ATF agents had themselves a fine CI, and it would be a shame to waste him. So they brought him from Miami to Phoenix, paid him $100 a day and instructed him to hang around in bars and see if he can find someone willing to commit a crime.
Remember former UC-Davis police officer John Pike? That's him in the video above casually pepper-spraying a group of students peacefully protesting a tuition hike back in 2011.
An appellate court has finally supplied an answer to an open question left dangling by the Supreme Court in 2012: Do law enforcement agencies need a probable-cause warrant to affix a GPS tracker to a target’s vehicle?
Judge Coker communicated information about the Reeves case to the assistant district attorney prosecuting the case; to suggest questions for the prosecutor to ask during the trial; to ensure that a prior witness was able to rehabilitate his testimony
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked the Obama administration to weigh in on a case that raises whether bank secrecy laws protect Arab Bank Plc from turning over documents in lawsuits in U.S. courts. The high court, which is considering whether
A woman in Missouri is being thrust before a judge because she showed up for jury duty with her breastfed child, and that’s because she had no one else to care for her young infant.
The Kansas Supreme Court unanimously decided to indefinitely suspend the law license of Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline, best known for aggressively attacking Planned Parenthood and abortion-provider George Tiller after being elected.
Warning against the long-term ramifications of treating young people as if they have no rights, the Rutherford Institute asked the Supreme Court to declare the use of random lockdowns, mass searches and drug-sniffing dogs in schools unconstitutional
The reason federal prosecutors are keeping mum, and violating federal rules requiring the government to tell defendants where evidence was obtained, is such a concession would pave the way for a challenge to the constitutionality of the surveillance
The operator of the popular file-sharing service isoHunt, which the courts have declared a massive copyright scofflaw, is shutting down to settle a long-running lawsuit from the Motion Picture Association of America, according to court records lodged
Not long after widespread NSA phone surveillance was revealed the Electronic Privacy Information Center tried a bold and novel legal tactic: it appealed straight to the Supreme Court, asking for an immediate shutdown of the program.
A secret surveillance court that has been criticized for approving the vast majority of the government’s applications to spy on suspected terrorists and other targets reported the government had revamped roughly one-fourth of its requests
Charging that more than $300,000 was stolen from her accounts, the author Naomi Wolf has filed a lawsuit accusing her bank of negligently failing to protect her money.
Assuming, as many a savvy American would, that the federal government is liable to eventually want to monitor and record your personal electronic communication, is there not an expectation that when the cellphone is off the surveillance is suspended?
"This post has been on my mind for some time, and finally I feel that I can share it with you all, as the dismissal of the case was filed today.
An upcoming trial could change the way the FAA deals with unmanned aircraft.
An appeals court has ruled that a 10 year old Ohio Amish child can be forced to resume chemotherapy against her parents wishes.
In the legal fight between IBM and Amazon to build a private cloud for the CIA, Amazon has emerged the winner.
A post by United States District Judge Richard Kopf in which he says, "The drug crimes prosecuted in the federal courts are always violent, and I mean that literally. When you distribute a substance that you know is poison to another person
In 1994, the court ruled Miller was legally dead, 8 years after he disappeared. The same judge ruled Miller is still dead, in the eyes of the law. Miller's request for a reversal came well after the 3-year legal limit for changing a death ruling, the
A Florida man has attempted a rather unusual stance in court that should definitely be raising some eyebrows about the United States government's "legal" system and its standards of "justice." After allegedly sneaking up on three of his neighbo
Naked Juice fans who bought bottles of the beverage in the last six years could get up to $75 in payments from a $9 million class action settlement fund after plaintiffs questioned the company’s claims of “100 percent juice,” “all natural” .....
Former Democratic congressman and Auditor General Don Bailey, 68, had his law license suspended for five years by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for allegations and criticism directed at judges in the state. Bailey denounced the ruling
Bryan Tann joins Marc Victor, Mike Wasdin and Ed Vanderlee on The Attorney For Freedom Show Today.
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The second phase of BP's civil trial in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill began Monday in New Orleans with lawyers claiming the company failed in its preparations.
Mr. Nacchio still believes his insider-trading prosecution was government retaliation for rebuffing requests in 2001 from the NSA to access his customers' phone records. His plans to use that belief as a defense at trial never materialized
Earlier this month, the Illinois Supreme Court struck down a state ban on carrying a firearm in public.
Tyranny experienced first hand and common knowledge in the legal community that is doing nothing to solve it. Attorneys continue to collect huge fees while Judges play God with the lives of million.
An admitted rapist and former high school teacher in Montana was released today after serving a 30-day prison sentence for raping a 14-year-old girl who later committed suicide. Stacey Rambold, 54, left the Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge afte