The court admits the victims of TSA abuse "will have very limited legal redress."
Prosecutors in southern Utah have argued that they can prove that the closing of a corral gate was the crime of attempted wanton destruction of livestock by pointing to a defendant's membership in a conservation organization. Today I argue to the Utah Court of Appeals that it should review the First Amendment implications of the prosecutors' maneuver.
"[A]s applied to indigent drivers, the law is not merely ineffective; it is powerfully counterproductive."
Is it really fair for we who benefited from fossil fuels to blame for global warming on those who supplied what we demanded?
DNA testing reveals that long-used forensic methods are error-riddled.
The now working mother says the fine is bizarre, unfair.
"Of all the tribunals this is the one that should stick to the rules."
When it comes to this powerful legal tool, everyone's a hypocrite.
USS Cole defense team came to believe their meetings with their client were being bugged.
A third court disagrees. The Supreme Court had the chance to take on the case to resolve the conflict, but it declined.
A prominent progressive law professor seeks a seat on the Michigan Supreme Court
A self-proclaimed "constitutional bounty hunter" is unlikely to be freed, but his case sets a significant precedent for criminal appeals.
And yet we supposedly need Gitmo because civilian courts aren't up to the task.
The trial of two Gun Trace Task Force members sheds light on a deeply dysfunctional department.
The state uses a panel of partisan officials with absolute discretion to determine who gets to vote again
Armed robbery, extortion...and keeping the money for themselves.
The Pentagon must give the ACLU an opportunity to contest any proposed transfer before it happens.
U.S. prosecutors in Northern Georgia alone helped collect millions in asset forfeiture actions, civil and criminal fines last year.