Day: October 8, 2021

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Abortion and the high court: Kentucky first up in a growing movement | Courthouse News Service

WASHINGTON (CN) — The Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron as he attempts to intervene on behalf of an … Source link

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Up Next At High Court: Did Boston Bomber Get Fair Trial?

By Jimmy Hoover (October 8, 2021, 6:28 PM EDT) — It’s a sign of how action-packed this U.S. Supreme Court term is that this week’s appeal to reinstate the Boston Marathon bomber’s death sentence and an abortion-related federalism case out of Kentucky are not stealing more headlines, but both cases involve intricate legal issues that […]

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Supreme Court revives assets case against Andhra Minister, wife

Preliminary probe not always mandatory in corruption cases against public servants: Bench The Supreme Court on Friday revived a disproportionate assets case against Andhra Pradesh Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh and his wife while holding that the CBI need not always conduct a preliminary enquiry before registering an FIR against public servants in corruption cases. A […]

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Fla. High Court Resolves Split Over Atty Fees Law Application

By Matt Perez (October 8, 2021, 4:11 PM EDT) — The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday resolved a conflict between state appeals courts on the applicability of a state law making unilateral attorney fee provisions in legal agreements reciprocal to certain contracts. The high court found that a state law allowing reasonable attorney fees for […]

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Princess Haya of Jordan says she feels ‘hunted’ after a High Court judgment said her ex-husband, the ruler of Dubai, ordered her phone be hacked

The High Court judgment also said that Princess Haya’s divorce lawyer, Baroness Shackleton, had her phone tapped. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Princess Haya of Jordan and her ex-husband Sheikh Mohammed are involved in a child custody case. The High Court’s judgment said the ruler of Dubai ordered a hack on Haya’s phone. After fleeing Dubai in […]

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Dhanbad judge death case: Jharkhand high court asks CBI to be specific in its probe | India News

RANCHI: The Jharkhand high court on Friday said the investigation report tabled by CBI is vague and not clear and ordered the investigating agency to be specific in its probe into the Dhanbad judge death case. A division bench of Chief Justice Ravi Ranjan and Justice Gautam Kumar Choudhary, who was sworn in during the […]

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Big issues going before the high court – Pasadena Star News

  It’s wise to remember that you can’t believe everything you hear during a presidential campaign. However, when opposing candidates tell voters the next president’s appointees to the Supreme Court could shape the law for a generation, that can turn out to be true. Over the course of the Supreme Court term that began this […]

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Growth Energy Asks High Court to Review EPA Ethanol Rule

Oct. 8, 2021, 4:05 PM Rule allowed summer sales of high-ethanol fuels EPA’s view of ethanol waiver was reasonable, group argues Growth Energy wants the U.S. Supreme Court to step in and decide that the EPA reasonably interpreted a Clean Air Act provision to allow summer sales of fuel containing more than 15% ethanol. The […]

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PDVSA Trust Seeks High Court Review Over Rejected Hacking Suit

The U.S. Supreme Court should reject a rule that an argument can’t be raised in a footnote, a litigation trust attempting to revive its lawsuit over an alleged hacking scheme targeting Venezuelan state-owned oil company Petróleos de Venezuela SA said, in a petition for review. PDVSA U.S. Litigation Trust said the high court should instead […]

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Don’t stand so close to us

WASHINGTON – Get tested. Wear a mask. Don’t get too close. Not your typical court orders, but that was the word from the Supreme Court to lawyers and reporters who returned to the high court this week for the first in-person arguments in more than a year and a half. The justices are no longer […]

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