Two lawyers arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court this month have given new meaning to the phrase "busy holiday season.
...woman, who worked as their housekeeper for 10 years, and with other crimes. Both pleaded guilty to harboring an undocumented immigrant. The money is on...
National Law Journal
Two federal judges came to such widely different conclusions about the government's telephone surveillance program in December that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
...Florida rejected life without parole for juvenile offenders convicted of nonhomicide crimes. But except in one early decision striking down life without...
...s innocence, given that the then-19-year-old confessed to the crime. Another complication: A tornado had barreled though the local courthouse years earlier...
National Law Journal
The U.S. Supreme Court in 2013 confronted the Voting Rights Act, state and federal same-sex marriage issues and affirmative action
Federal trial and appellate judges, typically quiet when they're off the bench, sound off about budget woes, filibusters and surveillance
...by a group of prisoners blaming eight brewers for their life of crime was the most ridiculous lawsuit of 2013, according to the U.S...
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