Former President Donald Trump isn’t an “officer of the United States” who can be banned from office under the 14th Amendment for engaging in “insurrection or rebellion” against the U.S. Constitution, a Colorado judge ruled Friday.
A law student at Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law is facing 28 counts of invasive visual recording for allegedly recording guests in bathrooms and bedrooms of homes in Texas and Colorado.
A Colorado man serving a life sentence for pipe bombings that killed two people in 1993 is entitled to a new trial because of an expert’s testimony about the certainty of toolmark evidence, a judge in Grand Junction, Colorado, has ruled.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 on Tuesday that the First Amendment does not protect statements made by a defendant if they “consciously disregarded a substantial risk that his communications would be viewed as threatening violence.”
Judge Bridget Mary McCormack, a retired Michigan Supreme Court chief justice, is slated to serve as the next council chair of the ABA’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar during the next term.
Family courts in Colorado custody cases can’t cut off a child’s contact with a protective parent to whom they are bonded just to improve a relationship with a rejected parent accused of abuse or domestic violence, according to a bill signed into law last week.