Judge Napolitano Reacts to NY Times Criticism "Either We Have a 2nd Amendment or We Don't"
Walker timely appeared in court as required. He had not yet hired an attorney. Judge Campbell called Walker to the bench. Upon learning that Walker had not yet hired a lawyer, she raised Walker’s $10,000 bond to $100,000 and had him jailed.
The President Barack Obama administration’s surveillance strategy in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision that the installation of a GPS tracker on a vehicle amounted to a search under the Fourth Amendment remains “privileged and confidential,”
Manning’s lawyers had argued evidence regarding the soldier’s motivation for illicitly passing the confidential documents to WikiLeaks should be heard at trial, but judge Denise Lind largely threw out the request. In what amounts to a boost for th
Officials at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology declined to support a petition last fall from Aaron Swartz's attorneys that could have helped the well-known Internet activist avoid prison, one of his attorneys told The Huffington Post Monday.
We previously discussed how the Justice Department hounded Aaron Swartz in a prosecution that sought 35 years in prison for his effort to make academic papers available to the public —
A Georgia man arrested after video recording a traffic stop, was found not guilty of an obstruction charge, but the judge could have easily gone the other way, despite the video evidence that showed he didn’t come close to obstructing.
The New York Times reports today that one person will be watching Lance Armstrong's Thursday interview on Oprah interview very closely: Thomas Weisel, co-owner of the disgraced cyclist's U.S. Postal Service Team.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that British Airways violated an employee’s right to freedom of religion by firing her for wearing a crucifix at work.
Check out Drake at "66" it's 2 hours long but he explains the forces behind the banking resignations and how they will be brought to justice.
It’s been finally carved in kryptonite: Superman officially belongs to Warner Bros. An appeals court has granted complete commercial control of the iconic Superman franchise to one of the major film studios.
A federal judge has rejected an attempt by the Obama administration to use secret evidence to derail a former Stanford student's attempt to challenge her inclusion on the government's no-fly list, Bob Egelko of The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The military judge presiding over the government’s prosecution of Private first class Bradley Manning agreed to take 112 days off the accused WikiLeaks source’s eventual sentence on grounds that he was subjected to unlawful pretrial punishment.
"With respect to Private Manning, I have actually asked the Pentagon whether or not the procedures that have been taken in terms of his confinement are appropriate and are meeting our basic standards. They assure me that they are." - Barack Obama
A public school district in Texas can require students to wear locator chips when they are on school property, a federal judge ruled on Tuesday in a case raising technology-driven privacy concerns among liberal and conservative groups alike. U.S.
An Army private suspected of sending reams of classified documents to the secret-sharing WikiLeaks website was illegally punished at a Marine Corps brig and should get 112 days cut from any prison sentence he receives if convicted, a military judge r
A Michigan Supreme Court justice announced plans to step down from the bench after a judicial watchdog accused her of "blatant and brazen" ethics violations in a series of real-estate deals and filed an emergency petition for her suspension.
A Florida man who has served a prison sentence for threatening to kill President George W. Bush is awaiting sentencing for threats against President Obama.
I currently went to the high courts bringing numerous judges and their disregard of the separations of powers doctrine, abuse of judicial discretion, oppression under color of office.etc. They have done everything in their power to supress their actiRead Letter
The US leader of Internet piracy group IMAGiNE, which for two years distributed unauthorized versions of theatrical films online, has been sentenced to five years in jail.
A federal judge ruled in favor of secretive U.S. drone strikes Wednesday, stating that attacks killing civilians, including U.S. citizens, can remain shrouded in mystery.
A federal judge in Manhattan refused to require the Justice Dept to disclose a memorandum providing the legal justification for the targeted killing of a United States citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki, who died in a drone strike in Yemen in 2011.
California and Illinois on Tuesday joined four others in becoming the union’s only states barring employers from demanding that employees fork over their social-media passwords.
Ford said she was cursing to herself in frustration over the process of clearing up an old traffic ticket; on her second trip to the county clerk’s office to pay the $50 fine on Dec. 18, District Court Judge Dennis Wiley ordered she be arrested and p
Stacy Lynne of Larimer County (Ft. Collins), Colorado, has been desperately alerting her community to the ICLEI form of totalitarianism which has been systematically invading her community for the past 18 yearsEntered By: Dave Hodges
Two former executives at an Icelandic bank which collapsed in the 2008 financial meltdown were sentenced to jail on Friday for fraud which led to a 53 million euro loss, in the first major trial of Icelandic bankers linked to the crisis.
France's Constitutional Council on Saturday rejected a 75 percent upper income tax rate to be introduced in 2013 in a setback to Socialist President Francois Hollande's push to make the rich contribute more to cutting the public deficit.
When Corporals Bass and Pope of the sheriff's office spied a green minivan traveling at the ridiculously high rate of speed of 73 in a 70 mile-per-hour zone, they took notice. Based upon my personal observation, it was likely because the van was the
The cop told the truth as to the reason for the stop, and the facts gave rise to no violation of the traffic code, and therefore no legal justification to stop the defendant. The ensuing search which produced drugs, would never have happened
They are in Congress and in the leadership of corporations. They are psychopaths, they have goals you could not imagine, and sexual deviancy is high among them.