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Judge Bars Anti-Abortion Group From Releasing Video... Raising Serious First Amendment Questions

4 hours agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

What is it with judges and prior restraint lately? A judge in a Los Angeles Superior Court has issued a temporary restraining order blocking an anti-abortion group from releasing a video. And, yes, obviously, anything involving abortion...Show More Summary

California Court Bars Anti-Choice Group From Releasing New Videos

AP reports today that the Los Angeles Superior Court has issued a restraining order preventing the anti-choice group calling itself the "Center for Medical Progress" from releasing any videos targeting Stem Express, a California company that provides human and fetal tissue to medical researchers. Apparently the Center for Medical Progress was...

The War on Agency, Continued

[Content Note: Anti-choice terrorism; war on agency.]In good news: The Los Angeles Superior Court has issued a temporary restraining order which prevents the Center for Medical Progress from releasing any video of employees of StemExpress, a California company that provides fetal tissue to researchers. Show More Summary

Strip club employees, city strike $160,000 settlement over work permits

City Hall might make it rain for strip club workers who accused the city of charging excessive and unconstitutional fees for permits in a lawsuit filed in Fulton County Superior Court. Rather than take the case to court, City Hall attorneys are recommending a $160,000 settlement with the coalition of dancers, servers, and managers.  …

Court Order Prevents Release of Fourth Anti-Abortion Video 

13 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

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...

Court Bars Pro-Life Group From Releasing New Planned Parenthood Videos in California

The Los Angeles Superior Court issued an order Wednesday that restricts the pro-life group Center for Medical Progress from releasing... The post Court Bars Pro-Life Group From Releasing New Planned Parenthood Videos in California appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Georgia judge slashes verdict to $40M in Jeep fire case

A Superior Court judge in Georgia has reduced the damages Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will be ordered to pay to the family of Remington Walden, who died three years ago in a Jeep Grand Cherokee fire. Continue reading Georgia judge slashes...Show More Summary

At Mock Trial, These D.C. Students Make Their Case

Middle school students in Washington act out plaintiff, defense and witness roles as part of the fifth annual career day and mock trial for Higher Achievement scholars, hosted at Mayer Brown's D.C. office. D.C. Superior Court judges Judith Bartnoff and Neal Kravitz presided over the mock trial.       

Watch this cancer-stricken woman’s emotional plea after a San Diego judge denies her the right to die

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A San Diego Superior Court judge dismissed a right-to-die lawsuit on Monday, filed by three plaintiffs with life-ending illnesses asking for the right to end their lives with the assistance of a doctor, reports NBC10. According to Judge Gregory Pollack, he can not allow the assisted suicide to go...

Likely Setback for the Right-to-Die Cause

In San Diego, a Superior Court judge said he would not rule against a California law that prohibits doctors from prescribing fatal medication for terminally ill people.

Kelly Rutherford Can’t Fight For Custody Of Kids In California

Kelly Rutherford faced another legal setback in her ongoing custody battle for her kids. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled that the state did not have jurisdiction over the case since Hermes and Helena, her kids with Daniel Giersch, live in Monaco. They’re spending the summer in the United States based on the ruling […]

D.C. Man Sentenced to 1 Year In Prison For Anti-Gay Assault In Metro Station

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

A D.C. Superior Court Judge sentenced a 20-year-old man accused of assaulting, robbing and pushing a man, who he believed is gay, onto the Navy Yard Metro station tracks to one year in jail reports the Washington Blade. The incident occurred on March… The post D.C. Man Sentenced to 1 Year In Prison For Anti-Gay Assault In Metro Station appeared first on Towleroad.

Suge Knight’s Motion to Reduce Bail Is Denied

A judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court rejected a motion to lower the $10 million bail requirement that has been keeping Marion Knight in jail pending his trial for murder and attempted murder.

Suspect in July 4 fatal Metro stabbing speaks out in D.C. Superior Court

Jasper Spires interrupted court hearing with questions; the judge questioned defendant’s competency.

Suspect in July 4 fatal Metro stabbing is due in D.C. Superior Court Friday

Jasper Spires is set to appear at a hearing in a misdemeanor assault case two days before the stabbing.

Eleven Things You Learn Going to Divorce Court in Los Angeles

Last week I got to spend time at one of Los Angeles' busiest downtown hot spots: Los Angeles Superior Court's Stanley Mosk Courthouse. This is the court for anyone getting divorced within Los Angeles County. Los Angeles County divorce court is such a long name, let's just call it HELL for short. Show More Summary

After Divorce, Who Gets the Frozen Embroys? Cal Court to Decide

Call it a family law case for the modern age. The question of who controls a couple's frozen embryos after divorce goes before the San Francisco Superior Court today in what could be a precedent setting trial. The case is the first in California to address what happens when......

Man accused of killing Chandra Levy to remain in jail until his new trial

A D.C. Superior Court judge Tuesday ordered the man accused of the 2001 killing of Washington intern Chandra Levy to remain in jail until trial after the judge told attorneys there was “probable cause” that Ingmar Guandique committed first-degree murder in Levy’s death.Read full article >>

Man accused of killing Chandra Levy argues for release pending new trial

Lawyers for Ingmar Guandique, the man accused in the 2001 killing of Washington intern Chandra Levy, are expected to petition a D.C. Superior Court judge Tuesday for Guandique’s release from jail as he awaits his retrial. Read full article >>

A New Court Ruling Could Threaten California’s Ability To Regulate Water Use Amid Drought

A Superior Court ruled that water rights are essentially property rights. The post A New Court Ruling Could Threaten California’s Ability To Regulate Water Use Amid Drought appeared first on ThinkProgress.

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