Supreme Court Reveals Information on Roe v. Wade Leaker
It has been nearly nine months since Politico obtained a draft decision of the Dobbs case in the Supreme Court, which showed that the United States Supreme Court was poised to overturn precedent and overturn the Roe v. Wade law that gave women the right to have an abortion in every state in the United States.
Trump Ordered To Pay Hillary Clinton And Others $1 Million
A major ruling came down in court on Thursday, as former President Donald Trump and his attorney were both sanctioned by a District Court judge in Florida. The judge, U.S. District Court Judge Donald Middlebrooks issued the sanctions due to a lawsuit Trump and his attorney, Alina Habba, filed against Hillary Clinton and dozens of other officials. Middlebrooks called the lawsuit "completely frivolous," according to Politico.
Todd & Julie Chrisley have now reported to federal prison. In two different states.
Alex Little, attorney for embattled reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley has announced the couple has now been taken into federal custody. The Mr. Chrisley, 53, will serve 12 years at FPC Pensacola, state of Florida. It is a minimum-security federal facility. The Mrs. Chrisley, 49, will serve 7 years at FMC Lexington, in the commonwealth of Kentucky.
California Heard The Call: No Longer Can Rap Lyrics Be Used In Criminal Cases Without A Severe Review By The Courts
Does the music you listen to tell a story? Do you believe that story is true? Do you like rap music? Do you listen to the words of some gangsta' rapper and wonder if the stories they're telling are real? Is that rapper stupid enough of confess to crimes in rap song?
Capital murder charges dismissed against 2 men, both later found dead.
Halifax, NC-Relatives of four elderly people murdered in cold blood were in shock when then Halifax County District Attorney Valerie Asbell dismissed capital murder charges against three of the four men charged in the quadruple cold-blooded killing of their loved ones.
Settlement by the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, New Mexico has No Impact on Pending Alamogordo Case
Alamogordo case set for February 2023 not impacted by the recent. Alamogordo Case Not impacted by Settlement of Archdiocese of Santa Fe Case to be heard in February 2023Photo by2nd Life Media.
Infowars' Alex Jones Files for Bankruptcy Following $1.4 Billion Ruling
Infowars founder Alex Jones has filed for bankruptcy, according to multiple reports out on Friday. Jones, 48, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Texas following court decisions that ordered him to pay nearly $1.5 billion in damages to families of victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy. Jones had called the incident a hoax and the parents of the young victims "actors."
Donald Trump Accuses Judges He Appointed of Going "ROGUE"
Former United States President Donald Trump is speaking out against conservative judges that he appointed, accusing them of going "ROGUE" once they get on the bench. In a post on his Truth Social social networking platform, Trump said, "Many Republican Judges go out of their way to show they are beyond reproach, & will come down hard on people before them in order to prove they cannot be “bought” or in any way show favor to those who appointed them. People, including me, are oftentimes shocked by the lack of courage and wisdom shown.
Democratic U.S. Senator Under Federal Investigation
U.S. Senator Robert Menendez, a democrat from New Jersey, is facing a federal investigation in New York, according to news outlet Semafor. Semafor is reporting that the investigation is ongoing in the Southern District of New York and that there has been at least one subpoena issued in relation to the investigation.
Opinion. Former prisoner: NC prisons are failing.
North Carolina- In recent years crime and punishment has been the subject of many news stories and the subject of more than a few debates. As one of millions who are or have been subject to the criminal justice system, I feel qualified to weigh in the debate.
Appeals Court Puts Federal Student Debt Relief on Pause
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday evening granted an appeal filed by a coalition of six states who are attempting to block President Joe Biden’s plan to forgive student debt for millions of Americans, according to multiple reports on Friday night.
My first day in prison. Becoming NC Inmate # 0022635
North Carolina Inmate Identification CardJamel El-Amin. Raleigh, NC. -I was on my way to prison to serve a 12-month sentence for failure to return hired property. My case involved my returning a rental car 48 hours late. I understood there had to be consequences for my actions, but do not believe the time fit the crime, Kelvin Bass, of Wilson, NC said.
Civil liberties attorneys, media organizations remain cautious after injunction placed on police filming law
(Phoenix) — Despite a federal judge’s ruling on Friday blocking the enforcement of a controversial law enforcement recording bill, advocates and attorneys at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona remain worried about future measures that penalize accountability of police.
Ex-mistress testifies in trial of former Clay County sheriff
Cierra Smith, former Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels’ ex-mistress, took the stand Tuesday morning as the first witness in Daniels’ trial for attempting to destroy and tamper with evidence.
Phoenix woman's survival story key to Pinal's domestic violence awareness initiative
Pitcher (middle) with members of MOMnation AZ.Courtesy of Sara Pitcher. Warning: This story contains graphic depictions of domestic violence including sexual assault. (Florence, Ariz.) — The Phoenix woman whose story inspired the Pinal County Attorney's Office to launch its domestic abuse awareness program finally got some justice this week when the ex-husband who tried to kill her was sentenced to life in prison.
NJ Supreme Court Lifts Social Distancing and Mask Requirements for Jury Duty
In response to updates from the CDC, social distancing and mask requirements for jury proceedings will no longer be required. In response to updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), social distancing and masks will no longer be required for jury proceedings in New Jersey courtrooms.
Monmouth Vicinage to Host Naturalization Ceremony in Celebration of Flag Day
Monmouth Vicinage welcomes 25 new citizens from 17 countries in a naturalization ceremony inducting them as citizens of the USA. The Monmouth Vicinage will host a naturalization ceremony for 25 new citizens from 17 countries on Tuesday, June 14 at 12:30 p.m. at the Monmouth County Courthouse.
President Biden courts work before tough midterms
What is President Biden doing, traveling to Philadelphia today to address the AFL-CIO convention, the latest show of solidarity with the labor movement as Democrats face a tough midterm election forecast.
Hemet man arrested and charged with homicide
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department report on the arrest of Mike Aguilar, charged with 187 (A) murder. According to the reporting deputy Sergeant Richard Carroll, on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, at 11:52 PM, deputies from the Hemet Station responded to a call of an assault with a deadly weapon in the area of Thornton Ave and Hemet St in the unincorporated area of Hemet.