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2018/03/08   Martin Shkreli cries in court, is sentenced to 7 years for securities fraud
2018/02/26   Supreme Court declines to take up 'Dreamers' case for now
2018/02/13   Specialist prosecutor for Kosovo court standing down
2018/02/11   Court: Idaho nuclear waste documents won't be made public
2018/02/11   Kushner firm seeks court change to keep partners secret
2018/02/08   Supreme Court blocks some redrawn North Carolina districts
2018/01/12   Court: Yes, there is doctor-patient confidentiality
2017/12/01   Arkansas judge blocks state from issuing birth certificates
2017/11/07   Florida man back at Supreme Court with 1st Amendment case
2017/10/20   Court weighing whether graffiti mecca was protected by law
2017/10/12   NC high court reviews death penalty of man who beheaded wife
2017/10/02   Ohio taxpayers lose right to take disputes to high court
2017/09/26   Pakistan ex-PM criticizes judiciary for his disqualification
2017/09/22   Kenya Supreme Court says why it annulled presidential poll
2017/09/20   Toys R Us files for Chapter 11 reorganization
2017/09/16   3 bank customers in Germany fined for ignoring collapsed man
2017/09/13   Justices allow Trump administration ban on most refugees
2017/09/10   Ohio Supreme Court hears dispute on abortion clinic closure
2017/09/03   Trump nominates White House lawyer to important court seat
2017/08/30   Court: Cherokee Freedmen have right to tribal citizenship
2017/08/27   Supreme Court justice blocks ruling on redrawing Texas districts
2017/08/22   UAE prison time dropped for transgender Singaporean, friend
2017/08/19   Judge refuses to end Roman Polanski sex assault case
2017/08/17   French Designer Wins Court Case in Dispute with Brad Pitt
2017/08/11   A Supreme Court pharma case deals consumers a big loss
2017/08/08   NJ Supreme Court Reverses Decades-Old Divorce Law
2017/07/20   North Carolina Court to Rule on Law on Gov's Elections Role
2017/06/26   Supreme Court limits ability to strip citizenship
2017/06/11   Court records outline hours before Virginia shooting
2017/06/10   With court victory, hand of Brazil's president strengthened
2017/06/07   The Latest: Suspect in 36 fire deaths appears in court
2017/06/05   Bill Cosby arrives in court ahead of sexual assault trial
2017/06/04   Court sides with towns over utilities in tax dispute
2017/06/02   In one state, abused animals get a legal voice in court
2017/05/22   Supreme Court strikes down 2 NC congressional districts
2017/05/20   Ohio Supreme Court justice backs legalizing marijuana
2017/05/13   South Dakota and Flandreau Santee Sioux tribe clash in court
2017/05/02   Indiana high court to take up police unreasonable force case
2017/04/17   Ohio high court will review full autopsies from 8 slayings
2017/04/06   US court ruling could bring more suits over Nazi-looted art
2017/04/02   Bangladesh High Court upholds death for 2 in blogger killing
2017/03/26   Court bars release of videos made by anti-abortion group
2017/03/04   NC governor, legislature head to court in power showdown
2017/03/02   Ohio court considers privacy rights in backpack search
2017/02/24   South African court rules against ICC withdrawal
2017/02/18   NC court blocks law stripping governor of election powers
2017/02/10   Rolling Stone defamation case over rape story back in court
2017/02/10   Kenya court blocks closing of world's biggest refugee camp
2017/01/07   Supreme Court won’t hear Giordano appeal in child-sex case
2016/12/21   Ohio's high court dismisses media lawsuit over bodycam video
2016/12/04   Supreme Court takes up cases about race in redistricting
2016/12/04   UK Supreme Court hears landmark challenge to Brexit plans
2016/11/13   Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama inmate
2016/11/04   Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama inmate
2016/10/18   As time runs out, dozens of judge nominees waiting on Senate
2016/09/26   Court gives fertilizer dealers a reprieve from policy change
2016/09/22   California Supreme Court to consider suit over Yelp review
2016/09/11   Sotomayor calls job on high court blessing and curse
2016/09/08   High court temporarily blocks subpoena over sex ads
2016/08/28   Appeals court refuses to reconsider Wisconsin voter ID cases
2016/08/14   Court again says New Jersey can't legalize sports betting
2016/08/12   Egyptian lawyer, journalist released after prison sentence
2016/07/27   Court reinstates rape charges despite delay in indictment
2016/07/21   Appeals court delay requested in ex-Virginia governor's case
2016/07/20   Arkansas court denies request for new execution law hearing
2016/07/18   Philippine court clears Arroyo of plunder, orders her freed
2016/05/31   Bahrain court more than doubles opposition leader's sentence
2016/05/25   Hulk Hogan, Gawker back in court in Florida
2016/05/08   Spanish court seeks arrest of Putin-linked Russians
2016/04/26   High court won't step into Mich. dispute over harness racing
2016/04/26   Court in Russia-annexed Crimea bans Tatar assembly
2016/04/16   Democrats push McConnell, GOP on Supreme Court nomination
2016/03/21   White S.C. trooper pleads guilty in shooting of unarmed black man
2016/02/08   Court rejects AG Kane's request to reinstate law license
2015/12/20   Japan court gives go-ahead for restart of 2 nuke reactors
2015/12/02   Court papers: Witness ID'd man in playground shooting
2015/11/27   Attorney General Eric Schneiderman names 2 chief deputies
2015/11/19   Perry's indictment in hands of top Texas criminal court
2015/11/03   Supreme Court considers if Pistorius guilty of murder
2015/10/19   US appeals court upholds gun laws after Newtown massacre
2015/10/18   Britain's High Court rules that Uber app is lawful
2015/10/14   Court again considers fate of seized gold coins worth $80M
2015/09/12   Idaho high court upholds law banning horse racing terminals
2015/09/04   Appeals court overturns county's longest-ever drug sentence
2015/08/18   Appeals court won't reinstate 1990 arson-murder conviction
2015/08/17   Pistorius prosecutors file appeal at Supreme Court
2015/08/05   Texas attorney general accused of lying to investors
2015/07/28   Zimbabweans linked to illegal lion hunt appear in court
2015/07/23   Court agrees with tossing strict North Dakota abortion law
2015/07/20   Wife says Chinese rights lawyer being denied legal counsel
2015/07/08   Peterson returns to court in murder-for-hire trial
2015/07/01   High court won't hear Nevada patient dumping case
2015/06/13   Court allows hotly disputed discount contact lens price law
2014/12/31   US Supreme Court takes case, but plaintiff missing
2014/10/27   Former Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor
2014/05/20   Supreme Court takes up case of fired air marshal
2014/03/14   Inmate pleads guilty in prison guard's stabbing
2013/11/03   Washington, DC Criminal Defense Lawyer
2013/06/10   ID court rules man can face felony stalking charge
2013/06/02   Court Upholds Rifle Sales Reporting Requirement
2013/05/21   Court strikes down Arizona 20-week abortion ban
2012/10/26   Retail group against revised card settlement
2012/10/22   Minn. Supreme Court to hear suicides case appeal
2012/10/10   High court looks at race in college admissions
2012/09/20   MacDonald goes to court in 'Fatal Vision' case
2012/09/12   Outgoing NC Sen. Stevens resigns, joins law firm
2012/08/31   Superior court rejects appeal in Pa. double-murder
2012/08/17   Man who killed wife, baby loses appeal in Mass.
2012/08/08   Ga. court ruling could tighten foreclosure rules
2012/07/25   Court rejects Florida prison privatization appeal
2012/07/18   Goldman agrees to settle mortgage debt class action
2012/07/09   Md. appeals court chief judge nearing retirement
2012/07/03   Report: Okla. court shooting suspect delusional
2012/06/07   Appeals court knocks out Job Corps drug tests
2012/05/26   Kan. gov. signs measure blocking Islamic law
2012/05/16   German sues Macedonia in EU human rights court
2012/05/01   Court to decide if deportation ruling retroactive
2012/02/07   Appeals court: Seniors can't reject Medicare right
2012/01/13   Priest with gambling habit facing prison in Vegas
2012/01/10   Nevada Supreme Court reaches 60,000th case
2011/12/08   Political aide to former Md. governor found guilty
2011/12/01   NY court hears hedge fund boss' bail arguments
2011/11/16   Missouri Supreme Court upholds strip club restrictions
2011/11/11   Court says nothing about health care appeal
2011/11/08   Court to look at life in prison for juveniles
2011/11/06   MF Global faces class-action suits after bankruptcy
2011/11/05   Court: Fla. must weigh arbitration in Madoff case
2011/10/28   Man pleads guilty to Picasso theft at SF gallery
2011/10/27   PETA lawsuit seeks to expand animal rights
2011/10/21   Court orders new trial for convicted Cass County killer
2011/10/20   Mom pleads guilty to forcing beer on children
2011/10/17   US House group files motion in gay marriage suit
2011/09/28   Rentech Announces Final Court Approvals of Settlements
2011/09/28   Ex-workers at Fla. foreclose firm get class action
2011/09/26   Wis. Supreme Court takes payday loan case
2011/09/09   Guilty plea for Va. man in $318K Social Security fraud
2011/09/06   Calif. gay marriage ban faces next legal hurdle
2011/08/16   2 enter guilty pleas in GOP corruption case
2011/08/14   Appeals court strikes health insurance requirement
2011/08/12   Lawyer: NJ student didn't mean to spy on roommate
2011/08/05   Calif. court hears appeal on gay juror dismissals
2011/08/03   Appeals court overturns rare Mich. death sentence
2011/08/01   Ex-Schuyler teacher seeks OK to plead guilty
2011/06/13   NY lawyers: Affair with boss led to inside trades
2011/06/13   Court orders reconsideration of parole judgment
2011/06/07   Senate confirms Obama lawyer as solicitor general
2011/06/02   Ark. court upholds conviction in TV anchor slaying
2011/05/23   IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn to plead not guilty
2011/05/21   Maine lawmaker due in court on gun-threat charges
2011/05/19   SD Supreme Court disciplines circuit judge
2011/05/15   Court says FOIA request cannot be used in lawsuit
2011/05/13   LimeWire settles out of court with major record labels
2011/05/07   Disabled lawyer cranks out lawsuits
2011/05/05   4 guilty in $5.2M Medicare fraud scheme in Houston
2011/04/28   Ohio man pleads guilty in abortion-gunpoint case
2011/04/28   Iowa court reverses child endangerment conviction
2011/04/23   Court denies Va. inmate's lawsuit over beard
2011/04/04   Pa. bus firm in deadly NJ crash is taken off road
2011/03/03   Delaware court upholds Barnes Noble ruling
2011/03/02   Ark high court upholds dismissal of gas lease suit
2011/02/03   Dick's settles with former Neb. worker over pay
2011/02/03   Maine federal judge lets class action in care suit
2011/01/18   Court won't hear appeal from NY couple
2011/01/12   SEC charges 4 with insider trading
2011/01/04   Calif. high court refuses appeal of no-burn rule
2010/12/19   Randy Quaid's wife misses Calif. court hearing
2010/08/30   Utah court rejects appeal from polygamous sect
2010/07/20   NY man gets 19 years to life in wife's poisoning
2010/06/28   Bankruptcy judge approves Visteon disclosure plan
2010/06/14   NY woman sentenced for taking $700K from law firm
2010/06/03   US court weighs school discipline for Web posts
2010/05/17   High court rules out life sentences for juveniles
2010/05/10   DA opposes Polanski's request for sealed testimony
2009/12/23   Judge rejects mandatory condoms on LA porn sets
2009/11/15   LV Law firm sues state over mortgage modification licensing
2009/10/19   2 Hudson residents sue General Mills over Cheerios cholesterol claims
2009/08/03   Workplace Bullying Worse Than Sexual Harassment: Study
2009/08/01   Supreme Court Overturns 75 Mil Malpractice Suit Verdict In NJ
2009/04/20   Court to weigh state's duty to English learners
2009/04/13   Davis Polk Recruits Ex-SEC Aide
2008/12/28   Judge: 2 adoptive dads belong on birth certificate
2008/12/18   Appeals court rejects DC missing pants case
2008/12/16   Oregon bank bombing suspect charged with murder
2008/12/14   Court sides with NY Times in anthrax libel case
2008/10/01   Ex-Attorney Loses Bid to Access Legislator's Records
2008/09/30   Homeowner Get 122K in Hidden Cash, Court Says
2008/09/29   Court Clears Microsoft in $1.5 Billion Patent Action by Lucent
2008/09/24   Attorney's Letter To Jurors Questioned
2008/09/15   Reputation Battle Tied to 4th Circuit Nominee
2008/09/11   'We're Not Cougars,' Women Say In Suit
2008/09/08   EU Court Unfreezes Assets of Saudi Charity
2008/09/08   NY Judge dismisses challenge to gay marriage recognition
2008/09/03   Court Chides Judiciary for Relying on Wikipedia
2008/09/02   Landlord Can Demand Gold Coins, Court Says
2008/08/19   Sixth Circuit Upholds Nudity Ban in Ohio
2008/08/14   Truck Driver Sues For Bridge Collapse
2008/07/29   Coalition Opposes Canyon Granite Removal
2008/07/25   New York AG files complaint
2008/07/22   Monkey See, Monkey Sue
2008/07/18   Jr. College Fired Her For Answering A Student's Question
2008/07/16   New Jersey court strikes down sex offender residence laws
2008/07/14   Ibuprofen Strip Search Violated Student's Rights
2008/07/09   Court Shields Bloggers From Disclosing Names
2008/07/02   'Reality' Show Host Sued For Assault
2008/06/19   Court sides with employee in benefits case
2008/06/17   ACLU files suit against Texas juvenile prison system
2008/06/16   Ginsburg Reverses FOIA Denial
2008/06/11   Class Claims Steak House Knowingly Hires Illegals
2008/06/10   Judge Removed From Office For Phone Rage
2008/06/05   Black Public Defenders Sue Atlanta
2008/05/15   9th Circuit Halts Logging In Sierra Nevada Forest
2008/05/15   Supreme Court rules magistrates may preside
2008/04/25   Makers of Paxil, Zoloft Win
2008/04/21   Paper Wins Dismissal Of Libel Suit
2008/04/16   Court Won't Hear Young Killer's Appeal
2008/04/08   9th Circuit Declines Serial ADA Plaintiff's Appeal
2008/04/04   Ohio Settles Lawsuit Over Youth Prisons
2008/03/25   9th Circuit: County Can't Use RICO
2008/03/20   Man Pleads Guilty After Verdict Tossed
2008/03/18   Court Rules in Favor of Wash. Primary
2008/03/11   Miami appraiser pleads guilty to fraud scheme
2008/03/07   US court dismisses suit on Barr's Plan B pill
2008/03/06   Judge Rejects Murtha Deposition Request
2008/03/05   District judge given probation in gun incident
2008/03/05   Supreme Court to Release Same-Day Tapes
2008/03/05   Ex-Westar execs want charges dismissed
2008/03/04   Judge won't dismiss charges against Haditha commander
2008/03/03   N.Y. man guilty of killing family, burning home
2008/03/03   Venezuelan pleads guilty in suitcase scandal
2008/03/03   Kid Rock Pleads Not Guilty to Battery
2008/03/03   Court Leaves Diabetes Drug Case Intact
2008/03/01   Court Looks At Internet Limits
2008/03/01   Law firm violated debt collection statute, federal suit alleges
2008/02/08   U.S. Appeals Court sets deadlines in Peel case

Martin Shkreli cries in court, is sentenced to 7 years for securities fraud
Law Center | 2018/03/08 21:57
The smirk wiped from his face, a crying Martin Shkreli was sentenced to seven years in prison for securities fraud Friday in a hard fall for the pharmaceutical-industry bad boy vilified for jacking up the price of a lifesaving drug.

Shkreli, the boyish-looking, 34-year-old entrepreneur dubbed the "Pharma Bro" for his loutish behavior, was handed his punishment after a hearing in which he and his attorney struggled with limited success to make him a sympathetic figure

The defendant hung his head and choked up as he admitted to many mistakes and apologized to the investors he was convicted of defrauding. At one point, a clerk handed him a box of tissues.

"I want the people who came here today to support me to understand one thing: The only person to blame for me being here today is me," he said. "There is no conspiracy to take down Martin Shkreli. I took down Martin Shkreli."

In the end, U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto gave him a sentence that fell well short of the 15 years prosecutors wanted but was a lot longer than the 18 months his lawyer asked for. He was also fined $75,000.

He was found guilty in August of lying to investors in two failed hedged funds and cheating them out of millions. The case was unrelated to the 2015 furor in which he was accused of price-gouging, but his arrest was seen as rough justice by the many enemies he made with his smug and abrasive behavior online and off.

The judge insisted that the punishment was not about Shkreli's online antics or his raising the cost of the drug. "This case is not about Mr. Shkreli's self-cultivated public persona ... nor his controversial statements about politics or culture," Matsumoto said.

But she did say his conduct after the verdict made her doubt the sincerity of his remorse. She cited his bragging after the verdict that he would be sentenced to time served. And she quoted one piece of correspondence in which he wrote: "F--- the feds."

The judge ruled earlier that Shkreli would have to forfeit more than $7.3 million in a brokerage account and personal assets, including a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album that he boasted of buying for $2 million.

Defense attorney Benjamin Brafman described Shkreli as a misunderstood eccentric who used unconventional means to make his defrauded investors even wealthier. He told the court that he sometimes wants to hug Shkreli and sometimes wants to punch him , but that his outspokenness shouldn't be held against him.

Supreme Court declines to take up 'Dreamers' case for now
Law Center | 2018/02/26 21:59
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected the Trump administration's highly unusual bid to bypass a federals appeals court and get the justices to intervene in the fate of a program that protects hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.

The decision affecting "Dreamers" means the case will almost certainly have to work its way through the lower courts before any Supreme Court ruling is possible. And because that could take weeks or months, Monday's decision also is likely to further reduce pressure on Congress to act quickly on the matter.

The ruling on the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, wasn't unexpected.

Justice Department spokesman Devin O'Malley acknowledged that the court "very rarely" hears a case before a lower appeals court has considered it, though he said the administration's view was "it was warranted" in this case.

O'Malley said the administration would continue to defend the Homeland Security Department's "lawful authority to wind down DACA in an orderly manner."

DACA has provided protection from deportation and work permits for about 700,000 young people who came to the U.S. as children and stayed illegally.

Last fall, Trump argued that Obama had exceeded his executive powers when he created the program. Trump gave lawmakers until March 5 to send him legislation to renew the program.

But in recent weeks, federal judges in San Francisco and New York have made Trump's deadline temporarily moot. They've issued injunctions ordering the Trump administration to keep DACA in place while courts consider legal challenges to Trump's termination of the program.

Specialist prosecutor for Kosovo court standing down
Law Center | 2018/02/13 23:50
The American prosecutor working to bring to justice former members of the Kosovo Liberation Army accused of crimes against ethnic Serbs in Kosovo's war for independence is stepping down at the end of next month.

Specialist Prosecutor David Schwendiman issued a statement Thursday, saying he will leave the post at the end of March because his three-year term as a U.S. State Department foreign service officer is coming to an end and cannot be extended. -

Schwendiman says he issued the statement to make clear he was not resigning or being fired from his post.

His investigations aim to indict suspects who would then be put on trial at the Hague-based court known as the Kosovo Specialist Chambers. Schwendiman has not yet issued any indictments.

Court: Idaho nuclear waste documents won't be made public
Law Center | 2018/02/11 15:29
U.S. officials don't have to provide details about proposed shipments of extremely radioactive spent commercial nuclear fuel to the country's top government nuclear research laboratory in Idaho, a federal court has ruled.

The ruling was a major setback to a lawsuit filed by former Idaho Gov. Cecil Andrus, who had a long history of legal battles with the Energy Department over nuclear waste entering the state and a firm belief that residents had a right to know the agency's plans.

U.S. District Court Judge B. Lynn Winmill on Tuesday ruled the federal agency acted properly in withholding information sought by Andrus in a Freedom of Information Act request he filed in January 2015.

That decision means the documents will not be released to the public anytime soon, but they ultimately could be as another part of Andrus' argument has yet to play out and the case remains open.

Andrus, a Democrat who died in August at age 85, filed the lawsuit in September 2015 after receiving heavily blacked-out documents from the federal agency about the spent commercial nuclear fuel shipments. His daughter, Tracy Andrus, has been substituted with the court's approval as the plaintiff in the case.

The former governor's longtime aide, Marc Johnson, said he was disappointed with Tuesday's ruling in favor of the Department of Energy, "particularly after waiting so long to see what DOE really has in mind for further waste in Idaho."

The lawsuit seeks information about several hundred pounds of proposed research shipments of spent commercial nuclear fuel the federal agency wants to send to the Idaho National Laboratory, the nation's top federal nuclear research lab.

Kushner firm seeks court change to keep partners secret
Law Center | 2018/02/11 15:28
The family real estate company once run by presidential adviser Jared Kushner is shifting a federal court case to a new venue so it won't have to reveal the identities of foreign partners behind some of its real estate projects.

With a deadline approaching within hours, the Kushner Cos. filed papers in federal court Friday to move the case involving Maryland apartment complexes it owns with foreign investors back to state court. A federal district court judge ruled last month that the Kushners had to identify its partners by Friday, rejecting arguments from the family company that such disclosures would violate privacy rights.

The Kushner Cos. had also argued that media coverage of the case was "politically motivated" and marked by "unfair sensationalism" given that the company was once run by Jared Kushner, now a senior adviser to his father-in-law, President Donald Trump.

The case has attracted media attention because it promised a rare glimpse into how New York-based Kushner Cos. raises money for its real estate projects, revealing ties to lenders and investors who could possibly raise conflict-of-interest issues.

The fight over disclosure in federal court stems from a lawsuit that started out in Maryland state court last year on an entirely different matter. That lawsuit was brought by tenants alleging a Kushner Cos. affiliate called Westminster Management charges excessive and illegal rent for apartments. It sought class-action status for tenants in 17 apartment complexes. Westminster has said it has broken no laws and denies the charges.

Supreme Court blocks some redrawn North Carolina districts
Law Center | 2018/02/08 03:27
The U.S. Supreme Court told North Carolina officials late Tuesday they must use some but not all of the state's legislative districts that other federal judges redrew for this year's elections.

The justices partially granted the request of Republican lawmakers who contend the House and Senate maps they voted for last summer were legal and didn't need to be altered.

A three-judge panel determined those GOP-approved boundaries contained racial bias left over from maps originally approved in 2011 and violated the state constitution. So the lower-court judges hired a special master who changed about two dozen districts in all. The judges approved them last month.

The Supreme Court's order means more than half of those districts redrawn by Stanford University law professor Nathaniel Persily will revert to their shapes from last summer. The order said House district changes made in the counties that include Charlotte and Raleigh because of state constitutional concerns are blocked while the full case is appealed, but changes made elsewhere to alleviate racial bias must be used.

The maps containing the partial changes will be used when candidate filing for all 170 General Assembly seats begins next Monday.

Boundaries approved by the General Assembly last August kept Republicans in a position to retain veto-proof majorities in the chambers, which has helped them advance their conservative-leaning agenda this decade. But Democrats are bolstered after successful elections in other states last year. Tuesday's ruling means Democrats could find it harder to win more House districts than they hoped.

Dozens of North Carolina voters originally were successful in overturning the 2011 districts as racial gerrymanders. They subsequently asked Chief Justice John Roberts, who receives appeals from the state, to allow the lower court's directive and require the changes approved by the three judges be used.

The Republicans' request was considered by the entire court and the order reflected division among the justices. Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito would have agreed to block all of the changes to the maps approved by the lower-court panel. Yet Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor would have denied the GOP's request entirely, according to the order.

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