A Class 1 Felony of recording a conversation is just below the prison time you'd spend for murder,...yet they want to record you and I everywhere at all times.
This morning, two activist from Keene, NH had court for different reasons. As is common in Keene several other folks show up to support those who are facing justice from the man which is why Pete and I were in court, even though it was -15 degrees (sEntered By: Drew
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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today on a case between AT&T and the Federal Communications Commission, revisiting the legal concept of “corporate personhood” last strengthened under the court’s Citizens United ruling on corporate campaign spe
Planned conflict ahead
This week on the Police Accountability Report: Border patrol agent hiding immigrants in a secret room under his house TX authorities giving away door prizes seized through asset forfeiture Off the record” (not really) interview with John Blue, a f
Julian Heicklen charged with jury tampering. He will fight the charges.
The US government is charging FIJA activist Julian Heicklen with jury tampering. They may be doing this to keep us from informing juries of their power to find dissidents such as Assange and the anti war activists not guilty regardless of what the la
On January 11, 2011, I was notified by summons that I have been criminally charged with jury tampering. The moment of truth has arrived. My response to the court is given at the end of this E-mail. The dance begins. Finally we will have the opportuni
With judges looking ever more critically at home foreclosures, they are reaching beyond the bankers to heap some of their most scorching criticism on the lawyers.
As we approached the courthouse, our bud William said to our group “Hurry up guys. Time for justice!” trying to get us through the doors. A bailiff, stationed outside, responded laughed and said, “You’ve came to the wrong place.” He was right. Below
We’re amateur video documentaries. We record everything and this quick errand to MA was no different. We entered the Franklin County Jail lobby, approached the counter, explained that we wanted to bail out a friend, were told that we couldn’t film, h
The California Supreme Court ruled police do not need a warrant to search a cell phone carried by someone under arrest. The justices determined a deputy had the right to conduct a warrantless search of the text messages of a man he arrested
"We conclude that the sheriff, who is elected to enforce criminal and civil traffic violations and whose reelection depends largely upon the public perception of the sheriff's success in doing so, has more than a (minimal) interest in any case in whi
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Since May, Los Angeles high schooler Jeremy Marks has been in jail—essentially for filming a school police officer hit a 15-year-old. He'll be home for Christmas, though, thanks to a Google engineer who heard about Marks on Reddit.
A former Texas cheerleader who was kicked off the squad for refusing to cheer for a basketball player who allegedly raped her is taking her case to the Supreme Court, according to her lawyer. "The cheerleader and her parents are also challenging f
Episode 8 is in the can and ready for our new release date (Saturday), thanks to the internet the podcast, videocast and blog post are timed to go off about the same time the night before x-mas... Look for it at CopBlock.org
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - An attempt by an Alaska militia leader to serve paperwork alleging state courts lack jurisdiction in his misdemeanor weapons case has been rejected. Schaeffer Cox, head of the Alaska Peacemakers Militia, appeared at the Fairb
The Senate has voted unanimously to convict U.S. District Judge G. Thomas Porteous of Louisiana on the first of four impeachment charges, removing him from the federal bench.
The attorney for an impeached federal judge on trial before the Senate argued Tuesday that Congress is pursuing unconstitutional charges against his client and would be breaking with two centuries of precedent by removing him from office.
A judge threw out a lawsuit aimed at preventing the United States from targeting anti-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki for death, but questioned whether a president or his aides can unilaterally order a U.S. citizen assassinated for terrorist activity
Craig Scarberry had joint 50-50 custody of his three children with his ex-wife for four years, until a judge ruled last month that he was to be limited to four hours' visitation time per week and custody once every second weekend. Scarberry says t
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Arizona's high courts are now working in collusion with private enterprises to rob us and deny us legal redress. These are some of the key legal rulings which were included in my petition for review from the Arizona Supreme CourtRead Letter
Judges who hear Social Security disability cases are facing a growing number of violent threats from claimants angry over being denied benefits or frustrated at lengthy delays in processing claims. There were at least 80 threats to kill or harm admin
Will Lynch is looking for justice in an unusual way. Charged with savagely beating the priest he says molested him as a child, he plans to try to use his trial to publicly shame the Rev. Jerold Lindner in court. Lynch is accused of luring Lindner
Liptak says one reason the appeals court gave for its decision is that allowing distribution of the brief would help I.J. and Reason publicly make their case that Reynolds is being persecuted for exercising her First Amendment rights.
Ruling that cultural facilities can be considered "necessary public services," the Arizona Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a Mesa levy on new homes to fund them. In a unanimous decision, the judges said they have to give city council members b
If a majority of the nine justices vote the telecom giant's way, any business that issues a contract to customers — such as for credit cards, cellphones or cable TV — would be able to prevent them from joining class-action lawsuits. This would tak