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Frisk case: not closed

I don't know why were even here, said the friendly fellow who sat down next to me in federal court. The Second Circuit judges were about to hear the last-ditch appeal of the New York police unions to overturn the stop-question-and-frisk ruling. ... New York Post, 2 weeks ago

When the Government's Secrecy Arguments Are Not Blindly Accepted by Judges

A Guantanamo Bay prisoner, Abu Wael Dhiab, who has been force-fed and subjected to rough cell extractions prior to such feeding, is finally getting the opportunity to have his case challenging his treatment heard in court today. Remarkably, the ...
 Common Dreams3 weeks ago

Geographical discrimination against US citizens

Polls show that 95 percent of Puerto Ricans treasure their American citizenship.The President's Task Force on Puerto Rico recommends that the People of Puerto Rico should decide on a constitutionally acceptable non-territorial status for Puerto Rico ...
 The Hill2 days ago

Iraq Torture Victims Can't Blame Chevron

By BARBARA LEONARD MANHATTAN (CN) - Just over a month after the 2nd Circuit refused to let Iraq blame corporations for turning a blind eye to Saddam Hussein's atrocities, the federal appeals court on Thursday affirmed dismissed of a similar suit ...
 Courthouse News Service1 week ago

Unions' Stop-and-Frisk Appeal Hits 2nd Circuit

By ADAM KLASFELD MANHATTAN (CN) - Since New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio reversed his predecessor's stop-and-frisk policies, civil rights lawyers have had one roadblock left in the way of reform: the police unions. Lawyers representing several ...
 Courthouse News Service2 weeks ago

Cultivating an Ivy League Culture

In the summer of 2006, a stream of subpoenas began flowing into Yale University. Federal investigators believed university researchers were making false claims about work funded by major federal research grants. This was a big-money, big-fish ...
 Connecticut Law Tribune2 weeks ago

Second Circuit Says Conn. Business Law Violates First Amendment

A federal appeals court has struck down a Connecticut law that forced an insurance company and auto glass repair business to mention a competitor's name if the insurer violated a ban on promoting its own repair shops. The U.S. Court of Appeals for ...
 Connecticut Law Tribune1 month ago

Forced Insurer Speech in Connecticut Curbed

By MARLENE KENNEDY MANHATTAN (CN) - Connecticut trampled speech rights in prohibiting automobile insurers from mentioning certain affiliates without also naming a competitor, the 2nd Circuit ruled. Legislators adopted the law, which took effect ...
 Courthouse News Service1 month ago

Circuit Keeps Lid Closed on al-Qahtani Footage

By ADAM KLASFELD MANHATTAN (CN) - Pictures and footage of alleged "20th hijacker" Mohammad al-Qahtani must remain under wraps because they would be "singularly susceptible to use by extremist groups to incite anti-American hostility," the 2nd ...
 Courthouse News Service1 month ago
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