In an action not seen in the U.S. Department of Justice in recent history, outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday refused to comply with a court order to release a Vaughn Index of Operation Fast and Furious documents.
The high court prepares to tackle aggressive police tactics, religious liberty for prisoners, and occupational licensing abuse.
Chief US District Judge Brian Jackson has sentenced Sorrento Police Chief Earl Theriot Jr. to probation with no jail time after he lied to the FBI about an alleged sexual assault of a woman under arrest. Theriot will have to pay $2,500.
Lawyers for some of the women involved in the widespread email hack claim Google could have helped stop the images circulated Claim they instead chose to profit 'from the victimization of women'
Judge Woodard "has now thrown the verdict out and closed the case." What exactly that means, what was the basis for the action, is unexplained. Maybe that's because no one knows? The judge offered no explanation for her actions,
Wearing a "Fuck the Police" t-shirt, Michael Burns entered a Broward courtroom with a videographer in tow, preparing to fight the obstructed license plate citation he received earlier this year after he was pulled over for video recording deputi
Tables Turned On Doctor That Medically Paralyzed Police Suspect For Anal Cavity Search.
An 11-month-old baby girl, taken from her loving mother by Colorado authorities after her boyfriend admitted to smoking marijuana, was killed by her 20-year old foster mother.
Two days before Attorney General Eric Holder announced his resignation, U.S. District Court Judge John D. Bates ruled that the Department of Justice must release details on documents related to Operation Fast and Furious.
Thousands of speeding tickets written by four disgraced Houston Police Department officers were dismissed after their ticket-falsification scheme was exposed.
One month ago, United States District Court Judge Clarke Waddoups handed down his final ruling in favor of my clients in the Sister Wives case.
Seattle's city prosecutor has announced a rather novel decision to toss out all tickets issued for the public use of marijuana ....
Florida sheriff's deputies, under the guise of checking professional licenses, raided an Orlando-area barbershop using SWAT-like tactics back in 2010 and now a federal appeals court has ruled that the search was illegal.
Brigham and Women's Hospital was sued over a policy mandating nurses to get flu shots if they want to keep working there.
Ernest Hancock does a live remote with Marc Victor and his sons, Max and Braeden, on their recent course with the Devil Pups; Ernest and Marc talk legal issues in Arizona and get updated form Marc on his recent court cases (FYI - no video archive tod
The court noted even though Cisco developed the system for the purpose of tracking, identifying and facilitating the capture of Chinese religious minorities, Cisco would not be held liable because it didn't do enough in the US to facilitate abuses.
"He wanted to do some domestic travel to other states, and to travel internationally," Deskovic added in discussing what Lopez would do with any payout he received. "He wanted to go to college and to go to law school."
Gardiner attorney Kevin Sullivan announced his candidacy this week and a major part of his platform is making headlines. "I just think that it doesn't make sense to spend money, the state's money, to prosecute marijuana at this point," Sulliv
Every juror has the power to say "not guilty" if they disagree with the law. Every juror has the power to judge the facts of the case, the law itself, and whether or not the law is being misapplied. Also referred to as conscientious acquittal or juro
The government justice monopoly is completely insulated from responsibility for its bad results. It's time to abandon it, and to bring the administration of justice back to the people. Justice must be administered by people who adapt and compete to
But that case would have required a jury to be convinced of his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. This was a federal court in America, so it was no longer necessary.
The dog/probable cause connection is one of the most problematic pieces of legal mythology around. It's a firmly embedded concept, and the Supreme Court has consistently refused to recognize it's as much probable cause as a coin toss,
A report completed by the Office of Independent Review this year has not been made public after the Pasadena Police Officers' Association sought to have it sealed arguing it contains privileged information barred from release under state law.
Justification of Secrecy Is Itself Secret
Hey,Cyndi – if something were to happen to you, or Nicki, or Kelsey, or Rex – do you think it would be considered a hate crime? Probably not – the FBI would love to see you dead. So would everybody else, you stupid Kike.
Perry Co. Judge Dean Wilson is well known in the Columbus area for holding drunk driving trials to New Lexington High School each year as a warning to students not to drink and drive. Wilson is now facing public criticism as he was arrested for
If the police stop you in Pennsylvania, they don't need a warrant to search your car. And soon, you could be in trouble even if they find nothing. The state Supreme Court ruled police are allowed to search vehicles without a warrant.
Nick Olivas was justifiably a bit surprised when he received papers for $15,000 in back child support for a six-year-old child that he never knew that he had fathered.
For operating the 45th Parallel medical marijuana co-op in Ontario Oregon, Esbensen and his professional associate, Raymond Scott Kangas, were convicted of "racketeering" on June 6 following a bench trial.
An internal investigation cleared police officers in Anaheim, California of the 2009 shooting of an unarmed motorist, but the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said a jury should decide whether the officers were reckless.