A judge has now ruled that Amy Locane's initial sentence was too lenient—she previously served nearly two and a half years of a three-year sentence
The federal judge said there was a clear need to "mitigate the risks of appearing in person to vote."
In an effort to prevent a second wave of COVID-19 affecting Quebec, officials for the city have approved new rules that will allow police to issue fines for people who don't wear masks in public places.
Sheriff Dave Wedding said he was "tired of seeing fires set in our streets" as he announced his defection to the Republican Party.
The pardon power isn't normally thought of as a deregulatory legal tool, but here, it could be just that.
The attorney general said he didn't know what "the law in the particular state" said about the legality of voting twice.
Such conduct is unprecedented for a sitting secretary of state, a threat to U.S. national security and an egregious violation of the Hatch Act, as we argued in the complaint we filed last week with the Office of Special Counsel.
Around 3,700 inmates are reported to be working at conservation camps under the California Conservation Camp program.
Emhoff, 55, a partner at global law firm DLA Piper, "is currently on a leave of absence," according to his profile on the firm's website.
The president hinted at a postponement of the presidential election, but only Congress has the power to change dates.
"I guarantee you red flags are flying all over the place," said Attorney Paul J. Wallin.
Prosecutors can model, for their peers and their partners, what it means to wield power in the interest of racial justice and create sustainable progress over the long term.
When police attempted to remove the individuals from the premises, they became confrontational and fought with officers.
Cleveland's chapter of Black Lives Matter tweeted Wednesday that purchasing more riot gear was "definitely a step backwards in the wrong direction for Cleveland and Cuyahoga County as a whole."
"It is not fair or reasonable for the defendant to stand trial on the charges," wrote Thomas Lane's attorney in a memorandum.
"Officials are commanding cooperation from all persons who have contracted the virus that they follow through with the prescribed health precautions as well as contact tracing efforts from public health investigators," read a Monday press release.
It was said by prosecutors that it was a movie file and was a "category A image", the most severe of categories of indecency.
"Geoffrey Berman was interim," Attorney General William Barr said Thursday. "He was appointed by the court as a temporary U.S. attorney holding the fort."
Congress has a duty to provide oversight of executive branch agencies, including the Department of Justice. William Barr's stonewalling to protect the president cannot continue.
The Food and Grocery Delivery Services Act aims to deter people from canceling food orders as a prank.
Prosecutions of police officers are notoriously difficult to win. The accused officers' likely defense strategies are beginning to come into focus. "Cause of death" will be one important issue. A likely focus for the two most junior officers will be "chain of command."
"Anecdotal evidence we have collected suggests indigent defense counsel often 'buy' case assignments by providing campaign donations," the study said.
A recent obscure constitutional law debate has now burst out into the mainstream.
Tony Evers said Wisconsin had been thrown into "chaos" by four judges as coronavirus lockdown restrictions no longer applied in the state.
Key religious liberty cases arrive at the Supreme Court.
New York now has 524 confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, which has recently resulted in its first death, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday.
Virginia has become the first southern U.S. state, and fourth state in the country, to ban racial discrimination on the basis of hair.
The ex-U.S. attorney Joyce Vance also accused Chief Justice Roberts of "permitting so much from Trump to go unacknowledged" after he rebuked Schumer.