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US Supreme Court denies stay of execution for Ohio convict

A condemned child killer was scheduled to die on Wednesday in the state's first execution in more than three years after the U.S. Supreme Court denied his requests for more … Click to Continue »

Department of Justice Lawyers Still Suing Little Sisters of the Poor and Other Religiously-Oriented Organizations Over Obamacare Birth Control/Abortion Mandate

Message to Trump: This must end. End it. DOJ lawyers have continued to keep alive a slew of cases appealing a 2014 district court ruling that granted an injunction from the mandate to several Catholic organizations. The Supreme Court vacated...

Enbridge wins appeal in dispute over man's health, oil spill

The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Enbridge Energy in a dispute over whether a disastrous oil spill caused a man's health problems. Chance Lowery says he suffered … Click to Continue »

Non-Sequiturs: 07.25.17

Is Paul Manafort planning on responding to his Congressional subpoena with receipts? [The Root] A much needed W for the First Amendment. [Patterico's Pontifications] Arnold Schwarzenegger's Supreme Court strategy. [Politico] This case will make you think about burping more than you care to. Show More Summary

Ohio high court upholds death sentence in 1991 slaying

Ohio's Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of a man convicted of the 1991 murder and kidnapping of a 10-year-old Ohio girl whose body was found in Indiana. The … Click to Continue »

Jared’s Rules

You may not remember Divna Maslenjak. Her case before the Supreme Court this year did not generate a ton of headlines. But it’s worth comparing what the Trump administration tried to do to her for filling out a government form incorrectly to what Jared Kushner told Senate investigators about his own difficulty in filing an accurate form. Show More Summary

Authorities hold 2 judges appointed by Venezuelan opposition

Venezuela's intelligence agency has detained two more judges that the government-stacked Supreme Court had threatened with arrest after they were appointed by the opposition-controlled National Assembly. The National Assembly announced … Click to Continue »

Condemned killer arrives at death house ahead of execution

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A condemned killer in Ohio arrived at the death house a day ahead of his scheduled execution Wednesday with several requests for a delay pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Appeals court reverses reprimand of attorneys in Arkansas

A federal appeals court panel has reversed a judge's decision to reprimand five attorneys, including the husband of an Arkansas Supreme Court justice, who he said had dismissed a case … Click to Continue »

S. Korea lifts court TV ban ahead of Park sentencing

7 hours agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

South Korea's Supreme Court on Tuesday lifted a ban on the filming of trials, opening the possibility of live TV coverage of the sentencing of disgraced president Park Geun-Hye and Samsung heir Lee Jae-Yong. "With the amendment, live TV coverage of lower court and appeals court sentencings will be permitted", it said. Show More Summary

Committee begins planning for future of Arkansas judiciary

An Arkansas committee has met for the first time to come up with a plan for the state's judiciary. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (http://bit.ly/2tWPi0h ) reports that Arkansas Supreme Court Chief … Click to Continue »

Venezuela arrests opposition-appointed judges

Venezuelan intelligence officials on Tuesday arrested two judges the opposition-run parliament had appointed to the supreme court, highlighting a fight between President Nicolas Maduro's government and a nascent "parallel" state in the making. Show More Summary

Indiana court rules against alcohol distributor's affiliate

The Indiana Supreme Court has denied an affiliate company of the state's largest beer and wine distributor the ability to distribute liquor. The Indianapolis Star (http://indy.st/2tGMx88 ) reports the court … Click to Continue »

Alabama candidate for U.S. Senate says Islam is ‘false religion'

10 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

A U.S. Senate Candidate twice removed from the state Supreme Court said Islam was "false religion."

Fishermen taking fight over monitors to Supreme Court

A New England fishermen's group is taking its fight over the cost of at-sea monitors to the U.S. Supreme Court. The monitors are workers who collect data that help inform … Click to Continue »

So Poland’s president surprised everyone, vetoing two bills that threatened the courts’ independence. Here’s what that means.

On Monday morning, Polish President Andrzej Duda surprised everyone by vetoing two of three bills that would have curtailed judicial independence in Poland. Duda rejected the bill allowing the government to remove and replace Supreme Court justices, which passed both houses of parliament late last week and had prompted widespread protests. Tens of thousands of Poles […]

Cal. Supreme Court Says 'No-Fault" Parents Can Lose Custody

The California Supreme Court said dependency judges may take children away from parents who cannot supervise or protect their children -- even if the parents are not to blame. Settling a split of authority in In re. R.T., the court ruled the state's Welfare and Institutions Code authorizes dependency......

Romanian court rules release of woman wanted in Turkey

Romania's Supreme Court has upheld a decision to release from custody a Turkish woman whom Turkey wants to extradite because of alleged links to Kurdish militants. The court on Tuesday … Click to Continue »

New Mexico Supreme Court weighs burden on public defenders

The New Mexico Supreme court is considering whether public defense attorneys are being stretched too thin to provide an adequate defense to poor people confronting possible jail time. The Law … Click to Continue »

India court to consider abortion plea from young rape victim

Doctors on Wednesday will examine a 10-year-old raped by her uncle as India's top court considers whether she should be allowed to have an abortion despite strict laws. The girl's parents went to the Supreme Court after their appeal to abort the 26-week foetus was rejected by a lower authority, despite warnings her body was not ready for childbirth. Show More Summary

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