Evidence

Constitutional Law

Is a nude violinist akin to a naked bicyclist? Federal civil rights suit says yes, seeks $1M

Privacy Law

Should Google stop pointing out police cars to users of popular Waze traffic app?

Evidence

Prosecutor’s PowerPoint closing leads to overturned conviction

Trials & Litigation

Was ‘Dread Pirate Roberts’ multiple people? Federal judge limits defense in $200M Silk Road case

Trials & Litigation

Indian tribe, lawyer ordered to pay more than $1 million in sanctions for frivolous claim

U.S. Supreme Court

‘Clear error’ standard of review in factual disputes applies in patent claims, SCOTUS says

Evidence

Drug-making video leads to home seizure

White-Collar Crime

Feds expand case against defense lawyer charged with perjury, indict another attorney

Constitutional Law

Lawyer seeks reversal of rare voting conviction he shares with suffragist Susan B. Anthony

Trusts & Estates

Judge OKs use of funds from slain mom’s estate to pay lawyer in daughter’s Bali murder trial

Evidence

Judge says top Penn State lawyer didn’t represent ex-officials, clearing way for obstruction trial

Criminal Justice

‘Serial’ podcasts downplayed info supporting murder conviction, prosecutor says; DNA testing sought

Evidence

Man accused of driving stolen car to court hearing in prior car-theft case takes plea deal

Trials & Litigation

Lawyer persuades jury that accused bank robber, 66, simply wanted to open an account

Criminal Justice

Former lawyer convicted in condo-eviction slaying gets 45 years

Media & Communications Law

Special prosecutor subpoenas reporters who said grand jury recommended charges against state AG

Trials & Litigation

Accused bank robber, 66, was simply trying to open an account, his lawyer argues

Trials & Litigation

Feds won’t put NY Times reporter on stand in CIA-leak case; judge nixes request to bar his testimony

Evidence

Lawyer doesn’t have to turn over Aaron Hernandez cellphone in murder case, top state court says

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge sanctions prosecutor’s office for bad faith in police misconduct case