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4 hrs ago | What About Clients?
Back in olden times, I wrote my first law review article on a U.S. Supreme Court decision, Time, Inc. v.
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8 hrs ago | KISU-TV Pocatello
The first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court talked with host Marcia Franklin about her current interests - civic education for children, judicial independence, and fly fishing.
12 hrs ago | TheDenverChannel
Aereo, the Internet-based television service that was ordered shut down in Denver and Utah pending a court battle over copyright law, turned its service in those areas on Saturday morning.
This time next year, voters will be signing nominating petitions for candidates for Greene County judge.
A new TV campaign is trying to rally public opinion to pressure the U.S. Supreme Court to allow video cameras to record the proceedings.
Fifty years ago, Lyndon Johnson began the War on Poverty and proclaimed his vision for a Great Society, civil rights workers were killed in Mississippi during Freedom Summer, and the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution paved the way toward steep troop escalations in Southeast Asia.
A defense attorney for capital murder defendant Phillip D. Cheatham Jr. said Friday that Cheatham's case should be dismissed because capital punishment in Kansas is unconstitutional due to it being racially discriminatory.
On Feb. 25 the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in Walden v. Fiore 1 dealing with constitutional Due Process boundaries on a court's exercise of personal jurisdiction over a litigant.
In a unanimous decision, the state's highest court found that Elaine Huguenin, co-owner of Elane Photography in Albuquerque, violated state law when she turned away Vanessa Willock and her partner in 2006 on the grounds that photographing the same-sex couple's wedding ceremony would violate her religious beliefs.
Last week, footage of a U.S. Supreme Court hearing was posted on YouTube . This week, U.S. Supreme Court reporter Mark Walsh , writing for SCOTUSblog , noticed some "security tweaks" to Supreme Court security procedures.
Attorneys for the man charged with mass murder for shooting dozens of people at a Colorado movie theater have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to force a reporter to reveal confidential sources she used for a story about the massacre.
Four gay couples from southern Indiana sued the state Friday, seeking to force Indiana to recognize same-sex marriages from out of state and issue licenses to same-sex couples.
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Today is Friday, March 7, the 66th day of 2014. There are 299 days left in the year.
The US Supreme Court has opened the door to expanded police abuses and violations of the constitutional rights of ordinary Americans.
Today is Thursday, March 6, the 65th day of 2014. There are 300 days left in the year.