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How To Dress For A Court Appearance, According To Legal Experts
Lori Loughlin and Anna Delvey have brought attention, once again, to the importance of style in the courtroom.
As Celebs Hit Court In Bribe Case, 1 Parent To Plead Guilty
By Alanna Durkin Richer, AP
Hollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin appeared in court in Boston along with some of the other defendants.
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Political Candidates Don’t Always Tell the Truth, And You Can’t Make Them
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Courts have ruled that state laws requiring truth in political advertising infringe on free speech rights.
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A Law Named After A Brutally Murdered Boxer-Pit Bull Becomes A Model For Fighting Animal Abuse
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“The animal can’t speak for itself.”
Kavanaugh And Gorsuch Confirmations Force Progressives To Rethink The Supreme Court
The new debate is about how best to challenge the court’s power.
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Taunting Tweet By Trump Figured In Ruling Allowing Emoluments Suit To Go Forward
The judge, citing a Trump post, rebuts arguments that the suit will be too much of a distraction for the president.
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FCC Hiding Evidence Of Suspected Russian Role In Ending Net Neutrality: Lawsuit
The suit filed by The New York Times alleges an "orchestrated campaign'' by Russians to corrupt democratic rule-making.
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It's Too Late For The Supreme Court, But Lower Courts Can Still Check Trump
, Guest Writer
The president isn't the only one who swore an oath to uphold the Constitution.
Jeff Sessions Uses Exceptional Power Over Immigration Courts To Limit Judges' Authority
The attorney general ordered judges to stop administratively closing cases, whether they think it's best or not.
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New California Law Protects Undocumented Immigrants In Court
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill preventing a person’s immigration status from being discussed in open court, unless a separate hearing is held to allow it.
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How The Deportation Crackdown Is Hurting Immigrant Victims Of Crime
By Bernice Yeung, Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting
Immigrants are less willing to report crimes or go to court because they fear they’ll be deported, according to a survey.
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Supreme Court Leans Toward Upholding Trump's Travel Ban
By Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung, Reuters
Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy indicated an unwillingness to second-guess the justifications offered for the policy.
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Sean Hannity Defends Not Disclosing Link To Michael Cohen: 'I Have A Right To Privacy'
After being revealed in court yesterday as Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen’s unnamed third client, Hannity addressed the lack of disclosure of what he saw as a “minor relationship” on his show.
Trump Golf Club Agrees To Pay $5.45 Million To Settle Lawsuit By Angry Members
The Florida club breached contracts by dodging reimbursements, a judge ruled.
Victims' Father Tries To Attack Larry Nassar
The father of three girls who were abused by Larry Nassar tried to attack the former gymnastics doctor in court.
General Dies After Drinking Poison In Court
Former general Slobodan Praljak has died after drinking poison in court during his trial for war crimes.
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It's A Sad Day When Half Of Congress Actively Enables Obstruction Of Justice
Writer, musician, Trump Resister, food snob
This is no longer about Trump and what he has or hasn’t done.
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Defendant Sues Judge Who Used Stun Gun On Him In Court For No Reason
"Judges are not allowed to arbitrarily electrocute litigants." (Warning: graphic video.)
Trans sister of inauguration singer wins bathroom ruling
A judge has ruled that Juliet Evancho, the sister of Jackie Evancho, can use the bathroom that matches her gender identity whilst she challenges her school district’s bathroom policies in court.
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Restricting People’s Use Of Their Courts Is Un-American
Consumer advocate, lawyer and author
The right to litigate is critical to any democratic society.
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Trump Challenges The Limits Of Executive Power
Professor Emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law
When Donald Trump learned that a federal district court had refused to reinstate his Muslim ban last week, he tweeted in
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Ruled Against Donald Trump's Travel Ban
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Ruled Against Donald Trump's Travel Ban setting up possible showdown in the Supreme Court
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