Legal Proceedings

Judge blocks ICE from civil arrests at New York courthouses

Jun 10, 2020

A judge says federal immigration authorities can't make civil arrests at New York state courthouses or arrest anyone going there for a proceeding

Doctors sue to block FDA abortion pill rule during pandemic

May 28, 2020

A group of physicians has asked a federal court to suspend a U.S. Food and Drug Administration rule that requires patients to visit a hospital, clinic or medical office to get an abortion pill

Poland's president appoints new head of embattled top court

May 25, 2020

Poland's president has appointed a judge backed by the right-wing ruling party to be the new head of the Supreme Court, marking apparent victory in years of government efforts to take control of the court

Spouse of broadcaster killed in Louisiana plane crash sues

May 18, 2020

The husband of a broadcast journalist who was killed in a Louisiana plane crash along with four others has filed a lawsuit against the aircraft’s owners and insurers, as well as the pilot’s estate

Cyprus: 15 police face probe on serial killer investigation

May 5, 2020

Cyprus’ top lawyer has ordered a criminal probe into how police handled the country’s first serial killer investigation, which led to the conviction of an army officer for the murders of seven foreign women and girls

Nashville to pay $35K to family of man slain at Waffle House

Apr 22, 2020

The city of Nashville will settle a lawsuit with the family of one of four victims shot to death inside of a Waffle House restaurant in 2018

Puerto Rico's non-unanimous verdicts in peril after ruling

Apr 20, 2020

Defense attorneys in Puerto Rico are rushing to court to argue their clients are being held illegally after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that jury verdicts must be unanimous to convict in criminal trials

Judge: Alabama can't prohibit abortion during pandemic

Apr 13, 2020

A federal judge ruled that Alabama cannot ban abortions as part of the state’s response to coronavirus

US women's gender discrimination case delayed

Apr 8, 2020

The trial date for the U.S. women’s national soccer team’s gender discrimination case has been pushed back to June 16

Court OKs Texas winner-take-all presidential elector system

Feb 26, 2020

A federal appeals court says the winner-take-all system Texas uses to assign Electoral College presidential votes is constitutional

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