The porn magnate defeats the disabled children. Laissez bon temps rouler.
In the The Simpsons, Homer carelessly tosses a glowing plutonium rod. But in 1974, an employee at the Kerr-McGee plutonium processing plant did, somehow…
No law is really law in the Tarheel State until it’s been ruled on by at least three judges. Or so it seems. This time, it’s the state’s latest version of a voter ID law that has been blocked from implementation.
Em is away this week dealing with a family matter, so a good time to review two of her Case of the Week write ups, along with some current links to legal issues in the news.
Illegally obtained evidence is inadmissible in a court of law. What many may not know is that this fact is a relatively modern development in constitutional law
The serial killer’s case was the first in which a criminal conviction was overturned due to pre-trial publicity.
Vox Media to cut hundreds of freelance jobs ahead of changes in California gig economy laws
Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s review of the FBI’s handling of its investigation of the Trump campaign in 2016 is out, and folks are pouring over the 476 pages.