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Michigan Supreme Court bypasses Court of Appeals to hear LGBTQ case The issue stems from a Sturgis wedding venue declining to host a same-s*x wedding.
FBI agent arrested for numerous child s*x crimes was in charge of investigating crimes against children Lea Skene The Advocate, Baton Rouge, La. A New Orleans-based FBI agent arrested last week on numerous s*xual misconduct charges involving children is now being held without bond in Ascension Parish jail. David Harris, 51, appeared in court Thursday morning for a bail hearing. Court records show the....
Biden nominates 2 Michigan judges to federal bench President Joe Biden nominated an Oakland County judge who would be the first federal judge of South Asian descent in Michigan.
Fox News Pays Record Fine Over #MeToo Violations of NYC Human Rights Law Under a settlement with New York City, Fox News will not require staffers to enter secret arbitration in new contracts for the next four years. The process kept harassment claims from public view.
Bill Cosby Is Released From Prison After Court Overturns S*xual Assault Conviction The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled that Cosby's due process rights were violated when he was charged for a 2004 assault after prosecutors told him they wouldn't bring criminal charges against him.
Supreme Court balks at automatic warrantless searches when police are in 'hot pursuit' for lesser crimes The Supreme Court refused Wednesday categorically to extend the "hot pursuit" exception to the warrant requirement to misdemeanor crimes.
Former DEA Special Agent Chad Scott convicted of illegal property seizure Scott, 53, of Covington, will appear in court one more time for sentencing on Aug. 11.
Affordable Care Act survives third Supreme Court challenge, as case from Trump administration and GOP-led states is rejected The key issue was whether a 2017 decision by Congress to remove the penalty for not buying health insurance — the so-called individual mandate — meant that the law was unconstitutional and should be wiped from the books.
Michigan Cops Raided a Home, Damaged the House, and Held a Family at Gunpoint. It Was the Wrong Address. Accountability is unlikely.
Genocide Conviction Upheld Against Former Bosnian Serb Military Chief Mladic — OAF Nation THE HAGUE (Reuters) -United Nations war crimes judges on Tuesday upheld a genocide conviction and life sentence against former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic, confirming his cent
After NYPD Found “No Wrongdoing” in Officer’s Killing of Kawaski Trawick, a Watchdog Finds Fireable Offenses New York City’s police oversight agency brought disciplinary charges against the officer who killed Kawaski Trawick. While the NYPD found no wrongdoing, ProPublica published footage showing it was the cops who escalated the situation.
Man who threw brick at police cruiser during Grand Rapids riot sentenced to year in jail Andrew James Tyler, 29, was sentenced Thursday, June 10 in Kent County Circuit Court on a riot charge
Over 24 Cops Raided the Wrong Address and Wrecked an Elderly Man's Home. They All Got Qualified Immunity. There will be no justice for Onree Norris.
Court-Martial Begins for Marine Raider Accused of Helping Murder Green Beret in Mali Sgt. Mario Madera-Rodriguez faces multiple charges, including felony murder and involuntary manslaughter.
Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that thousands of people living in the U.S. for humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents. Justice Elena Kagan wrote for the court that federal immigration law prohibits people who entered the country illegal...
A Judge Tossed Out California’s Assault Weapons Ban. Here’s What Happens Next. The state attorney general has already vowed to appeal the decision.
Former Philadelphia Family Court Judge Suspended for 'Blatant and Inexcusable' Conduct That Wreaked 'Havoc' on Litigants A Philadelphia family judge was suspended for six months without pay after a state disciplinary tribunal issued a vicious opinion concluding that her “repeated, clearly improper conduct” was “blatant and inexcusable.”
How the Capitol Riot Suspects Are Challenging the Charges Defense lawyers have complained that some charges do not apply to what unfolded on Jan. 6, and one argues it will be impossible to get a fair trial in Washington.
Federal court halts Biden administration from prioritizing minorities, women for coronavirus relief An appeals court has ruled that the Biden administration can’t use race and s*x as factors when distributing coronavirus relief funds.
Judge Forced Staffer With Cancer to Have S*x or Lose Health Care: Lawsuit Loriann Ludwig has filed a federal lawsuit against Maryland Judge Raymond Strubin.
FBI agent charged in off-duty shooting of man on subway Court records show an FBI agent has been charged with attempted murder in the off-duty shooting of another man on a Metro subway train last year in a Maryland suburb of Washington, D
State of Arizona to begin using Zyklon B to execute inmates on death row Hydrogen cyanide gas, known as Zyklon B, a name given to it by the N***s, was used to kill over one million people during the holocaust. Now the state of Arizona is preparing to use it too.
Justice Breyer’s new warning for Democrats couldn’t have come at a worse time American democracy is in crisis. Breyer thinks now’s the time to scold his fellow liberals.
Armored Vehicle Maker Must Pay $50 Million to Settle Claim it Defrauded Marine Corps The claims were brought against Navistar Defense LLC under the whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act by Duquoin Burgess.
‘I Could Make Up a Fake Arrest and Put You in Jail’: Police Chief Agrees to Plead Guilty to Threatening an Arrest Over Negative Facebook Post According to a criminal information filed in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, the chief, Brian Buglio, 45, of Lattimer Mines, Pa., was employed by the West Hazleton Police Department. West Hazelton is about an hour south of Scranton.
Federal appeals court tosses out challenge to bump stock ban A federal appeals court Thursday tossed out a challenge to the federal ban on bump stocks, devices that allow semi-automatic weapons to fire at a more rapid pace.
Shell Loses Climate Case That May Set Precedent for Big Oil Royal Dutch Shell Plc was ordered by a Dutch court to slash its emissions harder and faster than planned, a ruling that could have far-reaching consequences for the rest of the global fossil fuel industry.
I Cover Cops as an Investigative Reporter. Here Are Five Ways You Can Start Holding Your Department Accountable. Police culture can be insular and tough to pe*****te, but the public can hold law enforcement accountable. Here are important methods and context you need to know.
Former Florida Sheriff's Deputy Found Guilty of Planting Drugs on Motorists Reason obtained body camera footage of the deputy falsely arresting a man in 2019.
Supreme Court rules warrantless home gun confiscation is unconstitutional in 9-0 vote | American Military News The Supreme Court ruled Monday that warrantless gun confiscation from Americans' homes is unconstitutional, voting unanimously on the side of a Rhode
Supreme Court will hear direct challenge to Roe v. Wade The court’s new conservative majority will have an opportunity to reconsider the landmark decision legalizing abortion nationwide.
Jury Acquits Ex-Cop Who Shot and Killed Unarmed Vehicle Passenger After Near Collision A jury acquitted an off-duty former Florida sheriff's deputy for shooting and killing a passenger in a vehicle after the men's vehicles nearly missed colliding with one another. The jury was forced to consider two very different versions of what occurred in a case where prosecutors accused the now-f...
Former Parkland Sheriff Gets New Job Reviewing Parking Tickets Scott Israel was fired in 2019, a year after 17 people were killed in the mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School.
Man who embezzled $819,000 from Grand Rapids church headed to prison Christian Bileth, 55, was sentenced Thursday, May 13 in Kent County Circuit Court
Appeals Court Overturns Retired Air Force Officer's Conviction in Racial Slur Case Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Jules Bartow was convicted of violating Virginia's abusive language law.
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