Jeffrey Epstein's former lover told an appeals court she needed bail due to sleeping with a sock over her eyes because prison guards shine a torch into her room every 15 minutes.
Myanmar's former elected leader, who is among 3,400 estimated political prisoners arrested in an ongoing military coup, said at a Monday court hearing that she is frustrated by delays in the court's response to requests to meet with her lawyers.
Ohio declared the equal status of special needs children, and the ethical wrong of targeting them, as a public statute of the people.
The British socialite is due in court on trafficking charges related to Jeffrey Epstein, including claims she undressed in front of a minor.
Cancel culture feels unstoppable. Every day, it seems, someone makes a public apology, loses a sponsor or has a career ruined—all for saying something that others disagreed with.
Regardless of how well Biden's nominees are received in our 50-50 Senate, the real fight will happen when 82‐year‐old Justice Stephen Breyer inevitably retires.
A Minnesota Supreme Court ruling sparked outrage online after it reversed a felony rape conviction because the victim was voluntarily intoxicated. The ruling exposed a state law that some called out as "victim blaming."
Something clearly is rotten at the heart of the Turkish banking system. Yet a Manhattan court still thinks Turkey is a functioning democracy with a fair and transparent legal system.
The federal government may be looking at charging Capitol rioters with sedition, a crime that few have ever faced but doesn't have the same burden to prove as treason.
Local militias were spurred into action by the "rhetoric of the President, his congressional supporters, and the right-wing media," according to lawyers for Jessica Watkins.
The Biden administration can fulfill the promise to end the federal death penalty immediately and for many years to come without congressional action.
How the last days of Trump's presidency is handled relative to Trump being removed from office or not is one thing, but he must be removed from the political stage permanently.
"Basically, in effect, the ruling would be that you gotta go the streets and be as violent as antifa and BLM," Louie Gohmert said earlier in an interview.
Jeffrey Epstein's former lover wants to be freed on $28.5 million bail and her lawyers are using her role monitoring suicidal inmates to claim she can be 'trusted.'
Legal experts agreed during the trial that Antonio Gozzini "was prey to an evident delirium of jealousy that destroyed his relationship with reality and determined an irresistible homicidal urge."
A judge ruled that The Sun newspaper did in fact have enough evidence to justify reporting that Depp was violent to his ex-wife Amber Heard during their relationship.
U.S. Circuit Judge Barbara Lagoa, one of President Donald Trump's top choices to potentially replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is a practicing Catholic who favors the legal philosophy of Constitutional originalism.
Medics battled in vain to revive the two-month-old baby boy in Arkansas but he was pronounced dead at the scene
Circuit Judge Charles Dodson said that Florida officials "have essentially ignored the requirement of school safety by requiring the statewide opening of brick-and-mortar schools" amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A federal judge blocked new Department of Health and Human Services rules that would have removed Obama-era protections for LGBTQ people in health care, noting that a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court contradicts the Trump rules.
Florida court officials believe the country's first-ever completely virtual jury trial with a legally-binding verdict was heard in a Jacksonville, Florida court on Monday.
Ghislaine Maxwell's depositions were temporarily blocked from public release on Friday, pending the outcome of an appeal.
"No modern president has had this level of impact on the composition of the federal courts," said Jonathan Turley, a constitutional law professor at George Washington University.
"Anecdotal evidence we have collected suggests indigent defense counsel often 'buy' case assignments by providing campaign donations," the study said.
There appears to be a general decline in bankruptcy filings during the current crisis, though most courts anticipate that a wave is coming soon.
As employers adjust to work-from-home requirements, new liabilities can arise that human resources managers have not traditionally had to consider.