Judge Michael Hensley had a tough decision to make. On one hand, he could approve a warrant request forcing authorities to arrest Anthony Russell, a 51-year-old Madison, Ind., elementary-school teacher with a history of violently attacking his wife. On the ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has kept classified at least 74 opinions, memos and letters on national security issues, including interrogation, detention and surveillance, according to a report released Tuesday by the Brennan Center for Justice. Also still classified are ...Read More »
Some trial judges like to speak casually to their juries, to relax them in a courtroom setting which may be new or intimidating. But after a Los Angeles County judge told a pool of potential jurors that she would think ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — It’s an open question whether Hillary Clinton would choose to renominate Merrick Garland if she’s elected president. But regardless of the election’s outcome, President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee will soon be the subject of some interesting procedural ...
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