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Appeals Court Rules SPD's Use of Force Policy Doesn't Violate the Second Amendment

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Your right to bear arms is safe, SPD. by Steven Hsieh We'll be damned. Policy intended to prevent unconstitutional policing is not unconstitutional. SPD The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ruled that the Seattle Police Department's...Show More Summary

Court Reinstates California’s Foie Gras Ban

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that California can prohibit the sale of foie gras made by force-feeding ducks and geese—a decision that echoes the... The post Court Reinstates California’s Foie Gras Ban appeared first on PETA.

No Warrant Needed to Search Probationer's Cell Phone

The Fourth District Court of Appeal for the state of California has issued a ruling that, at first blush, appears to disregard the recent ruling of the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on a nearly identical issue. At issue in the People v. Sandee case is whether a......

UPDATED: California’s Foie Gras Ban Is Back in Effect

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has held that California's foie gras ban was not preempted by federal law, thereby reinstating the law. The post UPDATED: California’s Foie Gras Ban Is Back in Effect appeared first on PETA.

Morning Docket: 09.13.17

The Supreme Court, without any dissents, has allowed the Trump administration's refugee ban to stand while the case proceeds, temporarily staying a Ninth Circuit ruling to the contrary. As my colleague Elie Mystal wondered yesterday,...Show More Summary

Trump returns to Supreme Court to block Muslim ban exemptions for refugees

Donald Trump's Justice Department is headed back to the Supreme Court in an effort to piece back together more of Trump's tattered Muslim ban. Specifically, government lawyers asked the high court Monday to block a Ninth Circuit Court...Show More Summary

Trump Administration Wins a Small Victory Over Ninth Circuit

It is all resting on the pygmy shoulders of Anthony Kennedy The post Trump Administration Wins a Small Victory Over Ninth Circuit appeared first on RedState.

Supreme Court Temporarily Puts Trump's Travel Ban in Fuller Force Again as It Hears Briefing on the Issues and Debates a Ruling

The Ninth Circuit enjoined the government from implementing the travel ban in full, and the Supreme Court has temporarily stayed that injunction, meaning the travel ban is back in fuller effect. Note it's in fuller effect, not full. That's because...

Court Says 'Possible' Just As Good As 'Probable;' Lets DEA To Keep Evidence From Warrantless Search

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Ninth Circuit Appeals Court has handed down a decision which appears to lower the bar for probable cause. The government's evidence -- obtained via a warrantless search -- will remain unsuppressed. Here's the summary of the decision...Show More Summary

Morning Docket: 09.08.17

The Ninth Circuit, President Donald Trump's judicial archnemesis, affirms Judge Derrick Watson's (modified) preliminary injunction against the "grandma ban." [How Appealing] Donald Trump Jr. opens up to the Senate Judiciary Committee about that infamous June 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer. Show More Summary

9th Circuit Will Reexamine Whether Employers Can Pay Women Less

The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will take a second look at a decision that said employers can pay women less than men for the same job. A three-judge panel of the appeals court said in April that women can be paid less based on salary histories. An en......

9th Circuit: Courts Cannot Shackle All Defendants

Three defendants in cases pending before the federal district court in the state of Arizona won their appeal to the Ninth Circuit over the district court's routine shackling of criminal defendants that appear in the courtroom. The IN RE: Rodrigo ZERMENO-GOMEZ decision, however, is less about shackling and more......

SCOTUS Asked to Review Ninth Circuit Decision on California’s Waiting Period Laws

A petition was filed for certiorari in the case of Silvester, et al. v. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asking SCOTUS to review and overturn a wrongly-decided Ninth Circuit decision. This post SCOTUS Asked to Review Ninth Circuit Decision on California’s Waiting Period Laws appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

3 Count: LiveJournal, Dead Appeal

Ninth Circuit declined en banc appeal of LiveJournal case, The Hitman's Bodyguard leaks on to pirate sites and musicFIRST launches new royalty campaign. The post 3 Count: LiveJournal, Dead Appeal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Gov't Must Pay Legal Fees In Court Battle Over 'Secret' Drone Docs Gov't Couldn't Stop Talking About

3 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The government will be paying its opponent's legal fees after needlessly drawing out FOIA litigation, the Ninth Circuit Appeals Court has decided [PDF]. The First Amendment Coalition sued the Department of Justice after it refused to...Show More Summary

High School Football Coach Loses Prayer Case

How about a Hail Mary? It's a traditional football pass, but a prayer on the field is going too far. At least, that's what the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District. "Striking an appropriate balance between ensuring the right to free speech......

3 Count: Ninth Angel

VidAngel loses appeal to the Ninth Circuit, fight over The Conjuring films moves forward and Mayweather bout was heavily pirated online. The post 3 Count: Ninth Angel appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Sounds Great, But Sounds Familiar: Where To Draw The Line With Digital Sampling Of Sound Recordings?

Here Stephen Carlisle breaks down the legal complexities behind digital sampling, looking at what it is, its history, how the Ninth Circuit Court changed everything, and where digital sampling stands today. __________________________ Guest post by Stephen Carlisle of Nova Southeastern University In the middle of 2016, the Ninth Circuit Court...

Coach loses appeal for the right to pray silently at public school football games

The Ninth Circuit Court upheld a ruling that prevents Joe Kennedy from praying on the job as a public school employee.

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