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10:47:07   Court won't reconsider making public family slain autopsies
2018/04/18   Cosby defense team lobs attacks in court of public opinion
2018/04/16   Court: Man can't be retried for murder after mistrial ruling
2018/04/12   Facebook to stop spending against California privacy effort
2018/04/03   Ex-Missouri governor urges court to allow wind-energy line
2018/04/02   Expensive, partisan Wisconsin high court race nears end
2018/03/29   Large Midwest energy project turns to ex-Missouri governor
2018/03/24   Lohan fails to convince court her image is in video game
2018/03/21   Another key redistricting case goes in front of high court
2018/03/16   California court body has paid $500K to settle sex claims
2018/03/15   Utah teen appears in court in school backpack bomb case
2018/03/08   Martin Shkreli cries in court, is sentenced to 7 years for securities fraud
2018/02/26   Supreme Court declines to take up 'Dreamers' case for now
2018/02/13   Specialist prosecutor for Kosovo court standing down
2018/02/11   Court: Idaho nuclear waste documents won't be made public
2018/02/11   Kushner firm seeks court change to keep partners secret
2018/02/08   Supreme Court blocks some redrawn North Carolina districts
2018/01/12   Court: Yes, there is doctor-patient confidentiality
2017/12/01   Arkansas judge blocks state from issuing birth certificates
2017/11/07   Florida man back at Supreme Court with 1st Amendment case
2017/10/20   Court weighing whether graffiti mecca was protected by law
2017/10/12   NC high court reviews death penalty of man who beheaded wife
2017/10/02   Ohio taxpayers lose right to take disputes to high court
2017/09/26   Pakistan ex-PM criticizes judiciary for his disqualification
2017/09/22   Kenya Supreme Court says why it annulled presidential poll
2017/09/20   Toys R Us files for Chapter 11 reorganization
2017/09/16   3 bank customers in Germany fined for ignoring collapsed man
2017/09/13   Justices allow Trump administration ban on most refugees
2017/09/10   Ohio Supreme Court hears dispute on abortion clinic closure
2017/09/03   Trump nominates White House lawyer to important court seat
2017/08/30   Court: Cherokee Freedmen have right to tribal citizenship
2017/08/27   Supreme Court justice blocks ruling on redrawing Texas districts
2017/08/22   UAE prison time dropped for transgender Singaporean, friend
2017/08/19   Judge refuses to end Roman Polanski sex assault case
2017/08/17   French Designer Wins Court Case in Dispute with Brad Pitt
2017/08/11   A Supreme Court pharma case deals consumers a big loss
2017/08/08   NJ Supreme Court Reverses Decades-Old Divorce Law
2017/07/20   North Carolina Court to Rule on Law on Gov's Elections Role
2017/06/26   Supreme Court limits ability to strip citizenship
2017/06/11   Court records outline hours before Virginia shooting
2017/06/10   With court victory, hand of Brazil's president strengthened
2017/06/07   The Latest: Suspect in 36 fire deaths appears in court
2017/06/05   Bill Cosby arrives in court ahead of sexual assault trial
2017/06/04   Court sides with towns over utilities in tax dispute
2017/06/02   In one state, abused animals get a legal voice in court
2017/05/22   Supreme Court strikes down 2 NC congressional districts
2017/05/20   Ohio Supreme Court justice backs legalizing marijuana
2017/05/13   South Dakota and Flandreau Santee Sioux tribe clash in court
2017/05/02   Indiana high court to take up police unreasonable force case
2017/04/17   Ohio high court will review full autopsies from 8 slayings
2017/04/06   US court ruling could bring more suits over Nazi-looted art
2017/04/02   Bangladesh High Court upholds death for 2 in blogger killing
2017/03/26   Court bars release of videos made by anti-abortion group
2017/03/04   NC governor, legislature head to court in power showdown
2017/03/02   Ohio court considers privacy rights in backpack search
2017/02/24   South African court rules against ICC withdrawal
2017/02/18   NC court blocks law stripping governor of election powers
2017/02/10   Rolling Stone defamation case over rape story back in court
2017/02/10   Kenya court blocks closing of world's biggest refugee camp
2017/01/07   Supreme Court won’t hear Giordano appeal in child-sex case
2016/12/21   Ohio's high court dismisses media lawsuit over bodycam video
2016/12/04   Supreme Court takes up cases about race in redistricting
2016/12/04   UK Supreme Court hears landmark challenge to Brexit plans
2016/11/13   Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama inmate
2016/11/04   Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama inmate
2016/10/18   As time runs out, dozens of judge nominees waiting on Senate
2016/09/26   Court gives fertilizer dealers a reprieve from policy change
2016/09/22   California Supreme Court to consider suit over Yelp review
2016/09/11   Sotomayor calls job on high court blessing and curse
2016/09/08   High court temporarily blocks subpoena over sex ads
2016/08/28   Appeals court refuses to reconsider Wisconsin voter ID cases
2016/08/14   Court again says New Jersey can't legalize sports betting
2016/08/12   Egyptian lawyer, journalist released after prison sentence
2016/07/27   Court reinstates rape charges despite delay in indictment
2016/07/21   Appeals court delay requested in ex-Virginia governor's case
2016/07/20   Arkansas court denies request for new execution law hearing
2016/07/18   Philippine court clears Arroyo of plunder, orders her freed
2016/05/31   Bahrain court more than doubles opposition leader's sentence
2016/05/25   Hulk Hogan, Gawker back in court in Florida
2016/05/08   Spanish court seeks arrest of Putin-linked Russians
2016/04/26   High court won't step into Mich. dispute over harness racing
2016/04/26   Court in Russia-annexed Crimea bans Tatar assembly
2016/04/16   Democrats push McConnell, GOP on Supreme Court nomination
2016/03/21   White S.C. trooper pleads guilty in shooting of unarmed black man
2016/02/08   Court rejects AG Kane's request to reinstate law license
2015/12/20   Japan court gives go-ahead for restart of 2 nuke reactors
2015/12/02   Court papers: Witness ID'd man in playground shooting
2015/11/27   Attorney General Eric Schneiderman names 2 chief deputies
2015/11/19   Perry's indictment in hands of top Texas criminal court
2015/11/03   Supreme Court considers if Pistorius guilty of murder
2015/10/19   US appeals court upholds gun laws after Newtown massacre
2015/10/18   Britain's High Court rules that Uber app is lawful
2015/10/14   Court again considers fate of seized gold coins worth $80M
2015/09/12   Idaho high court upholds law banning horse racing terminals
2015/09/04   Appeals court overturns county's longest-ever drug sentence
2015/08/18   Appeals court won't reinstate 1990 arson-murder conviction
2015/08/17   Pistorius prosecutors file appeal at Supreme Court
2015/08/05   Texas attorney general accused of lying to investors
2015/07/28   Zimbabweans linked to illegal lion hunt appear in court
2015/07/23   Court agrees with tossing strict North Dakota abortion law
2015/07/20   Wife says Chinese rights lawyer being denied legal counsel
2015/07/08   Peterson returns to court in murder-for-hire trial
2015/07/01   High court won't hear Nevada patient dumping case
2015/06/13   Court allows hotly disputed discount contact lens price law
2014/12/31   US Supreme Court takes case, but plaintiff missing
2014/10/27   Former Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor
2014/05/20   Supreme Court takes up case of fired air marshal
2014/03/14   Inmate pleads guilty in prison guard's stabbing
2013/11/03   Washington, DC Criminal Defense Lawyer
2013/06/10   ID court rules man can face felony stalking charge
2013/06/02   Court Upholds Rifle Sales Reporting Requirement
2013/05/21   Court strikes down Arizona 20-week abortion ban
2012/10/26   Retail group against revised card settlement
2012/10/22   Minn. Supreme Court to hear suicides case appeal
2012/10/10   High court looks at race in college admissions
2012/09/20   MacDonald goes to court in 'Fatal Vision' case
2012/09/12   Outgoing NC Sen. Stevens resigns, joins law firm
2012/08/31   Superior court rejects appeal in Pa. double-murder
2012/08/17   Man who killed wife, baby loses appeal in Mass.
2012/08/08   Ga. court ruling could tighten foreclosure rules
2012/07/25   Court rejects Florida prison privatization appeal
2012/07/18   Goldman agrees to settle mortgage debt class action
2012/07/09   Md. appeals court chief judge nearing retirement
2012/07/03   Report: Okla. court shooting suspect delusional
2012/06/07   Appeals court knocks out Job Corps drug tests
2012/05/26   Kan. gov. signs measure blocking Islamic law
2012/05/16   German sues Macedonia in EU human rights court
2012/05/01   Court to decide if deportation ruling retroactive
2012/02/07   Appeals court: Seniors can't reject Medicare right
2012/01/13   Priest with gambling habit facing prison in Vegas
2012/01/10   Nevada Supreme Court reaches 60,000th case
2011/12/08   Political aide to former Md. governor found guilty
2011/12/01   NY court hears hedge fund boss' bail arguments
2011/11/16   Missouri Supreme Court upholds strip club restrictions
2011/11/11   Court says nothing about health care appeal
2011/11/08   Court to look at life in prison for juveniles
2011/11/06   MF Global faces class-action suits after bankruptcy
2011/11/05   Court: Fla. must weigh arbitration in Madoff case
2011/10/28   Man pleads guilty to Picasso theft at SF gallery
2011/10/27   PETA lawsuit seeks to expand animal rights
2011/10/21   Court orders new trial for convicted Cass County killer
2011/10/20   Mom pleads guilty to forcing beer on children
2011/10/17   US House group files motion in gay marriage suit
2011/09/28   Rentech Announces Final Court Approvals of Settlements
2011/09/28   Ex-workers at Fla. foreclose firm get class action
2011/09/26   Wis. Supreme Court takes payday loan case
2011/09/09   Guilty plea for Va. man in $318K Social Security fraud
2011/09/06   Calif. gay marriage ban faces next legal hurdle
2011/08/16   2 enter guilty pleas in GOP corruption case
2011/08/14   Appeals court strikes health insurance requirement
2011/08/12   Lawyer: NJ student didn't mean to spy on roommate
2011/08/05   Calif. court hears appeal on gay juror dismissals
2011/08/03   Appeals court overturns rare Mich. death sentence
2011/08/01   Ex-Schuyler teacher seeks OK to plead guilty
2011/06/13   NY lawyers: Affair with boss led to inside trades
2011/06/13   Court orders reconsideration of parole judgment
2011/06/07   Senate confirms Obama lawyer as solicitor general
2011/06/02   Ark. court upholds conviction in TV anchor slaying
2011/05/23   IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn to plead not guilty
2011/05/21   Maine lawmaker due in court on gun-threat charges
2011/05/19   SD Supreme Court disciplines circuit judge
2011/05/15   Court says FOIA request cannot be used in lawsuit
2011/05/13   LimeWire settles out of court with major record labels
2011/05/07   Disabled lawyer cranks out lawsuits
2011/05/05   4 guilty in $5.2M Medicare fraud scheme in Houston
2011/04/28   Ohio man pleads guilty in abortion-gunpoint case
2011/04/28   Iowa court reverses child endangerment conviction
2011/04/23   Court denies Va. inmate's lawsuit over beard
2011/04/04   Pa. bus firm in deadly NJ crash is taken off road
2011/03/03   Delaware court upholds Barnes Noble ruling
2011/03/02   Ark high court upholds dismissal of gas lease suit
2011/02/03   Dick's settles with former Neb. worker over pay
2011/02/03   Maine federal judge lets class action in care suit
2011/01/18   Court won't hear appeal from NY couple
2011/01/12   SEC charges 4 with insider trading
2011/01/04   Calif. high court refuses appeal of no-burn rule
2010/12/19   Randy Quaid's wife misses Calif. court hearing
2010/08/30   Utah court rejects appeal from polygamous sect
2010/07/20   NY man gets 19 years to life in wife's poisoning
2010/06/28   Bankruptcy judge approves Visteon disclosure plan
2010/06/14   NY woman sentenced for taking $700K from law firm
2010/06/03   US court weighs school discipline for Web posts
2010/05/17   High court rules out life sentences for juveniles
2010/05/10   DA opposes Polanski's request for sealed testimony
2009/12/23   Judge rejects mandatory condoms on LA porn sets
2009/11/15   LV Law firm sues state over mortgage modification licensing
2009/10/19   2 Hudson residents sue General Mills over Cheerios cholesterol claims
2009/08/03   Workplace Bullying Worse Than Sexual Harassment: Study
2009/08/01   Supreme Court Overturns 75 Mil Malpractice Suit Verdict In NJ
2009/04/20   Court to weigh state's duty to English learners
2009/04/13   Davis Polk Recruits Ex-SEC Aide
2008/12/28   Judge: 2 adoptive dads belong on birth certificate
2008/12/18   Appeals court rejects DC missing pants case
2008/12/16   Oregon bank bombing suspect charged with murder
2008/12/14   Court sides with NY Times in anthrax libel case
2008/10/01   Ex-Attorney Loses Bid to Access Legislator's Records
2008/09/30   Homeowner Get 122K in Hidden Cash, Court Says
2008/09/29   Court Clears Microsoft in $1.5 Billion Patent Action by Lucent
2008/09/24   Attorney's Letter To Jurors Questioned
2008/09/15   Reputation Battle Tied to 4th Circuit Nominee
2008/09/11   'We're Not Cougars,' Women Say In Suit
2008/09/08   EU Court Unfreezes Assets of Saudi Charity
2008/09/08   NY Judge dismisses challenge to gay marriage recognition
2008/09/03   Court Chides Judiciary for Relying on Wikipedia
2008/09/02   Landlord Can Demand Gold Coins, Court Says
2008/08/19   Sixth Circuit Upholds Nudity Ban in Ohio
2008/08/14   Truck Driver Sues For Bridge Collapse
2008/07/29   Coalition Opposes Canyon Granite Removal
2008/07/25   New York AG files complaint
2008/07/22   Monkey See, Monkey Sue
2008/07/18   Jr. College Fired Her For Answering A Student's Question
2008/07/16   New Jersey court strikes down sex offender residence laws
2008/07/14   Ibuprofen Strip Search Violated Student's Rights
2008/07/09   Court Shields Bloggers From Disclosing Names
2008/07/02   'Reality' Show Host Sued For Assault
2008/06/19   Court sides with employee in benefits case
2008/06/17   ACLU files suit against Texas juvenile prison system
2008/06/16   Ginsburg Reverses FOIA Denial
2008/06/11   Class Claims Steak House Knowingly Hires Illegals
2008/06/10   Judge Removed From Office For Phone Rage
2008/06/05   Black Public Defenders Sue Atlanta
2008/05/15   9th Circuit Halts Logging In Sierra Nevada Forest
2008/05/15   Supreme Court rules magistrates may preside
2008/04/25   Makers of Paxil, Zoloft Win
2008/04/21   Paper Wins Dismissal Of Libel Suit
2008/04/16   Court Won't Hear Young Killer's Appeal
2008/04/08   9th Circuit Declines Serial ADA Plaintiff's Appeal
2008/04/04   Ohio Settles Lawsuit Over Youth Prisons
2008/03/25   9th Circuit: County Can't Use RICO
2008/03/20   Man Pleads Guilty After Verdict Tossed
2008/03/18   Court Rules in Favor of Wash. Primary
2008/03/11   Miami appraiser pleads guilty to fraud scheme
2008/03/07   US court dismisses suit on Barr's Plan B pill
2008/03/06   Judge Rejects Murtha Deposition Request
2008/03/05   District judge given probation in gun incident
2008/03/05   Supreme Court to Release Same-Day Tapes
2008/03/05   Ex-Westar execs want charges dismissed
2008/03/04   Judge won't dismiss charges against Haditha commander
2008/03/03   N.Y. man guilty of killing family, burning home
2008/03/03   Venezuelan pleads guilty in suitcase scandal
2008/03/03   Kid Rock Pleads Not Guilty to Battery
2008/03/03   Court Leaves Diabetes Drug Case Intact
2008/03/01   Court Looks At Internet Limits
2008/03/01   Law firm violated debt collection statute, federal suit alleges
2008/02/08   U.S. Appeals Court sets deadlines in Peel case

Court won't reconsider making public family slain autopsies
Law Center | 2018/04/25 10:47
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday once again rejected requests for unredacted autopsy reports from the unsolved slayings of eight family members.

The court ruled 5-2 without comment against reconsidering its December decision that the Pike County coroner in southern Ohio does not have to release the reports with complete information.

The case before the court involved seven adults and a teenage boy from the Rhoden family who were found shot to death at four homes near Piketon, in rural southern Ohio, on April 22, 2016. No arrests have been made or suspects identified.

Heavily redacted versions of the autopsy reports released in 2016 showed all but one of the victims were shot multiple times in the head, but details about any other injuries and toxicology test results weren't released.

In the 4-3 December ruling, Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor, writing for the majority, said Ohio law regarding coroner records clearly exempts the redacted material as "confidential law enforcement investigatory records."

Once a criminal investigation ends, confidential information in autopsy reports can become public records, but the process leading to a suspect can sometimes take time, O'Connor wrote.

Cosby defense team lobs attacks in court of public opinion
Law Center | 2018/04/18 10:45
Jurors weren't allowed to hear testimony that Bill Cosby's chief accuser was once hooked on hallucinogenic mushrooms or had her sights set on becoming a millionaire, but that hasn't stopped the defense from airing the explosive claims about Andrea Constand in the court of public opinion.

With Cosby's sexual assault retrial heading for deliberations this week, the 80-year-old comedian's lawyers and publicists are increasingly playing to an audience of millions, not just the 12 people deciding his fate.

They're hitting at Constand's credibility in the media with attacks that Judge Steven O'Neill is deeming too prejudicial or irrelevant for court, and they're holding daily press briefings portraying Cosby as the victim of an overzealous prosecutor and an unjust legal system.

Cosby spokesman Andrew Wyatt has decried Constand's allegations of drugging and molestation as "fantastical stories" and deemed District Attorney Kevin Steele an "extortionist" for spending taxpayer money on the case.

Lawyer Dennis McAndrews, who's been in court following the retrial, said prominent defendants like Cosby almost always play to the court of public opinion when there's no gag order, but that his team's approach hasn't been "particularly effective or convincing."

"It is so strident, and it is so hyperbolic, I think most people will turn it off," said McAndrews, who prosecuted chemical heir John E. du Pont for murder in 1997 and is not associated with either side in the Cosby case.

O'Neill is expected to rule Monday on what could be the Cosby team's last line of attack in the courtroom: whether jurors can hear deposition testimony that Cosby's lawyers say could have insights into what led Constand to accuse him.

Constand's confidante, Sheri Williams, gave the testimony as part of Constand's 2005 lawsuit against Cosby, which he wound up settling for nearly $3.4 million. Cosby's lawyers said that testimony is vital because Williams is not responding to subpoena attempts.

Court: Man can't be retried for murder after mistrial ruling
Law Center | 2018/04/16 05:40
Georgia's highest court says a man can't be retried for murder after the judge in his case declared a mistrial after about three hours of jury deliberations.

Jedarrius Treonta Meadows was on trial in September 2015 for the February 2014 shooting death of Damion Bernard Clayton in Macon.

The judge declared a mistrial after jurors said they weren't making progress and a bailiff said things had become contentious in the jury room. The defense objected, arguing that three hours of deliberation wasn't unreasonable.

The following month, the defense argued a retrial would violate Meadows' constitutional protection against double jeopardy. The judge rejected that in June.

The Georgia Supreme Court ruled Monday that the mistrial ruling was made "without sufficient factual support and without considering less drastic alternatives to terminating the trial."

Facebook to stop spending against California privacy effort
Law Center | 2018/04/12 12:23
Facebook says it will stop spending money to fight a proposed California ballot initiative aimed at giving consumers more control over their data.

The measure, known as the "California Consumer Privacy Act," would require companies to disclose upon request what types of personal information they collect about someone and whether they've sold it. It also would allow customers to opt out of having their data sold.

The company made the announcement Wednesday as chief executive Mark Zuckerberg underwent questioning from Congress about the handling of user data.

Pressure has mounted on Facebook to explain its privacy controls following revelations that a Republican-linked firm conducted widespread data harvesting.

Facebook had donated $200,000 to a committee opposing the initiative in California - part of a $1 million effort by tech giants to keep it off the November ballot.

Facebook said it ended its support "to focus our efforts on supporting reasonable privacy measures in California."

Proponents of the ballot measure applauded the move.

"We are thrilled," said Mary Ross, president of Californians for Consumer Privacy.

The California Chamber of Commerce and other groups are fighting to keep the measure off the ballot through the "Committee to Protect California Jobs." Google, AT&T, Verizon and Comcast also contributed $200,000 each to that effort in February.

Committee spokesman Steve Maviglio said the measure would hurt the California economy.

"It is unworkable and requires the internet in California to operate differently - limiting our choices, hurting our businesses, and cutting our connection to the global economy," he said.

Ex-Missouri governor urges court to allow wind-energy line
Law Center | 2018/04/03 12:14
Missouri's former governor is urging the state Supreme Court to overturn a decision blocking a 780-mile power line that would carry wind energy across the Midwest.

Former Gov. Jay Nixon led arguments Tuesday before the high court on behalf Clean Line Energy Partners. The Houston-based company wants to build a $2.3 billion transmission line from western Kansas across Missouri and Illinois to an Indiana power grid serving eastern states.

Missouri regulators appointed by Nixon rejected the power line last year, citing a court ruling that they said first required utilities to get approval from local governments.

Nixon's term as governor ended in January 2017. Two of the seven judges hearing the case Tuesday had been appointed by Nixon. They didn't recuse but also did not ask questions.

Expensive, partisan Wisconsin high court race nears end
Law Center | 2018/04/02 12:14
An expensive and openly partisan race for Wisconsin's Supreme Court neared an end Tuesday, with voters choosing between a conservative appointed by Republican Gov. Scott Walker and a liberal who drew support from former Obama administration officials.

The race between Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock and Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet was nonpartisan in name only, with both sides eager to win the 10-year seat on a high court whose ideological split has been on public display in recent years.

Conservatives held a 5-2 majority going into the election, so control wasn't at stake. But Democrats hoped to build on a surprising victory in January in a special state Senate election, especially with two more special legislative elections coming this summer.

The race was closely watched as a potential bellwether of voter attitudes in Wisconsin ahead of the fall midterms, although results of past Supreme Court elections have not consistently proven to be predictive of what will happen in November. President Donald Trump won the state by less than 1 percentage point in 2016.

Screnock, 48, was appointed circuit judge by Walker in 2015 and counted the conservative state chamber of commerce, a variety of anti-abortion groups and the National Rifle Association among his supporters.

Dallet, 48, was elected judge in 2008 after working 11 years as a prosecutor. She benefited from spending by a group started by former Democratic U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and was endorsed by trade and teacher unions, Planned Parenthood and more than 200 Wisconsin judges.

Both candidates argued the other couldn't be trusted to serve as an independent voice on the state's highest court because of partisan campaign support.

Spending on TV ads in the race was expected to approach $4.5 million, about what was spent on the 2016 race, according to the Brennan Center for Justice, which tracks spending on court races nationwide.

Dallet ran with a tough-on-crime message, focusing on her prosecutorial experience followed by 10 years working as a judge in Milwaukee. She argued that the conservative-controlled Supreme Court is "broken," and criticized the justices for not adopting a recusal rule forcing them to step down from cases involving large campaign donors.

Screnock said he was devoted to the rule of law and a strict interpretation of the Constitution, arguments that winning conservative candidates have used in recent state Supreme Court elections.

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