...Georgia Supreme Court recently wrestled with how mandatory minimum sentencing laws treat teen-agers who are caught engaging in consensual sex. In the...
...their activities both internally and externally, Chalifoux said, likening the scheme to teen-agers planning a wild party while their parents are away. In this...
First came Victoria's Secret. Next up on the U.S. Supreme Court's trademark agenda: Barbie dolls. At its private conference on Jan. 24, the Supreme Court will consider whether to grant review in doze
...The lawyer who represents three of the five men convicted as teen-agers in the Central Park jogger case is confident that his clients...
The U.S. Supreme Court stuck with tradition and precedent Monday when it upheld the First Amendment rights of Jehovah's Witnesses and sided with law enforcement in a Fourth Amendment dispute over a p
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