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1 hr ago | Canada.com
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5 hrs ago | Indiana Law Blog
Internet users will soon have a seat in the courtroom when exceptionally important cases are argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
6 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times
A Berkeley woman whose legs were crushed by a train in Austria six years ago won the right from a U.S. appeals court to go ahead with a lawsuit against the Austrian railroad in federal court in San Francisco.
Then the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to uphold Maryland's similar - but narrower - law.
A federal appellate court says the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes don't have absolute jurisdiction over land that is owned by non-members on the Fort Hall Reservation.
Could paying for bone marrow cells really boost the number of donors? The Obama administration is taking steps to block a federal court ruling that had opened a way to find out.
A man convicted of murder and kidnapping in a 2005 attack on a northern Idaho family was mentally competent when he waived the right to appeal his death sentence, a federal judge ruled Friday.
A court-appointed guardian filed Friday to give up her power to make medical decisions for an Amish girl with cancer whose parents may have fled the area to avoid chemotherapy.
How great would it be if all landmark cases were streamed online? Everyone, from lawyers, to high schools students in a civics class, could see how the court system works.
Austria's national railroad must face a lawsuit in the United States from a California woman who lost both of her legs in a train mishap, the full 9th Circuit ruled Friday.
Outside law enforcement experts are giving BART police high marks for changes the transit agency has made since one of its officers fatally shot a man at an Oakland station on New Year's Day 2009.
SUNSET FOR REC FEES? If you're just driving through the Los Padres National Forest to take a hike or have a roadside picnic, you may no longer need an Adventure Pass, as a court decision from Arizona said recreational fees aren't necessary if you aren't using amenities.
Armed with a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, a federal appeals court on Monday will revisit a controversial legal challenge to California's law allowing collection of DNA samples from anyone arrested for a felony.
A convicted serial killer, who kidnapped and murdered a 10-year-old Beaumont boy in 1997, was found competent Friday, Dec. 6, by an Idaho federal judge which could clear him for execution.
Television viewers who find political ads more infuriating than enlightening will welcome a federal appeals court's ruling that Congress has the power to ban such advertising from public TV and radio stations "in order to preserve the essence of public broadcast programming."
A federal appeals court on Thursday appeared to side with homeless advocates in a challenge to a Los Angeles law that bars people from living in their vehicles on public streets and parking lots.