FOR THE FAMILY OF A TEENAGER KILLED IN FEBRUARY. >> DROPPED THE GUN. >> WHEN JOSEPH MENSAH KILLED THIS MAN IN FEBRUARY OUTSIDE MAYFAIR MALL — [SHOUTING, GUNFIRE] IT WAS THE OFFICER’S THIRD DEADLY SHOOTING IN FIVE YEARS THIRD THE FIRST TWO WERE RULED JUSTIFIED AND A DECISION ON THE …
Boris Johnson and Ursula Von Der Leyen gave their negotiators another month to reach a post-Brexit deal on Saturday, days after the EU Commission president announced she would begin legal proceedings against the UK for passing a bill to break international law. Analysts say that Johnson’s plan to jettison EU
“The fight for LGBTQ rights” always sounds grand, and—as grand, sweeping phrases often do—its bravura obscures the grittier, more complex reality. The core of any civil rights movement is brave individuals first realizing, then questioning whatever prejudice has been visited upon them, then rousing themselves to do something about it.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Justice Ginsberg’s Legacy Through the Eyes of an Employment Lawyer
By Guest Blogger Robin Runge, Adjunct Professor, George Washington University School of Law
It is difficult for me to articulate the significance of Justice Ginsburg’s life and her work as a woman, a lawyer, law professor
Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana allows Indianapolis residents to share anonymous tips with law enforcement. Here are a few things Crime Stoppers wants you to know before you call.
A Virginia man who once worked as a financial advisor in Madison County was arrested Monday on charges of forgery,
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – San Diego County leaders have stressed education over enforcement regarding the rules and laws surrounding the coronavirus, but there are laws in place to help stop the spread.
“There is civil liability and criminal liability,” says Professor Joanna Sax from the California Western School of Law.
Some young children earn millions of dollars through social media influencing and promotion, but there’s little legislation or protection for most. A new law in France aims to try to safeguard children under the age of 16, protecting their finances and providing some privacy.
The legislation, which was passed unanimously
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New Jersey voters will decide whether or not the state will allow the sale of marijuana to those over the age of 21
CSU athletes, staff say athletic administration covering up COVID-19 health threat
Despite an ongoing investigation into the Colorado State football program, the team donned full pads for the first time this week in preparation for its first game Oct. 24.
It was announced Thursday that the Rams will
On September 1, 2020, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors passed the Sacramento County Worker Protection, Health, and Safety Act of 2020. The county appears to have modeled its new law on the City of Sacramento’s own recent Worker Protection, Health, and Safety Act (WPHSA), which the city enacted on
A high-profile Saskatchewan lawyer has been handed a stiff eight-month suspension for threatening an Indigenous residential school survivor into using some of her compensation proceeds to cover legal bills incurred by her son.
In a stinging rebuke, the province’s law society lambasted Tony Merchant for actions that occurred barely two
One of The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland’s biggest annual fundraising events, a summer festival-style concert known as Jam for Justice, was moved to a COVID-19-safe online format this year, and there’s still one more performance to catch and various ways to support the nonprofit agency that’s been busier than