Rude judges bully lawyers in court, QC complains

Rude judges are "bullying" lawyers in courtrooms, a top QC has complained.


The Supreme Court will decide this week whether a California law violates the free speech of staff 'crisis pregnancy centers' — which critics say trick women not to get abortions

Associated Press/J. Scott Applewhite The Pregnancy Care Clinic in El Cajon, California is one of a group of Christian-based facilities called crisis pregnancy centers. The Clinic is headed to the Supreme Court Tuesday to challenge a California law that f


Philippines' Duterte calls for mass withdrawal from ICC

MANILA (Reuters) - Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday called for other signatories of the Rome Statute that established the International Criminal Court (ICC) to join his country in withdrawing from the treaty.


U.S. top court mulls free speech fight over 'crisis pregnancy centers'

(Reuters) - The Pregnancy Care Clinic in the Southern California city of El Cajon offers a host of services for pregnant women including ultrasound exams, prenatal vitamins and maternity clothes. There is one major exception: abortion.


Queen Elizabeth II’s Secret Letters Won’t Be Released, Court Says

The court recently disproved a historian’s request to release secret letters that were written by Queen Elizabeth II herself. Jenny Hockings, a Monash University historian, wanted Queen Elizabeth II and Governor-General Sir John Kerr’s correspondences


Duterte calls for abandoning International Criminal Court

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has asked other countries to abandon the International Criminal Court because it is "rude."

United Kingdom

Telford police chiefs decided using court orders to stop abuse suspects was ‘too much trouble’, insider claims

POLICE chiefs in Telford said it was “too much trouble” to let cops tackle paedos with court orders, it was claimed last night. Officers told how more than 20 sex beasts could have been stopped early had their cases not been abandoned. One cop

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Professor sues Cambridge Analytica to find out what it knows about him

A New York professor filed a legal claim against a data company that worked for President Donald Trump's campaign in a British court Friday in a case that could shed light on how millions of American voters were targeted online in the run-up to the 2016 e


Publisher beats Spanish court gag by recreating banned mafia book from text of Don Quixote 

A book about Spain’s drug-smuggling underworld banned last week by a Madrid court has been brought to readers online as a cut-and-pasted text from Spanish classic Don Quixote.

Life & Style

We compared the food courts at Costco and Sam's Club — and the winner was obvious (COST, WMT)

Costco and Sam's Club are extremely popular in the US, and while memberships are needed to buy items, the food courts are open to all.  We decided to compare the food from two of the biggest bulk retail chains in the country: Costco and Sam's Club. B

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Stormy Daniels Could Owe $20 Million in Damages, Trump Lawyer Says

Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, wants a lawsuit brought by porn actress Stormy Daniels moved to federal court, and claims the woman could owe $20 million in damages for violating a non-disclosure agreement. The Friday court filing seeks to mov

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Trump attorneys say Stormy Daniels could owe $20M

Attorneys defending President Donald Trump and the company of his personal legal counsel, Michael Cohen, have filed to move the lawsuit against their clients by porn star Stormy Daniels to federal court and are claiming she could owe as much as $20 millio

United States

Man convicted in 'Baby Doe' case won't get verdict reduced

The Massachusetts man convicted of killing a 2-year-old girl who became known as Baby Doe after her remains washed up on the shore of a Boston Harbor island is back in court seeking post-conviction relief.

United States

US court affirms Ohioan's 20-year sentence for Ponzi scheme

A federal appeals court has affirmed an Ohio ex-fugitive's 20-year prison sentence for a Ponzi scheme that victimized hundreds of investors in the 1990s.


Christopher Steele must appear for dossier deposition in British court

The man at the epicenter of the dodgy dossier, former British MI-6 officer Christopher Steele, was ordered by an English court Friday to appear for a videotaped deposition in London to be used as trial testimony in ongoing civil litigation against Buzzfee


Four Alleged Cryptocurrency Fraudsters Temporarily Halted By Federal Court

A federal court halted the activities of four alleged cryptocurrency fraudsters at the request of the FTC


Former BA pilot faces £600,000 bill after losing court battle with ex-wife to prove daughter is not his

A former British Airways pilot has been told to pay his ex-wife nearly £600,000 by a divorce court judge after losing a 16-year battle to prove his daughter was not his.

United States

Court to weigh rule that nixed Aaron Hernandez conviction

Massachusetts' high court will consider whether the state should get rid of a centuries-old legal principle that erased Aaron Hernandez's murder conviction after the former New England Patriots tight end killed himself.

United States

Arizona inmate who says police 'beat the crap out of' him can sue

(Reuters) - A judge should not have dismissed an Arizona state prison inmate's lawsuit accusing police of having "beat the crap out of" him during a traffic stop because the claim appeared "too vague and conclusory," a federal appeals court ruled on Frida


Appellate Court Deals Fiduciary Financial Advice Rule Major Blow

A new court ruling out of the Appellate division vacates the DOL fiduciary rule, leaving the future of fiduciary advice and the rule in further limbo.


An Obama-era rule that could reshape the massive retirement savings industry may be heading to the Supreme Court

In 2016, the Obama administration and the Department of Labor rolled out the fiduciary rule which made investment advice standards for retirement savings tougher. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals determined the rule was outside of the scope of the Depar

Northern Ireland

Pair in court over human trafficking

Two Hungarian nationals appear in court facing a number of charges, including human trafficking.

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