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Latest Superior Court Items
Shelly Sterling's attorneys filed a petition Thursday alleging threats by Donald Sterling and his counsel. A trial next month will look into assertions that Donald Sterling is mentally incapacitated, leaving Shelly Sterling as sole authority to sell the Clippers.
A Fairbanks man whose 50-year prison sentence for sexually abusing a girl was overturned last year will remain behind bars for decades to come.
Gov. Chris Christie announced a deal with the top Democrat in the Legislature on Wednesday that breaks the stalemate over Supreme Court justices with the re-nomination of the Democratic chief justice and the nomination of a Republican jurist selected by the governor.
An attorney whose office prosecuted former Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin briefly took her side Tuesday, telling a state appeals court panel that it was bizarre and offensive for her to be ordered to send autographed apology photos of herself in handcuffs to every other judge in the state as part of her corruption sentence.
A judge ruled Friday that a new North Carolina law cutting job protections for veteran teachers who now enjoy them is unconstitutional and threw into doubt whether school districts can offer longtime educators contracts that sign away those rights for a $5,000 raise.
North Carolina public school teachers asked a judge Monday to decide quickly whether state legislators can eliminate job protections that have existed for generations and replace them with employment contracts.
Former state Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin wants the appeal of her campaign corruption conviction to be argued at the same time as her related appeal affecting when she is given credit for time served toward her sentence.
Same-sex couples in Alaska are equally entitled to the same state property-tax exemptions for senior citizens and disabled veterans as married couples, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
A Superior Court judge has allowed a lawsuit to go forward against the Massachusetts Republican party that was brought by a candidate for governor who is challenging the results of a state party convention vote that denied him a spot on the September primary ballot.