Wrestlers and Musicians Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope are going through a complicated legal battle with the FBI. This situation just got more complicated now that feds want the case dropped and the American Civil Liberties Union is coming to the rescue.
On Tuesday, Judge Pablo Ruz at the Spanish National Court defied pressure to scrap a probe into alleged torture in the United States prison camp in Guantanamo Bay which targets former U.S. president George W. Bush.
Aliki Chrysochou is a singer who went on Britain's Got Talent on Saturday night, and she wowed the judges with Evanescence's 'Wake Me Up', which comes a few years after she lost all co-ordination, speech and movement.
Alice Fredenham went on UK's 'The Voice' and got turned down by the judges after being on Britain's Got Talent (BGT) a week earlier, where she received rave reviews from BGT's judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden.
For nearly 20 years, law enforcement and victim assistance programs have provided much needed services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault due in part to grant money provided through the Department of Justice's Violence Against Women Act.
Canada’s Federal Court brings new meaning to coddling criminality. A Federal Judge has handed down a decision that will heretofore ensure that Canadian authorities will address criminal gangs with proper decorum and “quiet” respect.
MANILA - A proposed law that grants additional retirement, survivorship and other benefits to members of the judiciary may soon be ratified by the House of Representatives as a way of promoting equity and maintaining competence in the judicial system.
When Sonya Sotomayor made the comment about judges making laws, she was criticized. In fact some of those opposing her appointment to the Supreme Court use this as their reason. But is that fair given the facts?
Going to jail can be traumatic for anyone, but when you're a teenager who hasn't really committed a crime that warrants incarceration, and you are sent to a detention center anyway, something has to be fishy.
A Superior Court of Ontario judge ruled that enormous trial delays, undisclosed Crown evidence, and a cast of stunningly untrustworthy Crown witnesses drawn from the Eastern Ontario underworld had rendered the entire proceeding unconstitutional.