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The Seventh Amendment contains an unmistakable mandate, derived from our Founding Fathers' vision of freedom, that the "right of a trial by jury shall be preserved.
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...when it comes to slots on the court reserved for Florida and Alabama. President Barack Obama's longstanding nominee for a Georgia...
In the 102 cases during the past 20 years in which the California Supreme Court reviewed a claim that prosecutors struck prospective jurors on the basis of their race, that court found error only onc
Michael Suchsland to depart, Susan Taylor Martin takes the reins
Stanley Stallworth, a 50-year-old real estate partner with Sidley Austin in Chicago, has been accused along with his nephew of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old man while the alleged victim was pass
...tough criminal laws — is especially challenging. Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama have the three highest per-capita incarceration rates in the nation, a...
Submitted by Elaine Magliaro, Guest Blogger In November, I wrote a post titled State Policy Network (SPN)âThe âPR Firmâ for ALEC and a Right-WingÂ Agenda. According to the Center for Media an
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...quot;). In 2011, John Johnson, Jr., ("Johnson") filed suit in Alabama state court against several entities, including Weeks Marine and Standard Concrete, for...
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