Copyright troll endangers right to freedom of speech.
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that police cannot bring drug-sniffing police dogs onto a suspect's property to look for evidence without first getting a warrant for a search,
Early reports from the Supreme Court indicate that justices are asking some very skeptical questions about the arguments in favor of California's Proposition 8 ban on gay marriage.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing two historic gay marriage cases this week.
Resisting arrest is not a crime. It is a common-law right, the exercise of which is treated as if it were a crime. The act of resistance was transmuted into a criminal offense chiefly through judicial activism, rather than legislation.
Fukushima's financial fallout is far from over.
The lawyers will be as busy as bees.
Monsanto has yet another case pending in the court system, this time before the U.S. Supreme Court on the exclusivity of its genetically modified seed patents.
This interview exposes the naked truth of the level of corruption as told from someone on the inside. This information validates what most of the readership of Freedom's Phoenix and others like us already know.
Detective, whose testimony was nearly the entire case, had a substantial history of "testilying". Prosecutors and Police knew it, and hid it. Twenty-Two Years (and counting) on death row.
James Babb (WeWontFly.Com) on Mark Schmidter's case (who was jailed for passing out FIJA information during Casey Anthony trial) - Joe Banister (former IRS agent and whistleblower) comes on to provide an update on the legality of the IRS
Though the Voting Rights Act was overwhelming reauthorized by Congress in 2006, the five Republican justices on the U.S. Supreme Court may gut the law in the name of “states’ rights.” Justice Scalia led the way with provocative, offensive and even we
None of the six charges against Rouzan for allegedly violating department policies were found to be credible by Judy Gust, the commission's hearing examiner.
The defendant in the deadly Colorado theater shooting could be given "truth serum" under a court order issued Monday to help determine whether he is insane if he pleads not guilty by reason of insanity.
The verdict that had everyone in Egypt scared has come out and it's not good.
Circuit Judge Charles Price has issued an order blocking a governor from signing a controversial education bill. Price wants to have a hearing on the legal issues surrounding the education bill and does not want Governor to sign it until then.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was torn to shreds in the media for calling the Voting Rights Act a "racial entitlement" during heated arguments last week.
A judge made an unusual move after a jury acquitted a dozen Occupy Philadelphia protesters of trespassing Tuesday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Martha Stewart is testifying in court today to explain why her contract to sell stuff at JCPenney doesn't violate her existing contract with Macy's.
In a curious twist of rhetoric, Judge Patrick Dugan acquitted Philadelphia police Lt. Jonathan Josey of assaulting Aida Guzman at a Puerto Rican Day Parade, announcing "This is not a social media contest, this is not trial by video."
However, the group recently filed an amicus brief with the state Supreme Court arguing an appeals court decision in January upholding the felony intimidation charge threatens constitutionally protected speech about public officials.
A former judge in the United Kingdom known most recently for forcing Apple (AAPL) to issue a public apology after calling Samsung’s (005930) Galaxy Tab an iPad copy, has reportedly been hired by Samsung
This just in at TTAG command central: the New York Supreme Court has stated that they will issue an injunction against the new SAFE Act on April 29th—unless the state can prove that the law is constitutional.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court disemboweled the Fourth Amendment.
Smith has taken two DNA tests. Both prove he's not the father of 6-year-old Jayden. "I was shocked," Smith said. "How do you have concrete evidence that says this is not my child, two DNA tests and a confession and I'm still being held to pay for
Even when it is caught on camera, even when it gets him fired, it is still nearly impossible to convict a cop for physically abusing a citizen. A judge found former Philadelphia Police Lt. Jonathan Josey not guilty of punching a woman out in the vide
The five right-wing justices hand Obama a victory by accepting his DOJ's secrecy-based demand for dismissal
A divided Supreme Court halted a legal challenge Tuesday to a once-secret warrantless surveillance project that gobbles up Americans’ electronic communications, a program that Congress eventually legalized in 2008 and again in 2012.
Unless you can prove you're being surveilled in a program the government keeps secret, you have no right to sue
Sometimes it takes genuine injustice to put things in perspective.