Contested primaries are on tap this spring for both the Republican and Democratic nominations for the sole appellate court judgeship up for election this year
...distribution ring in the Washington metropolitan area. In the...couldn't stand based on police violations of his Fourth Amendment...
...San Antonio, Texas; the California Department of Justice; the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department; and the Virginia State Police. All told, the...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Tony, in West Side Story, uttering the name Maria, styled it "the most beautiful sound I ever heard — all the beautiful sounds of the world in a single word.
A Berks County trial judge has issued what is believed to be the first order in Pennsylvania suppressing evidence based on the U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling in United States v. Jones, which bar
Newspapers and the Internet can deliver much bad news about attorneys and law firms — malpractice suits, defecting partners, trial losses, employee harassment, layoffs or declining profits. Mor
...the exclusionary rule for Fourth Amendment violations, i.e. — to "police" the practice of e-discovery generally by imposing sanctions not simply...
The News of the World phone hacking scandal has spawned a second derivative suit against its parent company, News Corp., in the Delaware Court of Chancery
There has long been widespread consensus that the federal government must reform immigration law and policies in order to address both the need of the economy for immigrant workers in a nation with a
...filed suit in December but has since retired, has accused the Metropolitan Police Department of using “post and forfeit” to avoid scrutiny...
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