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Justice and Judges
Edited by Powell Gammill


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Judge Strikes Down FAA's Ban On Commercial Drones
03-08-2014  •  http://www.popsci.com, By Kelsey Atherton 
The first major victory in domestic drone court. 
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Robert Lee
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Judge Halts NSA Record Destruction
03-12-2014  •  http://thelibertybeat.com, By: Brian Hagen  
A federal judge has temporarily ended the destruction of millions of data records collected by the NSA more than five years ago. 
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Robert Lee
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On the Jon Stewart interview of Judge Napolitano
03-12-2014  •  http://www.dailypaul.com 
As I write this, Judge Napolitano and Jon Stewart are discussing slavery. The beginning of the conversation was started with a common misconception on the part of Stewart - namely, the Declaration of Independence never said anything about slavery. 
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Gina Kynast
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Georgia Court Reminds Cops To Remember The Pretext
03-12-2014  •  The Newspaper 
The Georgia Court of Appeals last week reminded local police officers to act concerned about a traffic violation when conducting a pretextual traffic stop. Woodstock police forgot to do this on April 29, 2012, when they pulled over the truck driven b 
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Powell Gammill
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Mother Sues Gun Shop For Selling Gun Later Used In A Murder
03-15-2014  •  Business Insider 
A Missouri gun shop is facing a wrongful death lawsuit after selling a handgun to a woman who is charged with using it to murder her father.  
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81-Year-Old Great-Grandmother Jailed For 2 Days For Pet Violation
03-15-2014  •  CBS News 
A neighbor took pictures of the dogs running down the street and reported her to Animal Control. The agency slapped Root with a $7,000 fine or she could spend nearly a year in jail. 
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Powell Gammill
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Iraq War Veteran Injured In 'Occupy' Protests Awarded $4.5 Million Settlement
03-22-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com, Agence France Pres 
An Iraq war veteran critically injured in 2011 Occupy protests in California has won $4.5 million in a legal settlement with local authorities, his lawyers said Friday. 
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Robert Lee
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Scalia Comes To Brooklyn, Drops Huge Hint About NSA Surveillance And The Supreme Court
03-25-2014  •  http://finance.yahoo.com, By Erin Fuchs 
Justice Antonin Scalia hinted that the Supreme Court will rule on National Security Agency domestic surveillance, while talking in a packed Brooklyn auditorium on Friday night. 
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Judge in racial profiling case scolds sheriff aide
03-25-2014  •  AP 
A federal judge presiding over a racial profiling case against an Arizona sheriff's office chided the sheriff and his top aide on Monday for mischaracterizing his findings, telling them he's unimpressed by what he called their apparent "double dealin 
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Powell Gammill
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Spain Rules Catalonia Independence Referendum "Unconstitutional"
03-27-2014  •  http://www.zerohedge.com, Tyler Durden 
With Scotland moving ever closer, Crimea having chosen their own path, and Venice overwhelmingly voting for secession from Italy, the Spanish government has put its foot down on the Catalonia's planned independence referendum.  
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Robert Lee
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Teenager Wins $70,000 Settlement After School Viewed Her Facebook Profile
03-27-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com 
The Minnewaska School District and a girl represented by the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota have settled a lawsuit that claimed school officials violated the student's constitutional rights by viewing her Facebook and email accounts with 
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Judge: Probation for du Pont heir in daughter rape because ‘he would not fare well’ in prison
03-31-2014  •  Rawstory 
A Superior Court judge who sentenced an heir to the du Pont fortune to probation for raping his 3-year-old daughter wrote in her order that he “will not fare well” in prison and suggested that he needed treatment instead of time behind bars, 
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Powell Gammill
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NCAA Says Northwestern Union Case Will Wind Up in Supreme Court
04-02-2014  •  http://www.bloomberg.com, By Dan Hart and Dex McLu 
The National Labor Relations Board ruling allowing Northwestern University’s football team to become the first college sports union will eventually be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, NCAA President Mark Emmert said.  
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Robert Lee
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Fighting the Militarized State
04-02-2014  •  http://www.truthdig.com, Chris Hedges 
The Barack Obama administration, determined to thwart the attempt by other plaintiffs and myself to have the courts void a law that permits the military to arrest U.S. citizens, strip them of due process and indefinitely detain them, has filed a deta 
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Robert Lee
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Two-Year Donation Caps In Landmark Campaign ...
04-03-2014  •  http://www.businessinsider.com, Brett LoGiurato 
Supreme Court Strikes Down Two-Year Donation Caps In Landmark Campaign Finance Case  
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But For Video: Your Lying Eyes Edition
04-06-2014  •  Simple Justice 
Between the rhetorical “search for the truth” stuff that’s thrown up when convenient, and the burden of proof stuff that’s hauled out for the same reason, people would likely believe that a video that shows police testimony is false less than accurat 
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Powell Gammill
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Court orders man to remove criticism of cop from the internet
04-06-2014  • 
While investigating a noise complaint, the cop demanded that the homeowner surrender his guns. The homeowner recorded the incident and placed the evidence online to expose the abusive government agent. The man’s act of free speech is now 
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Powell Gammill
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US Supreme Court Endorses Involuntary Servitude
04-07-2014  •  by William N. Grigg (Lew Rockwell blog) 
A slave is somebody compelled to provide service to another. Elane Huguenin, a wedding photographer from New Mexico, was arraigned before that state’s “human rights” soviet for politely declining to provide her services to a lesbian couple planning 
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Powell Gammill
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Iowa Appeals Court Endorses Remote Pacing For Speeding Tickets
04-10-2014  •  The Newspaper 
Police officers in Iowa can now issue speeding tickets to motorists driving on a different street more than a block away. The state Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of Michael Querry based solely on the testimony of an officer who performed rem 
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Powell Gammill
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Judge Napolitano on the Ranch Rebellion
04-15-2014  •  http://www.dailypaul.com, by Puma for Life 
“The federal judiciary should not be deciding what land the federal government owns,” said Napolitano, adding that the feds should have placed a lien against Bundy’s property to collect grazing fees and not conducted a raid backed up by armed agents  
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Feds can hide rationale for killing U.S. citizen, judge rules
04-16-2014  • 
A Bay Area federal judge says the Obama administration can keep secret a memo spelling out the legal rationale for a 2011 drone attack in Yemen that killed a U.S. citizen and alleged terrorist mastermind. The Justice Department was entitled 
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Despite Lavabit contempt order, e-mail privacy stalled in Congress
04-16-2014  •  ars technica 
A federal appeals court is holding in contempt the operator of a now-defunct e-mail service because he refused to abide by a court order and turn over the crypto keys and expose Lavabit's 400,000 customers to the government's prying eyes. 
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Powell Gammill
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Judicial Incentives: Why Judges Won’t Condemn Cops (Update)
04-17-2014  •  Simple Justice 
But in a “Perry Mason” moment rarely seen inside an actual courtroom, the inquiry took a surprising turn when the suspect’s lawyer played a police video that contradicted the sworn testimony of the five officers a furious judge found. 
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Powell Gammill
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New Mexico Appeals Court Upholds Arbitrary Speed Limits
04-18-2014  •  The Newspaper 
Under New Mexico law, the speed limit requires "an engineering survey and traffic investigation, a detailed report which is filed with the traffic safety bureau of the state highway and transportation department." Tarin insisted on seeing the study 
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Powell Gammill
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The Next Shoe Just Dropped: Court Denies Attorney-Client Privilege
04-20-2014  • 
Furthermore, the ruling states that if the individuals do not submit attorney-client documentation as required, then the court would prohibit them from introducing any evidence to demonstrate their innocence. 
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Too Big to Jail?
04-21-2014  •  antiwar.com 
Why Kidnapping, Torture, Assassination, and Perjury Are No Longer Crimes in Washington 
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Robert Lee
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Justice Scalia: 'Foolish' to Have the Supreme Court Decide If NSA Wiretapping Is Unconstitut
04-21-2014  •  breitbart.com 
Thursday in an interview conducted at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg talked about their views of the First Amendment. Moderator Marvin Kalb questioned Scalia about whether the NSA wiretapp 
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Robert Lee
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Nevada: Cars Stopped For a Pebble In the Windshield
04-21-2014  •  The Newspaper 
Nevada's Supreme Court decided motorists can be stopped and searched if a tiny rock scratches a vehicle's windshield. The court took up a case where a police officer stopped a motorist but was wrong about the statute governing windshields. 
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Powell Gammill
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US Judge Rules DoJ Must Release Drone Killing Rationale Documents
04-22-2014  •  http://www.zerohedge.com, by Tyler Durden 
In yet another surprising 'loss' for the current administration, RT reports a three-judge 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a previous ruling that would have allowed the federal government to keep the rationale behind drone killings classified. 
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Court orders U.S. to release memo on drones, al-Awlaki killing
04-24-2014  •  Reuters  
A federal appeals court ordered the U.S. Department of Justice to turn over key portions of a memorandum justifying the government's targeted killing of people linked to terrorism, including Americans. 
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Robert Lee
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