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3 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
Poke your head into a conversation about Wall Street, banking and the law these days, and it won't be long before someone complains that the Justice Department and the SEC are too quick to settle, and that too few bankers and other money moguls whose conduct played a role in the 2008 financial crisis are sent to prison.
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7 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
California's system for handing out permits to carry concealed handguns would be overhauled and centralized under a newly amended bill by Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, the leading Republican gubernatorial candidate.
12 hrs ago | Daily Kos
In January, a Ninth Circuit panel ruled in a gay juror discrimination case that laws that single out gays and lesbians warrant heightened scrutiny.
Reversed by the Supreme Court, the 9th Circuit admitted Wednesday that a man's bankruptcy fraud did not free his exempt assets to pay attorneys' fees for a trustee.
Sean D. Tucket and the Collaborators perform during the Oregon International Air Show at the Hillsboro Airport.
On Wednesday afternoon, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed a measure to criminalize abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy - even though the only abortion clinic in the state doesn't perform the procedure after 16 weeks .
Inspired by a true story, "Hold These Truths" takes place in Seattle during World War II, where University of Washington student Gordon Hirabayashi fights U.S. government orders to forcibly incarcerate people of Japanese ancestry on the West Coast.
A former Ohio police captain released after nearly 15 years in prison for his ex-wife's killing can remain free as the state's highest court considers taking his case.
Doug Prade will remain out of prison until the Ohio Supreme Court decides whether or not to hear his case.
The District Court of Guam launched its celebration of Law Week 2014 a bit early by hosting the members of the 32nd Guam Legislature at the U.S. Courthouse on Monday.
PlayMakers Repertory Company will present the regional premiere of "Hold These Truths," written by Jeanne Sakata , today, April 23-27.
Four Iranian brothers who live in the San Fernando Valley are asking two international tribunals to rule that they were unlawfully held on alleged immigration violations for more than 40 months shortly after Sept.
In 2002, the federal government seized Raymond Yowell's 132 cattle and later sold them at auction before the U.S. Bureau of Labor Management sent him a bill for $180,000 in back grazing fees and penalties.
Disaffiliated. Board members of the National Right to Life Committee voted March 29 to change its Georgia affiliate after the Georgia Right to Life refused to support abortion laws that made exceptions for rape and incest.
A mentally ill inmate whose severe delusions led him to believe he was working with the FBI from prison to bust a drug cartel deserves extra time to appeal, the 9th Circuit ruled.
In 1946, five Mexican American families sued the Westminster, Garden Grove, Santa Ana and El Modena school districts for the practice of segregating white students and Latino students.
In June, Humboldt County voters will make a critically important decision -- who will serve as their district attorney.