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12 Oct 2010, 7:57 am by Second Circuit Civil Rights Blog
But you can take this to the bank: the lockbox is legal.The case is Van Allen v. [read post]
4 Sep 2022, 4:15 pm by INFORRM
On 1 August 2022, judgment was handed down in Wright v McCormack [2022] EWHC 2068 (QB) by Chamberlain J. [read post]
2 Mar 2023, 4:41 am by Michael Caruso
”But people accused in federal court obtained the right to counsel twenty-five years earlier in Johnson v. [read post]
5 Apr 2018, 7:32 am by Second Circuit Civil Rights Blog
This decision presents good news for the plaintiff, who is suing police officers for false arrest and excessive force,The case is Douglas v. [read post]
4 Jul 2008, 8:09 am
Once again, I am indebted to Magistrate Marcia Linsky of the Allen County (Indiana) Superior Court for an interesting new decision. [read post]
23 Aug 2019, 3:36 am by SHG
When Stephanie West Allen sent me the link, I was as appalled at the idea of “tranableism” as could be. [read post]
4 Aug 2014, 5:03 am by Darius Whelan
 There is no reference to the recent Court of Appeal case of Hounga v Allen [2012] EWCA Civ 609 which involved breach of work permits legislation. [read post]
24 May 2015, 3:22 pm by Stephen Bilkis
Finally, where the factual allegations contained in an information "give an accused sufficient notice to prepare a defense and are adequately detailed to prevent a defendant from being tried twice for the same offense, they should be given a fair and not overly restrictive or technical reading" (People v Casey, 95 NY2d 354, 360 [2000]; see also People v Konieczny, 2 NY3d 569 [2004]; People v Jacoby, 304 NY 33, 38-40 [1952];… [read post]
2 Mar 2016, 6:06 am
Smith argues that Lunsford's testimony would establish that Facebook users may not actually know people listed as their Facebook friends and would thus tend to show that Juror 4 may not have actually known Smith.Smith v. [read post]
4 Mar 2021, 4:09 pm by INFORRM
Criminal Behaviour Orders (CBOs), and Gang Injunctions can prevent video participants from associating with certain people, entering designated areas, wearing hoods, or using social media. [read post]