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This is par for the course in Robert DuPont's decades-long battle against cannabis—and with Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the helm of the Department of Justice, he's found a kindred spirit in his cause.
Here's an explanation of what the Department of Justice is asking the Supreme Court to do, and what it means moving forward.
The lawyer in the case says she was conceived in rape and is an "abortion survivor." But how about sticking to your client's defense—and not trying to rep the anti-choice movement?
No shame: A state senator whose business has been accused of workplace discrimination led the charge to defang a law that protects laborers from bias.
Two Years Later, What Has Come of David Daleiden’s Accusation That Planned Parenthood ‘Sells Baby Parts’?
The allegations were, and are, absurd. In fact, they are so absurd—and Daleiden’s conduct in editing and releasing the videos is so egregious—that amidst a flurry of lawsuits, a federal court just ordered him in contempt of court and handed him a bill for more than $130,000.
Nobody wants to see the Space Needle that badly.
His claim is part and parcel of the GOP’s long tradition of demonizing the poor.
Here at Team Legal we are used to bad news. Hell, we live it every day. But trust when we say these are unprecedented and dangerous times.
It is certainly fortuitous that Moira Smith has broken her silence at a time when the country is engaging in a conversation about sexual assault and harassment, rape culture, and holding accused sexual predators and harassers accountable for their behavior.
Are North Carolina Officials Stalling to Release Videos of Keith Lamont Scott Shooting Because of HB 972?
At a news conference Friday morning, Mayor Roberts said that she believes the video of Scott’s shooting should be released publicly, but that it’s a matter of when. “The question is timing,” she said. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney agreed, refusing to release the recordings to the public. The real question is why.
Though the DOJ has signaled in the media that it is merely pausing two legal-assistance programs for people in ICE custody, one legal-service provider said her organization was told the programs are being terminated once their contracts runs out.