Administrators at the University of California have agreed to pay out roughly $1 million to end a lawsuit brought by UC Davis students who were pepper sprayed by police at protest last November, the Sacramento Bee reports.
Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio, best known for his fights with undocumented immigrants, received quite a blow Tuesday from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Google's self-driving cars have finally received official recognition under a newly minted California law. Gov. Edmund Brown Jr. signed the bill that officially approves testing regulations and safety standards for the driverless cars on California's
A U.S. appeals court has reversed itself and found that the Army Corps of Engineers cannot be held liable in property owners' lawsuits over flood damage during Hurricane Katrina. More than 400 property owners had filed lawsuits after the
Using cash increasingly seen as suspicious activity
The lawsuit comes after the PDC’s failure to respond to the following letter from Johnson last month:
Using cash increasingly seen as suspicious activity
Just over a year after a judge threw out a lawsuit on the basis that cops shouldn’t be expected to know the law when it comes to recording them in public, a panel of appellate judges threw the suit back in his face, ordering him to
Afghan Judicial Panel Refuses To Accept Indefinite Detention Law While Federal Court Allows It To Continue Under U.S. Law
The 23 Americans sentenced were not extradited, but were found guilty of kidnapping an Egyptian cleric in Milan
The fight to stop the government's sweeping surveillance of emails and phone calls will go all the way to the Supreme Court.
Law enforcement pulled another surprising move recently in the case of Melvin Colon, an alleged gangster from the Bronx, when cops convinced one of his Facebook friends to let them have access to Colon’s page.
Late Monday night a federal judge in New York, Raymond Lohier, granted the Obama administration an “emergency” stay that temporarily blocks a ruling by U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest last week blocking the NDAA.
A Kentucky woman who was issued a DUI after she caused a car accident with four teenagers is being sent back to jail after a judge ordered her to delete her Facebook page. Paula Asher wrote a dismissive status update to her Facebook page
“Judge Karnow’s order misapplies the law and punishes the voters in this case for exercising their First Amendment right to petition.”
A major victory is scored for jury nullification with the acquittal of felony marijuana charges – and it’s all thanks to a “straight-laced little old lady” juror and participant of the Free State Project
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has called for the release of jailed Russian art group Pussy Riot, the AP reports.
Fernando Imposimato, the President of the Italian Supreme Court, has raised the call for a criminal investigation of 9/11, comparing the terror attacks to the declassified "false flag" incidents carried out by the CIA in Italy under Operation Gladio.
This year will be the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
A Kentucky man did not consent to have his penis amputated and the doctor who performed the surgery had options other than removing the organ, even though cancer had been found during a surgery, an attorney argued Tuesday to the Kentucky Court of App
The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Judge Andrew Napolitano
The arrest: I distributed a jury nullification pamphlet printed by the Fully Informed Jury Association and a flyer of my own at the U. S. District Courthouse in Manhattan, NY on 14 occasions...I was arrested on 11 of these occasions and cited 7 times
The Army psychiatrist charged in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage must be clean-shaven or will be forcibly shaved before his murder trial, a military judge ordered after a hearing to determine whether a federal religious freedom law applied
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How does Texas discriminate against minority voters? Federal judges counted the ways.
A three-judge panel in Florida has ruled that a former neighborhood watch leader charged in the fatal shooting of teenager Trayvon Martin should be granted a new judge in his case.
Harrisburg residents were hit with a court-mandated income tax increase when a state judge sided with the financial receiver who is managing the city and ordered the City Council to double the earned income tax.
The jury in the landmark intellectual property case Apple v. Samsung ruled overwhelmingly in favor of Apple on Friday, awarding the iPhone maker approximately $1.05 billion in damages.
Federal prosecutor Matt Martens was able to rig both the prosecution and the defense by seizing Sprouse’s assets and forcing her to drop her attorney and depend upon public defenders that had no intention of mounting a defense.
A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld a lower court ruling that would block the federal government from requiring tobacco companies to put graphic anti-smoking images on cigarette packaging.