The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday may have dashed the hopes of Americans trying to find an inexpensive alternative to cable TV.
Jeffrey Shapiro's Law & Disorder
Wednesday’s unanimous Supreme Court ruling prohibiting warrantless cellphone searches may foreshadow how justices will review and ultimately decide upcoming cases that examine the constitutionality of NSA mass surveillance programs, legal experts say.
Legal experts say that the executive agency that stripped the Redskins of its trademark will face the very difficult task of proving that a reasonable person of ordinary sensibilities in the Native American community would view the name and logo as offensive once the suit is heard in federal court.
Wendy Davis’ legal representation of the North Texas Tollway Authority while serving on the state Senate could raise eyebrows at the Texas bar association or the state ethics commission.
Chris Brown’s misdemeanor assault trial begins Thursday at D.C. Superior Court, only a few blocks from the White House, but a conviction there is the least of his concerns.
An acquittal in Oscar Pistorius’ murder trial could still result in a homicide conviction because of the vagaries of South African law.
The Supreme Court’s decision to remove the overall limit of how many candidates an individual can contribute to during an election cycle is sure to spark some heated debate during a mid-term election year.