iPads are becoming a regular part of the life of a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. They use them on the bench, in chambers and even in foreign countries. The court has propo
A reader responds to "50 Years After Shooting, Warren Commission Remains Convinced Oswald Acted Alone in Kennedy Assassination.
...Judge: Thomas A. Nelson, Jr., the former mayor of New Roads, Louisiana, appeals his conviction for corruption-related offenses, along with the...
...emails, which included flight and hotel itineraries, indicated that Truitt flew to: New York City; Akumal, Mexico; Cancun, Mexico; Jamaica; Guatemala; Venezuela; England; Ireland; France...
Fundamental questions about the reach of commercial-liability policies in massive pollution cases are headed to the Texas Supreme Court, after the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sent an appeal inv
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