The University of Pennsyl?vania Law School is launching a center dedicated to policy and research of the U.S. criminal justice system with the help of a $15 million donation from investment banker Fr
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down an Arizona law that required residents to provide proof of citizenship when using federal forms to register to vote
Three Duke lacrosse players who were charged with raping a stripper were exonerated on all criminal charges six years ago, but their civil suit against the City of Durham lives on—now the cente
...organizations provide detailed financial and contributor information. “[The committee] does not explain how ongoing reporting impinges its associational rights. But it does...
National Law Journal
The Supreme Court gave something to both sides in a closely watched dispute over so-called "pay to delay" agreements between brand-name and generic drug manufacturers that put off the production of g
...additional information beyond what is required by the federal form, "it does not preclude States from 'denying registration based on information in their...
...to require arbitrators and counsel to be drawn from separate pools, as does the Court of Arbitration for Sport and the model treaty of the...
Concerns about the allocation of possible excess cash appear to have held up for now the proposed $1.6 billion settlement between Toyota and consumers asserting economic damages tied to sudden accele
...face capital murder charges for the same crime. The chief public defender does not have enough capital-certified lawyers to represent them and does not...
Improper involvement by a judge in plea bargaining doesn't automatically mean a guilty plea must be tossed out, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday. The high court called remarks by a federal ma
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