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26 Nov 2018, 1:00 am by Matrix Legal Support Service
Robinson v Secretary of State for the Home Department, heard 15 Nov 2018. [read post]
25 Nov 2018, 4:56 pm by Daily Record Staff
Criminal law — Sufficiency of the evidence — Second-degree assault Jimmie Robinson, appellant, was convicted of second-degree assault after a bench trial on May 9-10, 2017 and was sentenced to ten years’ imprisonment, all but nine months suspended, to be followed by three years’ probation. [read post]
19 Nov 2018, 1:00 am by Matrix Legal Support Service
Robinson v Secretary of State for the Home Department, heard 15 Nov 2018. [read post]
14 Nov 2018, 4:30 am by Andrew Lavoott Bluestone
However, the instant complaint, while more verbose than the prior complaint, still fails to state a cause of action for “overreaching, undue influence and fraud” (see Weinberg v Sultan, 142 AD3d 767). [read post]
13 Nov 2018, 4:01 am by Edith Roberts
At The World and Everything In It (podcast), Mary Reichard discusses the oral arguments in Washington State Department of Licensing v. [read post]
7 Nov 2018, 2:49 pm by Elizabeth Kruska
This has got to be evidence of something.State v. [read post]
6 Nov 2018, 7:17 am by Jonathan H. Adler
The Court issued one decision today, a unanimous opinion in Mount Lemmon Fire District v. [read post]
5 Nov 2018, 4:13 am by Edith Roberts
” In a Bloomberg Law podcast, Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin look ahead at this week’s oral arguments. [read post]
30 Oct 2018, 3:50 am by Edith Roberts
First up is Washington State Department of Licensing v. [read post]
27 Oct 2018, 11:46 am by Randall Hodgkinson
Elgin Robinson, No. 116,650 (Sedgwick)Post-conviction motion appealKristen B. [read post]
27 Oct 2018, 7:52 am by INFORRM
  We tend to forget this, not least because Erskine May: Parliamentary Practice is taken to be the last word, but then we forget that when Sir Thomas Erskine May published his treatise in 1844, MPs could be relied upon to have a sense of propriety and would not, say, invite a hate-mongering convicted felon like Tommy Robinson to come have dinner. [read post]
5 Oct 2018, 4:08 am by Edith Roberts
Miriam Siefert analyzes Wednesday’s argument in Knick v. [read post]