Court Security

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer’s routine day in court ends when car bursts into flames in parking lot

Court Security

Courtroom incident shows why 6 security officers are needed at sentencings, lawman says

Criminal Justice

Warned not to drive home after DWI conviction, man does and is charged with drunken driving

Criminal Justice

Man’s false claims to have placed bombs in federal courthouse get him 6 years

Criminal Justice

Man who punched sister’s accused killer in court is held in contempt and fined $100

Court Security

Feds amp up prosecution of those accused in third U.S. Supreme Court protest in little over a year

Trials & Litigation

Protesters disrupt US Supreme Court proceedings; 5 arrests made

Legal Ethics

What is appropriate punishment for judge who punched assistant public defender?

Constitutional Law

Turkish prosecutor taken hostage by terror group dies after courthouse shootout

Court Security

DA’s investigator taken into custody, charged with pointing gun at woman in courthouse

Criminal Justice

Michigan woman is charged in alleged death threats against federal judge, prosecutor

Evidence

Man’s social media post about pending firearm case threatens judge, gets him jail and $500K bail

Criminal Justice

Lawyer is accused in additional courthouse bomb threats

Court Security

Fatal courthouse shooting and violent spree still reverberate 10 years later

Court Security

Longtime court officer charged with raping shackled prisoner at courthouse; security is under review

Court Security

Marshals arrest open-carry advocate carrying rifle outside courthouse

Court Security

Following courthouse prank, Delaware courts are reviewing which security officers should be armed

Court Security

Discovery in inmate’s cell leads to police protection for city attorney, federal and local judges

Criminal Justice

Angry at 10-year prison term, offender tries to arrange to kill judge and gets another 80 years

Criminal Justice

Trial begins for man accused of seeking hit on judge who gave him 10 years in offender-registry case