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  • New Jury Instructions Strengthen Social Media Cautions October 1, 2020
    A federal Judiciary committee has issued a new set of model jury instructions (pdf) that federal judges may use to deter jurors from using social media to research or communicate about cases. The new instructions, which update and expand on … Read More
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  • Judiciary Steps Up Calls to Enact Security Measures September 22, 2020
    Citing the latest act of violence this year, in which a judge’s family and officers at two federal courthouses have come under attack, the Judiciary has stepped up its call to congressional leaders for a series of safety measures “to … Read More
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  • Facing Long Post-Hurricane Recovery, Court in La. Gets Help From Friends September 21, 2020
    Main content Cameron Parish, Louisiana, was flooded by first impact on Aug. 27 from Hurricane Laura (Photo by Bill Feig) Fierce winds from Hurricane Laura ripped away sections of wall in the federal courthouse in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The courthouse, … Read More
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  • ‘All too frequent tragedies demand action to improve judicial security,’ Judge tells Judicial Conference September 15, 2020
    “Four federal judges and three family members have been killed since 1979. These horrific tragedies must stop,” Judge David W. McKeague told the Judicial Conference of the United States today. The murder of New Jersey District Judge Esther Salas’ son … Read More
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  • ‘All too frequent tragedies demand action to improve judicial security,’ Judge tells Judicial Conference September 15, 2020
    “Four federal judges and three family members have been killed since 1979. These horrific tragedies must stop,” Judge David W. McKeague told the Judicial Conference of the United States today. The murder of New Jersey District Judge Esther Salas’ son … Read More
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  • Judges Help Students Focus on Meaning of Constitution and Citizenship Day September 14, 2020
    Main content High school students and their theater teacher in Sacramento bring their understanding of the Preamble into an interpretive reading at the virtual Constitution Day and Citizenship Day event hosted by the federal courts. Second Circuit Court of Appeals … Read More
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  • Courts Making Juror Safety a Top Priority September 10, 2020
    Main content Chief Judge Barbara M.G. Lynn, of the Northern District of Texas, tries out her new face shield as she prepares for a June 1 jury trial in her courtroom. Court reporter Deborah Kriegshauser wore a mask and sat … Read More
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  • Congress Urged to Adopt Judicial Security Measures September 9, 2020
    Citing the recent fatal attack at the home of a federal judge in New Jersey and increasing threats against federal judges, the Judiciary has asked Congress to enact a package of safety measures that would improve security at judges’ homes … Read More
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  • Supreme Court Fellows Set to Begin New Term September 3, 2020
    Main content The 2020-2021 Supreme Court fellows, clockwise from top left, Allison A. Bruff, Sarah Alsaden, Hannah M. Solomon-Strauss, and Kathleen Foley. Images are from the collection of the Supreme Court of the United States. Four new U.S. Supreme Court … Read More
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  • Federal Judges Reinventing the Jury Trial During Pandemic August 27, 2020
    Main content These days, the work of a U.S. district judge can seem a lot like “building an airplane while you’re flying it,” says Judge Karen K. Caldwell, one of the first federal judges to resume jury trials after the … Read More
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  • Courthouse Closures for Hurricane Laura August 26, 2020
    Main content This page was last updated at 8:30 p.m. on August 30, 2020. The federal courthouse in Lake Charles, Louisiana is closed for the foreseeable future due to the effects of Hurricane Laura. Contact the Western District of Louisiana… Read More
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  • Judiciary Report Underscores Commitment to Civics Education August 26, 2020
    Federal courts are approaching the 2020-2021 academic year with an endorsement of volunteer civics education efforts by judges and a willingness to support teachers in bringing the human face of the Judiciary into their civics and government classes, whether students … Read More
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  • As Courts Restore Operations, COVID-19 Creates a New Normal August 20, 2020
    Main content This is the first of a multi-part series on how federal courts are working to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Chief Judge James K. Bredar will wear a plastic face shield and sit behind plexiglass when jury trials … Read More
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  • Defenders Work to Ensure Due Process Amid Pandemic August 19, 2020
    Main content Of the many challenges that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has imposed on the ongoing operations of federal courts, some of the toughest are being faced by federal defenders, who are on the front lines working to overcome unprecedented … Read More
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  • Judicial Conference Approves Measures to Increase Security for Federal Judges August 14, 2020
    A series of recommendations to upgrade and expand security for federal judges and increase Congressional funding to support the security program have been approved by the federal Judiciary’s national policy-making body. “The horror that Judge Esther Salas experienced less than … Read More
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  • Judges, Lawyers Bring Life Skills to Virtual Classroom Activities for Home and School August 6, 2020
    Main content High school teachers can bring real-life civics into their virtual lessons when they invite federal judges and volunteer attorneys to facilitate a civil discourse and decision-making simulation with students at home or in the classroom this fall. Simulations … Read More
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  • Bankruptcy Filings Fall 11.8 Percent for Year Ending June 30 July 29, 2020
    Despite a sharp rise in unemployment related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, personal and business bankruptcy filings fell 11.8 percent for the 12-month period ending June 30, 2020, according to statistics released by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. … Read More
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  • Some Courts Slow Reopening Plans as COVID Cases Rise July 16, 2020
    At a time when some states are backtracking on plans to restore business and government operations, a number of federal courts also are slowing plans to reopen courthouse doors as coronavirus (COVID-19) case numbers escalate in many states. In recent … Read More
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  • Even During COVID, Courts Find Ways to Welcome New Americans July 7, 2020
    Main content New citizens, each standing on a marked spot, take their oaths in front of the federal courthouse in Minneapolis. Chief Judge John R. Tunheim, of the District of Minnesota, presides over the naturalization ceremony. Chief Judge Julie A. … Read More
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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Response and Recovery July 2, 2020
    Federal courts are coordinating with state and local health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to obtain information about the coronavirus (COVID-19) to aid their response, recovery, and reopening efforts. Courts are regularly releasing orders to … Read More
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  • LCD: ‘That 70’s Show’ Actor Danny Masterson Charged with Rape, Skips Appearance, Attys Argue For Him October 20, 2020
    Straight ahead on Law & crime Daily with your hosts Aaron Keller, Brian Buckmire & Terri Austin: ‘That 70’s Show’ Actor Danny Masterson skips a court appearance, but his attorneys are there on his behalf as he faces rape charges. Also, the family of Laci Peterson is outraged that ex-husband Scott Peterson may get a […]
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  • LCR: Scott Peterson Faces Review of Conviction | That 70’s Show Star Danny Masterson Court Hearing October 20, 2020
    Today on Law&Crime Report: Scott Peterson faces a review of his conviction due to a prejudicial juror. The family of his murdered wife expressed their disgust at the possibility of another trial. The state has a November 13 deadline to make a decision. Also: Man arrested after allegedly trying to kidnap Wichita mayor over mask […]
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  • Rental Mess October 20, 2020
    The plaintiff says she rented a home from the defendant, but he evicted her. She claims there was no damage, but the landlord won’t return her security deposit and alarm bill, so she’s suing him. The defendant says the plaintiff stole things from the home, and he’s countersuing for the cost of the items. Bob […]
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  • Full Episode- Slaughterback Vs. Williams: Rolling Stone October 20, 2020
    Kristina is fed up with Willie cheating and having babies outside their relationship. He’s had children with two different women during their relationship. Kristina was devastated after Willie got a second woman pregnant and then left her for almost a year. Willie says Kristina won’t move past his cheating. According to Willie, Kristina has been […]
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  • Full Episode- Wright Vs. Wright: Control Freak October 20, 2020
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  • 19-70036 Taryn Christian v. Todd Thomas October 20, 2020
    A Hawaii state prisoner applies for authorization to file a second or successive habeas corpus petition challenging his second-degree murder conviction. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while before I get back to you. area.control.network
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  • 17-72197 Minh Nguyen v. William Barr October 20, 2020
    A citizen of Vietnam petitions for review of the Board of Immigration Appeals’ denial of asylum and withholding of removal. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while before I get back to you. area.control.network
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  • 15-73122 Alfredo Macedo Templos v. William Barr October 20, 2020
    A citizen of Mexico petitions for review of the Board of Immigration Appeals’ denial of withholding of removal and protection under the Convention Against Torture. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while before I get […]
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  • 19-17323 Christopher Walsh v. LG Chem Limited October 20, 2020
    Appeal of a dismissal of LG Chem Limited for lack of personal jurisdiction in Walsh’s diversity product liability action. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while before I get back to you. area.control.network
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  • 19-17074 Heirs of Khalid Abu Al-Qarqani v. Chevron Corporation October 20, 2020
    An appeal from the district court’s dismissal of a petition to confirm a foreign arbitral award under the New York Convention. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while before I get back to you. area.control.network
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  • Linda Kenney Baden Discusses the Ghislaine Maxwell Allegedly Perjurious 2016 Deposition October 20, 2020
    For The Record: Linda Kenney Baden and guests Mike Koribanics & Gwen Stern discuss the Ghislaine Maxwell Secret 2016 deposition #GhislaineMaxwel #JeffreyEpstein Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while before I get back to you. […]
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  • Rough Roommates October 19, 2020
    The plaintiff says he used to live with the defendant and loaned him money for rent and utilities when he had cash flow problems. Now his ex-roommate won’t pay him back, so he’s suing for the outstanding loans and rent. The defendant insists he doesn’t owe the plaintiff any money. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I […]
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  • New Filings in George Floyd Case: Prior arrest body cam video released October 19, 2020
    GEORGE FLOYD: The judge in the #GeorgeFloyd case approved the release of police body cam video from a 2019 arrest. The defense is alleging that Floyd ingested drugs in an attempt to avoid the arrest. tch #CourtTV LIVE tonight at 8/7c. court.tv/live COURT TV IS BACK! 24/7 LIVE gavel-to-gavel coverage, in-depth legal reporting, and expert […]
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  • Court Orders Scott Peterson Case to be Reviewed Due to Juror Issue October 19, 2020
    SCOTT PETERSON CASE: The California Supreme Court ordered a lower court to look at the case of #ScottPeterson due to information a juror did not disclose. The court noted that Juror No. 7 did not disclose prior involvement with legal proceedings. Watch #CourtTV LIVE tonight at 8/7c. court.tv/live COURT TV IS BACK! 24/7 LIVE gavel-to-gavel […]
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  • ‘That ’70s Show’ Actor Danny Masterson Court Hearing on Rape Case October 19, 2020
    Actor Danny Masterson was scheduled for a court appearance. The defendant, who is best known for appearing in the sitcom That ’70s Show, faces charges of rape for abusing several women in Los Angles, California. The crimes happened in incidents occurring in 2001 and 2003, prosecutors said. If convicted, Masterson will face a maximum penalty […]
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  • San Francisco Courtroom 1 9:00 AM Monday 10/19 October 17, 2020
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  • Honolulu Courtroom 250L 9:00 AM Friday 10/19 October 17, 2020
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  • 19-16699 Todd Greenberg v. Target Corporation October 17, 2020
    Appeal of a summary judgment in a diversity putative class action against Target Corporation and others, alleging the labeling of a biotin dietary supplement was misleading in violation of California law. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could […]
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  • 19-50140 USA v. Sayda Orellana October 17, 2020
    Appeal from two defendants’ convictions and sentences for multiple offenses including conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and making false statements to law enforcement. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while […]
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  • 19-55759 Juan Valenzuela v. L. Small October 17, 2020
    A California state prisoner appeals the denial of his habeas corpus petition challenging his conviction for first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and assault with a deadly weapon. Bob NewsGreetings I’m Bob. I edit, report and maintain this site. If you have any questions You can mail below me but it could be a while before I […]
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