RELATED STORIES Former Litchfield inmate Natasha Lyonne is finding herself on the other side of the justice system on Sunday’s Bless the Harts premiere (Fox, 8:30/7:30c). The star of Orange Is the New Black and Russian Doll lends her voice to the animated comedy, playing Debbie Donatello, a former New York judge who relocated to […]
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87, according to NPR. The cause of death was complications from cancer; Ginsburg had battled pancreatic cancer for years, undergoing several surgeries that required her to step aside from the court. Days before her death, Ginsburg dictated this statement to her granddaughter Clara […]
The Supreme Court president Lady Hale announced that the Court declared the suspension of Parliament under the Prime Minister as unlawful. As a result, Nigel Farage was interviewed on BBC Breakfast where he gave his opinion on the judgement and the Court to Kay. Farage began: “For right or wrong we now have a Supreme […]
RELATED STORIES Jerry Springer is about to return to the daytime-TV ring, this time not as the referee of a veritable talk-show circus but as a proper, gavel-wielding judge. What is his early verdict on his adjudicating abilities? As Judge Jerry (premiering Monday, Sept. 9 in syndication), Springer — who worked as a lawyer for […]
Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act just withstood a major challenge. The state’s Supreme Court has returned a BIPA dispute back to circuit courts after rejecting claims that would have significantly limited the law’s reach. Six Flags had fingerprinted a 14-year-old guest without his parents’ approval, violating BIPA’s requirement for obtaining consent, but had contended that […]
Quebec Superior Court Justice Christine Baudouin’s decision could alter how the laws are applied in the province and across the country.
The judge’s decision at the end of the hearing could alter how the laws are applied in the province and across the country.
Former Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn can be held in jail without the possibility of bail until Jan. 11, lengthening a detention that has gone on for a month and a half.
Apparently, Germany agrees with Norway: Nintendo’s no-refund pre-order policy isn’t only harsh, it’s also illegal under European law. According to Eurogamer, the German Consumer Protection Authority is taking Nintendo to court over a policy that doesn’t allow pre-order cancellations, even if the game hasn’t been released yet and even if you still haven’t downloaded it. […]
The family of Taquisha McKitty will argue in the Ontario Court of Appeal Wednesday that she’s still breathing and alive, even though a lower court has declared her dead.