The decision from the Biden administration was included in a letter government lawyers filed Friday with the Supreme Court.
US says Guantanamo detainee can pen letter about torture
ACLU Asks US Supreme Court to Review Status of Georgia Death Row Prisoner with Intellectual Disability
By Amy Berberyan WASHINGTON, DC — The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is asking for the U.S. Supreme Court to review Rodney Young’s status on Georgia’s death row, in a filing made earlier this week. According to the ACLU, “the petition on [Young’s] behalf seeks review of a Georgia law that requires persons with intellectual […]Read More
Time to Revisit Trial Strategy as Florida Supreme Court Changes Final Authority on Jury Instructions
Shook, Hardy & Bacon Miami Managing Partner Dan Rogers will be chair of the Florida Supreme Court’s Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases Committee starting January 2022. Beyond just moving up from vice chair, Rogers’ new position will gain additional relevance, due to changes by the Florida Supreme Court last year, which will be of interest […]Read More
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear the CBI’s plea challenging the Kerala High Court order granting anticipatory bail to four persons, including a former Director-General of Police (DGP), in connection with the 1994 ISRO espionage case relating to the alleged framing of scientist Nambi Narayanan. The plea came up for hearing […]Read More