News Court Dismisses Challenge Of Conviction Based On Discredited Pathologist's Testimony
The government effectively argued that its witness was so notorious that the defense should have raised his incompetency at trial. It succeeded.
News NJ Student's Feud With Her Parents Headed to Court
A northern New Jersey honor student is suing her parents for financial support and to force them to pay for her college.
News Police hid use of cell phone tracking device from judge because of NDA
A police department in Florida failed to tell judges about its use of a cell phone tracking tool "because the department got the device on loan and promised the manufacturer to keep it all under wraps," the American Civil Liberties Union said.
News The Kaley Forfeiture Decision: What It Looks Like When The Feds Make Their Ham Sandwich
The question presented was not whether assets can be frozen before trial it's old news that they can or whether they can be frozen even if it deprives the defendant of the ability to pay counsel. The question presented was whether the defendant c
News Judge accuses woman with Down syndrome of not acting like a victim in rape trial
A Georgia Court of Appeals judge is being criticized for ordering a new trial for a man convicted of raping a woman with Down syndrome. According to his ruling, Judge Christopher McFadden claimed that a new trial was necessary because the unnamed vic
News Supreme Court Rules Police May Search A Home Without Obtaining A Warrant
If the most disturbing, if underreported, news from yesterday, was Obama's "modification" of NSA capabilities, which contrary to his earlier promises, was just granted even greater powers as phone recording will now be stored for even longer than pre
News Strategic lawsuit against public participation
A strategic lawsuit against public participation (SLAPP) is a lawsuit that is intended to censor, intimidate, and silence critics by burdening them with the cost of a legal defense until they abandon their criticism or opposition.
News Teen In Medical Dispute Sent To Foster Care
The state of Massachusetts took charge of Justina Pelletier as her parents and doctors at Childrens Hospital continue to clash over her diagnosis and treatment. The teens mom broke down in court. Paramedics wheeled Linda Pelletier from
News Utah judge cites she said, he said when giving probation to jailer who admitted sex abuse
David Epperson admitted he touched the bare breasts of 2 female inmates and touched the genital area of one of them. However, US District Judge David Sam repeatedly questioned the victims credibility before sentencing Epperson to probation
News Tennessee Supreme Court Says Cops Can Ignore Sobriety Test
The Tennessee Supreme Court decided the only use for roadside sobriety tests is to collect evidence AGAINST motorists, using them to convict individuals for driving under the influence of alcohol. Overturned a decision that a driver who passed tests
News Former Pittsburgh police chief's sentencing a tough call for judge
When former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik -- who once ran the Big Apple lockup Rikers Island -- walked into a federal penitentiary as a prisoner in 2010, it was, he said, like "dying with your eyes open."
News Support Your Local Slave Patrol
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That conviction was upheld by the Arizona Court of Appeals, which ruled that although the arrest was unwarranted and illegal, Bear had engaged in an illegal act of self-help by refusing to submit to abduction with appropriate meekness.
News PIRATE ALERT: PINAL JUSTICE COURT JUDGE RELIEVED OF DUTIES
AZ Supreme Court - Administrative Orders
Since January 9, 2014, it has become clear that deficiencies in the Maricopa Municipal Court and Maricopa Justice Court are far worse than those reported in the December 2013 audit findings. Both courts financial, recordkeeping, and case management
News Pennsylvania judge sentenced to 28 years in prison for selling teens to prisons.
Disgraced Pennsylvania judge Mark Ciavarella Jr has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for conspiring with private prisons to sentence juvenile offenders to maximum sentences for bribes and kickbacks...
News Why a Railroad Merger May Get the Supreme Court to Rule on NSA Spying
There are some events that bookies wont accept wagers on, because the outcome is considered all but certain.
Headlines: Why a Railroad Merger May Get the Supreme Court to Rule on NSA Spying -- Judge Who Jailed Ukraine Protesters Shot Dead -- Pennsylvania judge sentenced to 28 years in prison for selling teens to prisons. -- PIRATE ALERT: PINAL JUSTICE COURT JUDGE RELIEVED OF DUTIES -- Support Your Local Slave Patrol -- Former Pittsburgh police chief's sentencing a tough call for judge -- Tennessee Supreme Court Says Cops Can Ignore Sobriety Test -- Utah judge cites she said, he said when giving probation to jailer who admitted sex abuse -- Teen In Medical Dispute Sent To Foster Care -- Strategic lawsuit against public participation -- Supreme Court Rules Police May Search A Home Without Obtaining A Warrant -- Judge accuses woman with Down syndrome of not acting like a victim in rape trial -- The Kaley Forfeiture Decision: What It Looks Like When The Feds Make Their Ham Sandwich -- Police hid use of cell phone tracking device from judge because of NDA -- NJ Student's Feud With Her Parents Headed to Court -- Court Dismisses Challenge Of Conviction Based On Discredited Pathologist's Testimony -- Judge Strikes Down FAA's Ban On Commercial Drones --