...Court of Appeals for a term to expire at the next general election. Honors . . . Wallace Jefferson, former chief justice of the...
District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Natalia Combs Greene received a rare public rebuke last month from a judicial review commission about her temperament. Plus more in this week's column
The chairman of Cozen O'Connor's real estate department is leaving the firm to serve as general counsel to client Liberty Property Trust, the company and the firm said late last week
President Barack Obama has a chance to appoint three Texans to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, and it appears he's playing it safe politically by considering promoting three sitting
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...shooting tragedy of 2005 and in 2002 Roy Barnes' shocking re-election loss. Here are the winners since the turn of the century....
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DeKalb County's top prosecutor found himself in the eye of the storm in 2013. District Attorney Robert James Jr. created much of the whirlwind himself: boldly pursuing murder and conspiracy charges a
...cases, ran and lost in the county's three-way judicial election early last month against two Republicans. Malloy-Good gained 34,884 votes...
A preliminary report of Governor Cuomo's anti-corruption panel has reignited an old debate over whether New York should join the federal government and the vast majority of states and scrap its contr
...to defend. After John H. Ray III had been denied election to the partnership, two Ropes partners agreed to write recommendations for the...
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