Many states have banned handheld cellphone use and allow police to issue fines in order to dissuade drivers from distracted driving.
"Nine years for bringing a cannabis-infused vape cartridge is cringeworthy to every American, but that is the reality of travel," a lawyer told Newsweek.
Our immigration proceedings must adequately address the mental health of people who are here to seek protection from situations that are, by definition, traumatic.
Congress should focus on reducing the cost of living and on building an American economy that is stronger, more resilient, and more innovative than ever.
Jaswant Singh Chail, who was apprehended at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day with a crossbow in his possession, has been charged under the 1842 Treason Act.
Johnny Depp and his lawyer Camille Vasquez have been the subject of multiple dating rumors since his trial against ex-wife Amber Heard.
Breakout star of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial, attorney Camille Vasquez has shared more details on the case.
Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks said Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas may not be forced to testify against his wife, Ginni Thomas.
The U.S. legal system's current approach to extradition and cyber crime is not effective.
Overturning Roe v. Wade is only one part of an ongoing attempt by far-right extremists to undermine individual freedom and our democracy. And this latest attack isn't the end.
A perceived setback in the U.S.' commitment to climate change spells bad news on multiple fronts.
The U.S. Marshals Service is asking the public for tips to help find James Howard Jackson, and offering a $5,000 reward.
Marty Singer is one of Hollywood's most famous lawyers, with his clients including everyone from Kim Kardashian and Tom Hanks to Charlie Sheen and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The Supreme Court's decision has inspired Alabama to appeal a significant piece of legislation. This could be devastating for my son.
How do I safeguard my assets so that when I die it goes where I want it to go, and not to any of my husband's children?
The pop star's lawyer said "today was a very good day in court for Britney Spears, and it was a very good day for justice."
Russia's parliament says the movement will "prepare young people for a full life in society."
While many have called for the WNBA star to be released, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said she had "violated Russian law and now she's being prosecuted."
The Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision led many people who are pro-abortion rights to fear what restrictions U.S. states may implement.
Russian officials have so far publicly denied that Moscow is having difficulties sustaining Vladimir Putin's war effort.
The Brennan Center for Justice warned that the Supreme Court's decision in Moore v. Harper could "enable partisan interference in ballot counting."
Can one truly believe that a free society is one in which state governments have power over the most imitate decisions that its citizens make?
Ghislaine Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years for her role in aiding Jeffrey Epstein's sexual abuse—meaning she will be in jail until she is 80.
Ghislaine Maxwell was placed on suicide watch prompting one Epstein conspiracy theorist to tweet: "They are going to kill her like they did Epstein."
Ghislaine Maxwell is due for sentenced for sex trafficking girls for Jeffrey Epstein but "there's very little" she will be able to say," according to a lawyer.
The Supreme Court decision blocks lawsuits against police officers for failing to read Miranda warnings.
Scott Blauvelt also admitted to "other similar incidents of public indecency for which he was not apprehended."
The applicant said he was asked to produce a free writing sample, which was later used by the company.