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Court rules Virginia Uber driver is Somali war criminal


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Colorado Supreme Court rules police need probable cause before using pot-sniffing dogs to search for drugs

Colorado's highest court ruled Monday that police using K9s trained to alert to marijuana now require more evidence about a suspected crime before they can use dogs in a search.
Denver Post - Published

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Appeals court rules Trump cannot end protections for 'dreamers' [Video]Appeals court rules Trump cannot end protections for 'dreamers'

WILMINGTON, Del (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that President Donald Trump cannot end a program that shielded from deportation immigrants brought into the country illegally as..

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Another Appeals Court Rules DACA Rollback Was Unlawful [Video]Another Appeals Court Rules DACA Rollback Was Unlawful

The court's ruling said the Trump administration "failed to give a reasoned explanation for the change in policy."

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Appeals Court Rules Trump Cannot End Protections For 'Dreamers' [Video]Appeals Court Rules Trump Cannot End Protections For 'Dreamers'

WILMINGTON, Del (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that President Donald Trump cannot end a program that shielded from deportation immigrants brought into the country illegally as..

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Supreme Judicial Court Rules Wayne Chapman Cannot Be Held On Civil Committment [Video]Supreme Judicial Court Rules Wayne Chapman Cannot Be Held On Civil Committment

The ruling does mean the convicted child rapist will immediately go free.

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State and Nation Divided by Alabama Abortion Law [Video]State and Nation Divided by Alabama Abortion Law

Protestors and supporters came out to voice their opinions on the new law, signed by Governor Kay Ivey Wednesday afternoon, and the legal fights begin.

Credit: WAAY ABC Huntsville, ALPublished

Isabella Hellmann: Delray Beach woman missing at sea presumed dead, court rules [Video]Isabella Hellmann: Delray Beach woman missing at sea presumed dead, court rules

A judge has issued rulings on the estate of a woman missing at sea. Two years ago Isabella Hellman disappeared from a boat off the coast of the Bahamas. Her husband Lewis Bennett was charged with..

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Supreme Court Rules Against Apple In Antitrust Case [Video]Supreme Court Rules Against Apple In Antitrust Case

Plaintiffs in the case allege Apple illegally monopolized the retail market for iPhone apps and charged higher prices than it should have.

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Supreme Court Rules iPhone App Lawsuit Against Apple Can Proceed [Video]Supreme Court Rules iPhone App Lawsuit Against Apple Can Proceed

The Supreme Court ruled against Apple in an app lawsuit.

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Court Rules Lawsuit Against Baltimore County Can Move Forward Citing Wasteful Spending [Video]Court Rules Lawsuit Against Baltimore County Can Move Forward Citing Wasteful Spending

A lawsuit can now move forward against Baltimore County over how its animal shelter is run.

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Court rules that embryos are not people [Video]Court rules that embryos are not people

An Ohio appellate court ruled against a couple that believe their frozen embryos lost in a hospital freezer malfunction should have been treated as people, not property.

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Kansas Supreme Court rules woman's right to choose [Video]Kansas Supreme Court rules woman's right to choose

The Kansas Supreme Court ruled Friday the state constitution gives a woman the right to choose if she wants to get an abortion. A landmark decision from the Kansas Supreme Court sent shockwaves through..

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Kansas Supreme Court rules woman's right to choose [Video]Kansas Supreme Court rules woman's right to choose

The Kansas Supreme Court ruled Friday the state constitution gives a woman the right to choose if she wants to get an abortion. A landmark decision from the Kansas Supreme Court sent shockwaves through..

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Court Rules Some Of Michigan's Political Districts Are Gerrymandered [Video]Court Rules Some Of Michigan's Political Districts Are Gerrymandered

The plaintiffs argued that a number of political districts were drawn with excessive partisanship favoring Republicans.

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Court rules chalking tires is unconstitutional [Video]Court rules chalking tires is unconstitutional

The Mason City Police Dept. says parking enforcement doesn't bring in much money so an alternative method would likely not be affordable.

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Court rules tire chalking unconstitutional [Video]Court rules tire chalking unconstitutional

A common practice by Huntsville parking attendants could soon be a thing of the past.

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Court Rules Condo Association Violated Women's Rights By Setting Separate Swimming Hours For Male, Female Residents [Video]Court Rules Condo Association Violated Women's Rights By Setting Separate Swimming Hours For Male, Female Residents

A federal appeals court has ruled that a New Jersey condominium association violated women's rights by setting separate swimming hours for male and female residents. Ken Molestina reports.

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Hot Topics:  Bill Markham dies; Tiger Woods wins Masters; Jackie Robinson Day; Boston Marathon [Video]Hot Topics: Bill Markham dies; Tiger Woods wins Masters; Jackie Robinson Day; Boston Marathon

Hot Topics: Bill Markham dies; Tiger Woods wins Masters; Jackie Robinson Day; Boston Marathon

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South Korean Court Rules Decades-Old Abortion Ban Is Unconstitutional [Video]South Korean Court Rules Decades-Old Abortion Ban Is Unconstitutional

The law has been in place for 66 years.

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South Korean Court Rules Abortion Ban Is Unconstitutional [Video]South Korean Court Rules Abortion Ban Is Unconstitutional

The law has been in place for 66 years.

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Emotions Run High in Seoul as Court Rules Against Abortion Ban [Video]Emotions Run High in Seoul as Court Rules Against Abortion Ban

Emotions ran high for both pro- and anti-abortion rights campaigners gathered outside the Constitutional Court of Korea on April 11 as the country’s 66-year-old abortion ban was..

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Supreme Court Rules Man Can Still Be Executed By Lethal Injection After Arguing It Would Cause Him Pain [Video]Supreme Court Rules Man Can Still Be Executed By Lethal Injection After Arguing It Would Cause Him Pain

A man from Missouri argued that he shouldn’t be executed by lethal injection since a medical condition would cause him “severe pain.”

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Kate Steinle’s Parents ‘Can’t Sue’ San Francisco Over 2015 Killing By Undocumented Immigrant, Court Rules [Video]Kate Steinle’s Parents ‘Can’t Sue’ San Francisco Over 2015 Killing By Undocumented Immigrant, Court Rules

The parents of Kate Steinle cannot sue San Francisco for failing to tell ICE of an undocumented immigrant’s release from jail a few months before he fatally shot their daughter in 2015, a 9th Circuit..

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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Native American Rights In Wyoming Hunting Case

Justice Neil Gorsuch, the only Westerner on the court, again provided the decisive vote in favor of American Indian rights.
NPR - Published

Georgia Supreme Court rules against victims of inadvertent release of personal data

The Georgia Supreme Court sided with the state Department of Labor Monday in a dispute over the inadvertent release of personal information on 4,757 Georgians. In a unanimous ruling, the justices ruled..
bizjournals - Published

United States: Supreme Court Rules That Misstatement From Someone Who Is Not Its ‘Maker' Can Still Be Basis Of Fraudulent Scheme Claim - Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP

The U.S. Supreme Court held today in Lorenzo v. SEC, No. 17-1077 (2019), that dissemination of false or misleading statements with an intent to defraud can fall within the scope of Rules 10b-5(a) and..
Mondaq - Published

Federal appeals court rules that Trump administration's termination of DACA was unlawful

“We hold that the Department’s decision to rescind DACA was arbitrary and capricious and must be set aside,” two judges wrote.
USATODAY.com - Published

Federal Appeals Court Rules Against Trump in DACA Repeal

President Donald Trump's administration unlawfully rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a federal appeals court Friday ruled, according to The Hill.
Newsmax - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Second U.S. appeals court rules Trump cannot end protections for 'Dreamers'

A U.S. appeals court ruled on Friday that President Donald Trump cannot end a program that shielded from deportation immigrants brought into the country illegally as children, the second time the..
Reuters - Published

Woodstock 50's Ex-Investors Have No Authority to Cancel Festival, Supreme Court Rules

Though festival boss Michael Lang calls the May 15 ruling a win, he will still have to find emergency investors in order to save the weekend event planned for Watkins Glen, New York in August.
AceShowbiz - Published

United States: Court Rules That Inconsistent Application Of Written Policies Could Create An Inference Of Unlawful Intent - Bowditch & Dewey

On April 10, 2019, the Eastern District of Wisconsin issued an interesting decision on a First Amendment retaliation claim.
Mondaq - Published

Guatemala court rules out run by ex-dictator's daugher

Guatemala's Constitutional Court says the daughter of former dictator José Efraín Rios Montt cannot run for president in the country's June election.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Why Apple’s Supreme Court Loss Puts Tech Giant’s Cash Cow at ‘Serious Risk’

Apple could have a big, costly problem on its hands, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against the tech giant on Monday, allowing an antitrust lawsuit that argues the company uses monopoly power to..
The Wrap - Published

Supreme Court Rules Against Apple, As Kavanaugh Sides With Liberal Justices

The Supreme Court says iPhone users' antitrust lawsuit against Apple can continue. The decision divided President Trump's two appointees, Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.
NPR - Published

US Supreme Court rules antitrust case can proceed against Apple's 'monopolistic' App Store practices

The US Supreme Court has said that consumers can sue Apple for allegedly violating antitrust laws with its App Store. A group of iPhone owners were seeking to bring a class action lawsuit against the..
betanews - Published

Supreme Court Rules Against Apple in App Store Price Manipulation Case

supreme court rules against apple in app store price manipulation case
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that an antitrust case against Apple can proceed on Monday, after the plaintiffs argued the tech giant’s “monopoly power” over the App Store allows it to unfairly..
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Supreme Court rules that consumers can sue Apple for App Store practices

Apple took a trip to the Supreme Court and left with a loss. In a bipartisan 5-4 decision, the highest court in the U.S. ruled that consumers can sue Apple for anti-competitive practices regarding..
Mashable - Published

Supreme Court rules against Apple, allowing lawsuit targeting App Store to proceed

Apple suffered a significant defeat at the Supreme Court on Monday, when the justices ruled that consumers could forge ahead with a lawsuit against the iPhone giant over the way it manages its App..
Seattle Times - Published Also reported by •engadgetFT.com

New York's top court rules for Ohio dealer who sold gun used in shooting

A splintered New York state Court of Appeals said an upstate shooting victim cannot pursue a negligence lawsuit against an Ohio firearms dealer who sold a gun in Ohio that was later resold on the black..
Reuters - Published

Generic drugmaker Akorn reports 1Q earnings and revenue that beat Street estimates; stock jumps

Shares of Akorn Inc. (NASDAQ:AKRX) on Wednesday jumped more than 25% a day after the company announced first-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts’ estimates. Akorn on Wednesday reported a..
Proactive Investors - Published

Appeals court rules Trump administration can make asylum seekers wait in Mexico for now

A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Trump administration for now can make asylum seekers wait in Mexico for immigration court hearings.
USATODAY.com - Published Also reported by •Daily CallerNPR

Trump Administration Can Keep Sending Asylum Seekers to Mexico, Court Rules

A federal appeals court ruled that the Trump administration can continue to enforce a policy that returns asylum seekers to Mexico while they wait for an immigration court to decide their cases.
NYTimes.com - Published

Israeli court rules Palestinians may attend joint memorial

Israel's Supreme Court has ordered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to allow 176 Palestinians from the West Bank to enter Israel and attend a joint Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day ceremony in Tel..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

United States: U.S. Supreme Court Rules Certain Businesses And Lawyers Are Not Debt Collectors Under The FDCPA - Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP

(April 22, 2019) - The federal courts are plagued by what we might charitably refer to as creative claims under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA).
Mondaq - Published

Ohio Congressional Map Is Illegal Gerrymander, Federal Court Rules

The ruling, by a three-judge panel from the Federal District Court in Cincinnati, ordered new maps to be drawn before the 2020 election.
NYTimes.com - Published

Federal court rules Ohio’s congressional map is unconstitutional

A federal court on Friday found Ohio’s congressional map unconstitutional, ordering that a new map be proposed by June ahead of the 2020 elections -- and blocking the state from holding another..
FOXNews.com - Published

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