Legal Proceedings

The Latest: Kaul won't defend lame duck law in union lawsuit

Feb 21, 2019

Wisconsin's Democratic attorney general says he won't defend a lame-duck law that Republicans passed to limit his powers in a lawsuit that labor unions filed this month challenging the measure

A global look at the Catholic Church's sex abuse problem

Feb 21, 2019

Pope Francis' high-stakes sex abuse prevention summit calls attention to the crisis as a global problem

Egyptian who killed daughter in Germany sentenced to life

Feb 21, 2019

A German court has sentenced a 33-year-old Egyptian man to life in prison for killing his daughter in a fit of jealousy

Defense asks for July 1 trial in Chinese scholar case

Feb 21, 2019

Defense attorneys for a man accused of kidnapping and killing a University of Illinois scholar from China say they could be ready for a trial to begin July 1

Armed group caught in Haiti returned to US

Feb 21, 2019

The U.S. State Department says several men arrested in Haiti with weaponry have been returned to the United States before a scheduled a court hearing on the Caribbean nation

Germany: Weapons firm ex-workers convicted over Mexico sales

Feb 21, 2019

A German court has convicted two former employees of gun maker Heckler & Koch over their role in the delivery of weapons that ended up in troubled areas of Mexico

'Empire' actor charged with making false police report

Feb 21, 2019

'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett charged with making false report in Chicago attack

Lawyer likens R. Kelly to Beethoven to explain studio move

Feb 21, 2019

R. Kelly's lawyer says the R&B singer is moving out of his Chicago recording studio because a judge barred him from working there overnight as a result of building-code violations

The Latest: Smollett's lawyers vow 'aggressive defense'

Feb 21, 2019

Chicago police say 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett has been charged with felony disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report when he reported that he was attacked by two masked men last month

Muslim group seeks congressional probe on terror watchlist

Feb 21, 2019

Muslim civil rights group calls for congressional investigation after its lawsuit revealed the federal government has shared access to parts of its terrorist watchlist to more than 1,400 private entities

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