Ben Swann, Luke Rudowski, Tatiana Moroz, Jeff Berwick, Josh Tolley, Angela Keaton, Jordan Page, Bob Murphy and Joby Weeks talk about a new public awareness campaign they have begun to encourage jury nullification. it is called "Just Us".
A federal judge has refused Attorney General Eric Holder's request that he be allowed to proceed now with an appeal in a case where the House of Representatives is seeking to enforce subpoenas for documents related to the controversial Operation Fast
The Supreme Court refused an unusual petition Monday from a privacy group that sought to stop the National Security Agency from collecting the telephone records of millions of Verizon customers.
The director of national intelligence on Monday night released what appeared to be the original court document authorizing the National Security Agency to conduct sweeping collections of Americans’ communications records for counterterrorism purposes
Hammond told his sentencing judge, whose husband’s email was included among the hacked but still remained on the case, appearance of partiality not being a concern apparently, that his hacking was “acts of civil disobedience.”
Costa Rica judge sentences 2 bodyguards at Bundchen-Brady wedding to prison
MGM and the producer of the James Bond movies have finally acquired all of the rights to the 007 franchise.
A couple has been fined $3,500 and had their credit score dinged after writing a negative review online about an online retailer that never sent them the products they ordered.
Eight years after a group of authors and publishers sued Google for scanning more than 20 million library books without the permission of rights holders, a federal judge has ruled that the web giant’s sweeping book project stayed within the bounds of
A former soldier who conducted two tours of duty in Iraq gave a Tedx talk last month from prison where he described how the army taught him to harness an uncontrollable rage and how it ultimately led him to become, what one judge termed, a “threat to
The saga of the 2d Circuit panel’s bizarre war with Judge Shira Scheindlin in the stop & frisk cases, Ligon and Floyd, continues to spiral out of control, as the judge and both plaintiffs have sought to undo the ruling.
The Georgia Court of Appeals has ordered new trials for five men convicted of serious crimes in Fayette County because their trial judge was having an undisclosed affair with the defendants’ public defender.
In 2010, the New York Court of Appeals held that as long as the police were justified in shooting the bad guy, they could shoot anybody else in the area as well.
For the First Time Ever, a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man
Red Bull is being sued for wrongful death after a healthy 33-year-old man collapsed dead on a basketball court after gulping the high-caffeine drink.
By concluding, sua sponte, that Judge Scheindlin ”ran afoul” of the Code of Conduct, Canons 2 and 3(C)(1), suggesting that there was both an actual and intentional breach of her ethical duties, the removal goes beyond some amorphous holding
Recently, a small town Pennsylvania doctor was denied the right of access to information about specific chemical types and quantities used in fracking to better handle poisoned patients or warn them of the toxic potentials from fracking well sites ne
It appears that there isn’t a single, credible voice that wasn’t astounded and offended by the 2nd Circuit’s needless and brutal sua sponte attack on Judge Shira Scheindlin in the process of granting a stay to the City in Floyd v. City of New York.
Shannon Renee McNeal was torn from her screaming children by police who were seeking a woman with a similar name — a woman who they should have known had been murdered seven months before.
“Ready” and “Latta” refer to the names of women to whom the defendant, Crawford, allegedly sold eight-balls of crack monthly for years. While Crawford wasn’t charged with the sales, the government wanted him to pay for them nonetheless
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In a brief opinion, three judges of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting in the Thurgood Marshall Courthouse (thrown in simply for the irony) smacked Southern District of New York Judge Shira Schiendlin for telling the truth. She said:
Somebody give this guy a medal!
The last argument in the officers’ arsenal was the inexhaustibly useful doctrine of “qualified immunity,” the unfailing legal shield of uniformed abusers. U.S. District Court Judge Edward Lodge granted their motion to dismiss the suit, ruling the
Supporters of Obamacare, including the president himself, say that once the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the law's individual mandate wasn't a mandate at all, but a tax, and therefore lawful under the Constitution, that was the end of it.
Penn State has announced that it is paying $59.7 million to 26 young men to settle claims of child sexual abuse at the hands of former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
The Supreme Court has good news for the makers of graphically violent video games and bad news for the makers of Super Mario Boners.
In State v. Terrence Miller, 4 state supreme court justices—over a lone dissent—affirmed the conviction of a man indicted on drug charges who met his lawyer for the first time for a few minutes in a stairwell at the courthouse on the morning of trial
Judge Ballew tried to explain her reasoning. The reporter asked her what if the child had been named Jesus, a popular name in the Spanish speaking community. The judge stammered, finally declaring that to be irrelevant.
The magistrate last month rejected Beene's motion to suppress the evidence, arguing the driveway is not a space protected by the Fourth Amendment.