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Photo provided, Wikimedia Commons The Scott M. Matheson Courthouse in Salt Lake City is shown in this undated photo. The building houses the Utah Supreme Court and the Utah Court of Appeals. OGDEN – The jump of an Ogden police dog through an ajar car window while snorting drugs was part of an unconstitutional search …

JACKSON, Miss. Some Mississippi judges are urging people to follow their lead and get vaccinated to slow the spread of COVID-19 – an effort to keep the courts open. Thirteen judges broadcast messages on television and radio, according to a press release from the state justice system. The effort was coordinated by the state health …

Law360 (September 1, 2021, 8:56 PM EDT) – The Arthrex decision of the United States Supreme Court does not apply to the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board because the “end result” of Arthrex resulted in a structure similar to that already in place for the Trademark Court, the Federal Circuit ruled on Wednesday in a …

Exit: 2:18 p.m. EDT, August 28, 2021 | Has been updated: 2:22 p.m. EDT, August 28, 2021 The Chicago mother filed a lawsuit after a judge removed custody of her son after learning she had not been vaccinated. Rebecca Firlit told FOX32 that Cook County Judge James Shapiro blinded her 11-year-old son when he was …

Historic Proposition 22, which provided exceptions to California’s AB5 law, was ruled unconstitutional by a California judge. Under Proposition 22, which was passed in November 2020, delivery men and drivers were not subjected to a test to determine the independent contractor status described in Assembly Bill 5 (AB5 ). The three-part test, officially known as …

23 Aug 2021 A California judge ruled Friday that Proposition 22 violates the state’s Constitution, The New York Times and other media reported. California voters approved the law in the election last November; it allows companies like Uber Technologies Inc., Lyft Inc. and others to continue to classify their drivers as independent contractors while providing …

Judge Karen Fort Hood â–º Update: Public viewing is Tuesday, August 24, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Swanson Funeral Home, 14751 W. McNichols St. Interment in Elwood Cemetery follows private funeral. Detroit Judge Karen Fort Hood, who became the first black woman to chair the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission, died Sunday from a …

COLUMBIA, SC (AP) – A federal appeals court has ordered a new sentencing hearing for a South Carolina inmate who spent two decades on death row. Sammie Louis Stokes was sentenced to death in 1999 for the rape and murder of 21-year-old Connie Snipes in Orangeburg County, The State reported. Evidence at trial showed he …

The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday overturned a panel ruling and upheld Texas Senate Bill 8 (SB8), which seeks to ban a specific type of method of dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion. In a plurality decision, circuit judges Jennifer Walker Elrod and Don Willett wrote that the United States Lower District Court …

The Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a request by the city of Minneapolis for an emergency review of a judge’s order requiring at least 730 police officers to be hired by next summer in order to comply to the city’s charter requirement for strength based on the population of residents. Without providing an explanation, …

Cases involving a high-profile political activist and controversial state medical regulations await the North Carolina Court of Appeals as it returns to regular in-person hearings this week. The state’s second highest court recently announced that it will resume its regular program of in-person oral arguments with the start of its fall session. The three-judge panels …

An appeals court ruled that New Orleans’ 911 system must turn over the financial records that the city’s inspector general had requested to determine whether the call center and its leaders were using public resources properly. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday issued a ruling upholding a ruling. Orleans Civil District Judge Nakisha …

Women judges past and present from across the state will come together this month at an Indiana State Bar Association event to reflect on the history and meaning of the 19th Amendment. ISBA will celebrate the 100e anniversary of women’s suffrage in the United States at the “Indiana’s Bench and Bar Celebration of the 19th …

FLINT, Michigan – Three young Michigan men who were teenagers when they were part of a stone-throwing incident that killed a motorist on Interstate 75 have been put on probation after spending more than three years in custody while that their case was blocked in court. The court hearing on Tuesday ended a saga that …

In a California appeals court, CBS again triumphed over the talent agent who thought Judge Judy Sheindlin’s $ 47 million annual salary was a bizarre deal. The costume came from Richard Lawrence ‘Rebel Entertainment Partners, the successor in the interest of the agency that originally packed Judge Judy. For the agency’s work, Lawrence was still …

The Minnesota Court of Appeals dismissed the owner of Interchange Wine & Coffee Bistro’s petition to dismiss the presiding judge in the two criminal cases against her. In an order dated Tuesday, the Court of Appeal said a judge is disqualified for lack of impartiality if a reasonable objective examiner with full knowledge of the …

Law360 (July 23, 2021, 3:58 p.m. EDT) – A Pennsylvania state judge did not err in ordering the closure of an anti-mask restaurant outside of Pittsburgh while ‘he defied state mask requirements during the pandemic, a state appeals court ruled on Friday. A three-judge Commonwealth Court panel said Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge John McVay …

He observed that the board cannot run a purchasing department if it does not have the power to negotiate contacts. Further, Dull said the change goes against the separation of powers mandated by the Indiana Constitution and state law for the council to raise tax revenue, decide how it should. be spent and now spends …

EAST AMWELL – A state appeals court upheld a Superior Court ruling barring Mayor Rick Wolfe from participating in any proceedings involving a The Ridge at Back Brook because of his personal biases, including his quote that the country club “throws a giant middle finger at us” and that it was going to “make life …

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – The city of Virginia Beach will not be able to request a special election to fill the vacant city council seat after a federal judge said it was not “in the public interest in holding a special election using an invalid system. The order issued Monday by Federal Judge Raymond …

By Phoebe Petrovic, Mario Koran, Jack Kelly and Madeline Fuerstenberg Wisconsin Watch and WPR Chris Kartsounes had heard enough of Outagamie County Circuit Judge Vincent Biskupic’s demands. In May 2017, at his sixth hearing after having already been sentenced — when a case would normally be over — Kartsounes lost his cool. “I’m tired of …

June 21, at United States v. Arthrex, the United States Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 opinion that the Patent Administrative Judges (APJ) of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) are unconstitutionally appointed under clause appointment of the Constitution. Specifically, Chief Justice John Roberts, writing for the majority, concluded that “the non-reviewable power exercised …

Elizabeth man sentenced to 148 years in state prison for breaking into motel rooms and forcing couples to have sex at gunpoint will not receive compensation under ‘a decision of the court of appeal. The Appeal Division upheld the conviction and sentence of Rasheed Powell, 48, also known as Rashid Powell and Rashad Powell, but …

“But the lawyer,” Judge John Owens interrupted, “you can call it judicial abuse. . . you can also call it judicial frustration – where we have a judge who really wants to find a solution here – and in his opinion there has been a dismal failure on the part of the elected officials in …

A federal appeals court in Washington, DC, overturned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s ban on the use of electric shock devices on people with intellectual disabilities by a Massachusetts residential school. The judges’ 2-1 decision this week will allow the Judge Rotenberg Education Center in Canton, Mass., To continue using shock devices on its …

The public normally perceives images of judges as solemn bearers of black robes who, in an often harsh manner, make decisions that affect the rights of citizens on matters of public order and civil justice. Every once in a while, a renegade bailiff comes along who does things differently. Such was Charles “Charlie” Galbreath. By …

LANSING – The Michigan Court of Appeals dismissed the case of a former Michigan State University football staff member after his attorney failed to file a brief to justify an appeal. Curtis Blackwell II, former director of college advancement and performance and camp director for the Spartans, sued retired head coach Mark Dantonio, former MSU …

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services PHOENIX – A federal judge has rejected an offer from Attorney General Mark Brnovich to force the federal government to take over and deport more people who are here illegally and to do so faster. In a 21-page opinion, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton agreed with Brnovich that …

Maryland’s highest courts dismiss state appeals in unemployment lawsuits Baltimore Circuit Court Hears Case Again After Ordering Continuation Of Enhanced Federal Unemployment Benefits In Pandemic Updated: 1:12 PM EDT July 5, 2021 Maryland’s highest court on Monday refused to hear the state’s appeal against the Baltimore Circuit Court’s ruling on unemployment benefits lawsuits, sending the …

An appeals court upheld the City of Richmond’s decision to fire a former police officer who was part of a 2016 sexual exploitation scandal involving an 18-year-old sex worker. In a June 30 decision, a three-judge panel concluded that the dismissal of the officer, Lt. Andre Hill, was “harsh” but “within a reasonable range of …

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Louisiana Supreme Court Judge Jefferson Hughes III admitted to miscarriage of justice and agreed to pay more than $ 2,000 for a 2019 visit to the home of a political agent in Hammond who said Hughes gave him had offered $ 5,000 to change allegiance in the race for a different seat. to the highest …

TALLAHASSEE – Governor Ron DeSantis prevented cities and counties from requiring people to wear masks in early May to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But that hasn’t stopped the legal battles over mask warrants. Alachua County attorneys last week asked the 1st District Court of Appeals to reconsider a ruling in a case regarding the …

The University Chapel on the Princeton University campus, Princeton, New Jersey. Princeton signed a … [+] brief supporting the ability of international students to use optional practical training (OPT) in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields. (Photo by Oliver Morris / Getty Images) Getty Images The legal threat to optional practical training (OPT) in …

It started out as a personal injury claim. A Baton Rouge police officer maimed by a rock during a Black Lives Matter protest in 2016 sued one of the protest’s most prominent organizers. Lower courts dismissed the case, but appeals judges ruled that it should be tried. Then it became a problem of freedom of …

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) – A federal appeals court said on Friday it would reconsider a dispute over a Trump administration ban on bump stockpiles, a device that allows semi-automatic firearms to fire quickly. The decision comes three months after a three-judge panel of the court said a federal judge in Kalamazoo, Mich., should have blocked …

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency launched a review into the best-selling Seresto flea and tick collar this spring after media reports about injuries and deaths linked to the product spurred a congressional inquiry, class-action lawsuits and a formal complaint. The collars, which release small amounts of pesticide onto the fur of cats and dogs for …

Bill pending Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo action would change just a word in the approval process for state Supreme Court justices to remain on the bench past mandatory retirement age 70 years old. But the change would be ill-conceived, costly and possibly unconstitutional, according to a senior state court official who will urge the governor …

Just a week ago, the Pulitzer Prize jury awarded a Special Mention to Darnella Frazier, who, at 17, thought about using her cell phone to film the scene she stumbled upon in Minneapolis – a policeman holding a black man with a knee to his neck. The man, of course, was George Floyd, and his …

A state judge dismissed a conviction for murdering a black man this week, after Orleans Parish District Attorney Jason Williams agreed with defense attorneys who said there had a 1 in 1000 chance that prosecutors would accidentally knock 12 black people off their client’s jury roll. The concession ended a hearing before Judge Rhonda Goode-Douglas …

An attorney for the American-Statesman, arguing in a state appeals court, insisted the newspaper has the right to see the disciplinary records of University of Texas students accused of sex offenses . The Statesman requested the information two years ago as part of a larger USA Today Network investigation into sexual offenses by college athletes, …