While voters' eyes may focus on the top of the ballot, for the Texas judiciary this election, most of the change occurred in the intermediate courts of appeals, not at the state's two highest courts.
David Nosal and his accomplices did something wrong. No question. But was it -- should it be viewed as -- criminal? The Ninth Circuit, en banc, dramatically split on that question in interpreting one
Congress this week will be introduced to the Cybersecurity Act of 2012, which aims to protect crucial American computer infrastructure by giving oversight to the Department of Homeland Security. Expe
...court dismissed their complaint, relying in large part on our analysis in Libertarian Party of Virginia v. Davis, 766 F.2d 865 (4th Cir. 1985...
...in Austin, has received the ACLU of Texas' 2010 Central Texas Civil Libertarian of the Year Award. . . . Randy Johnston...
...of President and Vice President, two pairs of candidates were identified as "Libertarian." One pair was Bob Barr and Wayne Root, who had received the...
...gives rise to a circuit split in light of the decision in Libertarian Party of Ohio v. Blackwell, 462 F.3d 579 (6th Cir. 2006...
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