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Court Of Appeals
Latest Court Of Appeals Items
In a victory for gay rights advocates that could have far-reaching legal effects, a federal appeals court Tuesday let stand a ruling that gays cannot be dismissed from a jury pool because of their sexual orientation.
Judges should stay out of school districts' decisions about how to calculate South Carolina students' grades, an appellate court ruled on Friday.
A court ruling that Arizona schools don't have to supervise students as they go to or from schools is being allowed to stand.
An attorney for a federal election agency has a proposed a quick court schedule this summer to determine whether the federal government has to accommodate Kansas' rules for requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote.
A federal appeals court has ordered a new trial for a drug defendant who was convicted after an alternate juror took part in deliberations.
The Indiana attorney general's office wants the state Court of Appeals to reconcile conflicting opinions by two judges on regulation of confined deer hunting operations.
A new court ruling upholds a judge's rejection of an Arizona salon owner's lawsuit that challenged cosmetology regulators' decision to stop her from offering pedicures using fish to nibble dead skin off people's feet.
Evidence that a defendant can legally use marijuana for medical purposes in another state isn't relevant when that person is on trial for violating Minnesota's drug laws, the state Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.