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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - circuit court
Gov. Matt Mead has appointed Laramie attorney Matt Castano as the new Circuit Court judge for the 6th Judicial District in Crook and Weston counties.
A judge has postponed a decision on whether a Jacksonville woman deserves a second "stand your ground" hearing.
A state appeals court says Circuit Court can hear a legal challenge to the residency of state Rep. Calvin Say.
A former Alabama state lawmaker being prosecuted on charges he misused campaign donations asked a state appeals court Wednesday to let the decisions of the trial judge remain in place for his trial.
Order in the court? A dispute over the hiring of a law clerk has revealed disorder in a western Michigan courthouse.
A divided federal appeals court panel on Wednesday sided with the state of Alaska in reversing a decision that reinstated prohibitions on road-building and the harvesting of timber in the nation's largest national forest.
Joe Brown gained fame by meting out justice as a TV judge. Now he's the one facing charges.
A special prosecutor will be appointed to handle an embezzlement case involving former Weirton Mayor Mark Harris.
While California county clerks process marriage applications for gay couples Sunday, attorneys for supporters of Proposition 8 are waiting for a response to the emergency appeal they filed Saturday evening with the U.S. Supreme Court, saying the rule of law has not been followed.
RICHMOND (AP) — Virginia's presidential primary would have been the young woman's first time to vote, and she sobbed into her cell phone when she realized that she couldn't make it to the polls before they closed at 7 p.m.
A Circuit Court judge in Henrico County, Va., yesterday upheld the state"s new abuser fees against resident drivers as constitutional, handing lawmakers who have supported the program their first legal victory.