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 Tribune, 2 weeks ago
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 Service, 3 weeks ago
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 Service, 3 weeks ago
Jury nullification is a long-term pet project. Can members of juries really stand in judgment of the laws they are sworn to apply? Can jurors really choose to acquit someone of a crime because they believe a law is unjust? This concept known ...AlterNet.org, 2 months ago
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