; Anita Busch Suit Heading For Trial

In a ruling that sets the stage for a courtroom showdown between Mike Ovitz and Deadline’s film editor Anita Busch, a LA  Superior Court judge ruled against the former CAA co-owner’s statute of limitations defense in the longstanding...Show More Summary

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