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Courtroom and Trials

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Update (1745ET): A senior palace source told the Daily Mail that the settlement is for US$10 million (£7.5million) - and that the deal may only be a "settlement in principle" at this point because he's still waiting on the sale of his Swiss chalet.

Article Image News Link • Global, Jake Johnson

A federal judge on Thursday blocked the Biden administration's massive oil and gas lease sale in the Gulf of Mexico, a significant win for environmentalists as they work to prevent the Interior Department from handing public lands and waters over to

Article Image News Link • Global, by Techno Fog

Today, Special Counsel John Durham provided a "discovery Update" to the court in the Michael Sussmann case. In this filing, available here, he disclosed that his team has obtained a tremendous amount of information ranging from a variety of sourc

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

Through his lawyer Mark Richards, Kyle Rittenhouse has said that he doesn't want the AR-15 he used to kill two people during the 2020 riots in Kenosha to end up "on a mantle". He also doesn't want it to remain in the hands of the prosecutors who trie

Article Image News Link • Global by Mordechai

Plaintiff Dr Mauricio Quiñonez tells Frontline News: 'The pharmaceutical company isn't responsible for adverse effects, neither are governments, and neither is the Health Ministry, but if a person doesn't inject the substance, he's called ir

Article Image News Link • Global, by Zachary Stieber

The Supreme Court on Wednesday weighed in after a report alleged the reason Justice Sonia Sotomayor is participating in arguments from her chambers as opposed to sitting with colleagues is due to Justice Neil Gorsuch's refusal to wear a mask.