Despite brazenly lying on financial documents and inventing valuations seemingly out of thin air, Trump's lender did not testify that it would have valued his loans any differently.
Judges can sentence defendants for charges they were acquitted of by a jury, a practice that troubles criminal justice advocates, civil liberties groups, and several Supreme Court justices.
The trial of the first of 61 defendants starts today, but the judge has seemingly forbidden any of the defendants or their attorneys from discussing the case.
A D.C. Circuit judge says the government’s defense of the order gives short shrift to "the First Amendment’s vigorous protection of political speech."
In an upcoming Supreme Court case, the Cato Institute argues that the "threadbare procedures" required by federal law provide inadequate protection for constitutional rights.
A federal judge barred the former president from "publicly targeting" witnesses, prosecutors, or court personnel.
A 2007 Debate Provoked by Richard Posner Illuminates the Current Clash Over Judicial Power in Israel
The appeals court judge argued that the Israeli Supreme Court had usurped the role of legislators.
After an array of botched and unsuccessful executions, the state's Department of Corrections says its ready to start executing inmates again.
Abortion and gerrymandering are likely to be on the court's docket in the near future, and Janet Protasiewicz ran unabashedly to the left on both issues. Is this the best way to decide contentious topics?
Opponents of the reforms favored by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition should acknowledge the threat posed by unconstrained majority rule.
We may have finally discovered a limit to judicial immunity.
Today's scheduled execution is getting attention because she's trans. But the bigger story here is how she was sentenced to die.
No judge should have to fear for their lives as they defend the rule of law. But that doesn’t mean they can infringe on other civil liberties to protect their information.
Slate's legal correspondent questioned the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit about the Federalist Society.
In the event of prosecution, jury nullification allows regular people to exercise a veto over the power of the state.
"I never thought this could happen in this country," Gregory Hahn said.
The Supreme Court may soon consider if acquitted conduct sentencing is illegal.
It was unconstitutional to charge Jenna Holm with manslaughter. But the state wanted to protect its own.
A Wall Street Journal report shows that federal judges do not always recuse when cases implicate their financial holdings.
Judges Who Violate Due Process Rights For Personal Gain Just Got a Major Pass From This Federal Court
Judge Paul Bonin profited from making defendants wear ankle monitors. The victims can't sue.
Only in extreme circumstances should a court come between a parent and their child.
A federal judge suggests that dissents from en banc denial make the courts seem too political. Others might think such dissents serve a useful purpose, including the flagging of important questions (and significant errors) for Supreme Court review.
Threatening somebody with prison for refusing a shot is no way to end a pandemic.
Programs that keep sex offenders indefinitely confined face new challenges.
Judge Threatens to Jail North Carolina Town Officials for Seizing Man's Money, Refusing To Return It
A misdemeanor marijuana charge leads to an attempt to take $17,000.
The latest from Geauga County Judge Timothy Grendell
"This is probably not about persuading each other unless something really dramatic happens," said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R–S.C.)