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Latest Supreme Court Items
Alabama's highest court is divided over whether the state Legislature is acting legally by rewriting the state Constitution a few portions at a time.
Singer Courtney Love hadn't been born and tweeting was reserved for birds when The New York Times won a landmark libel case at the Supreme Court in 1964.
A proposal to expand Arizona's trespassing law drew accusations this week that it targets people living in the state illegally.
The state Supreme Court's suspension of a troubled southern Indiana drug court has left more than 70 participants in its treatment program facing the possibility of having to serve out the rest of their original sentences in prison.
Canada's Supreme Court on Friday upheld the sexual assault conviction of a man who tricked his girlfriend into becoming pregnant by poking holes her condoms, settling a long-running case that raised questions on whether contraception deception and withholding vital information amounts to sexual assault.
The City of Missoula's decision to appeal a court order that it pay property owners about $157,000 for illegally taking private land to widen a road has increased the legal costs it has to reimburse to the plaintiffs to just over $180,000.
Rand Paul's biggest political decision is approaching: whether to run for president in 2016 or focus solely on re-election to his U.S. Senate seat. A Republican lawmaker from his home state wants to free him from the potential dilemma by letting him run for both.
Kansas must spend more money on its public schools, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday in a decision that could jeopardize Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's desire to make his state a tax-cutting template for the nation.
The New Hampshire attorney general's office may still handle the appeal of the state's only death row inmate even though a key member of his defense team has been hired by the office, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.