Government Law

Health Law

Does Ebola fight require giving up civil liberties?

Environmental Law

Report: Lax regulation puts employees and patrons of gun ranges at risk of lead poisoning

International Law

Peace Prize winners back Marshall Islands suits claiming violation of nuclear treaty

Government Law

Judge apologizes for explicit emails, blasts state’s chief justice for ‘vindictive’ attacks

Criminal Justice

Missing woman found forgotten in holding area of closed courthouse

First Amendment

Sermon subpoena request was overbroad, Houston mayor acknowledges

Government Law

Latest fallout in AG’s ‘porngate’ probe: State supreme court judge sent or received over 200 emails

Trials & Litigation

Jury awards record $4.65M in death of homeless street preacher restrained by sheriff’s deputies

Government Law

Appeals court says councilman ousted for letting homeless pal stay at city hall must be reinstated

Government Law

Chicago generated 77,000 additional red-light tickets by shortening yellow-light times, report says

Appellate Practice

Woman who won new murder trial despite earlier manslaughter plea bargain won’t be retried

Constitutional Law

Top state court says judges cannot issue same-sex marriage licenses until federal judge rules

Government Law

Municipal worker who struck her own parked car with city vehicle seeks reimbursement for damage

Evidence

Police stop over unbuckled seat belts leads to chaotic arrest and federal civil rights suit

First Amendment

Twitter suit claims First Amendment right to disclose US data requests

First Amendment

During traffic stop, state trooper asked driver if she accepted Jesus, ACLU suit claims

Immigration Law

Local jails are increasingly refusing to hold inmates longer for possible deportations

Internet Law

Marriott to pay $600K for blocking guests’ personal Wi-Fi access at Opryland hotel

First Amendmentg

Videos of forced feedings at Gitmo must be released, federal judge rules

Animal Law

Pit bull gets reprieve from state high court, but this dog was no Lassie, dissent says