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Texas Court: Warrant Needed to Draw Blood in DWI Cases

[Nov 27th, 2014]
  Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014 ? Drawing the blood of an uncooperative drunken driving suspect in Texas without a search warrant is unconstitutional, the state’s highest criminal court ruled on Wednesday. The decision by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals likely invalidates state law that had provided police with several circumstances in which they didn’t [...]

Four Ways Officer Darren Wilson And The Ferguson Police Could Still Be Held Accountable In Court

[Nov 26th, 2014]
  byIan MillhiserPosted onNovember 25, 2014 at 11:51 amUpdated: November 25, 2014 at 3:43 pm “Four Ways Officer Darren Wilson And The Ferguson Police Could Still Be Held Accountable In Court” Monday night, St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced that a grand jury decidednot to indict Officer Darren Wilson, the cop who shot and [...]

Columnist William Greider ? Should We Impeach Chief Justice John Roberts?

[Nov 26th, 2014]
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 10:59ByWilliam Greider,The Nation| Op-Ed Republicans like to talk about impeaching President Obama, but there is a far more deserving candidate for impeachment?Chief Justice John Roberts of theSupreme Court. While the Republicans in Congress have blocked Democrats from enacting much of substance, the GOP majority in control of the Court has been [...]

The Feds Should Charge Darren Wilson?But they can?t, because the Supreme Court gutted the civil rights law he violated.

[Nov 26th, 2014]
  ByMark Joseph Stern Attorney General Eric Holder holds a news conference discussing the Justice Department’s investigation of the shooting of Michael Brown in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 4, 2014. Photo by Gary Cameron/Reuters Following the news that a St. Louis County grand juryfailed to indict Darren Wilsonfor the shooting of Michael Brown, attention turned [...]

Why It?s Impossible to Indict a Cop

[Nov 25th, 2014]
  It?s not just Ferguson?here?s how the system protects police. Chase Madar November 24, 2014 How to police the police is a question as old as civilization, now given special urgency by a St. Louis County grand jury?s return of a ?no bill? of indictment for Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson in his fatal [...]

SUPREME COURT JUSTICE WILL SCOTT OF PIKEVILLE MAY RUN FOR GOVERNOR

[Nov 25th, 2014]
  Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott says he may seek GOP nomination for governor BY JACK BRAMMER jbrammer@herald-leader.comNovember 24, 2014Updated 3 hours ago FacebookTwitterGoogle PlusRedditE-mailPrint   Will T. Scott said people have been encouraging him to run in the 2015 race.   RECENT HEADLINES Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott says he [...]

Senator-Elect Proposes Appeals Deadlines, Judge Term Limits

[Nov 25th, 2014]
  Angela Morris, Texas LawyerNovember 24, 2014|0Comments SHARE Jorgen Mcleman A senator-elect who unseated a six-term incumbent has prefiled legislation that turns the heads of many legal observers. Sen.-electDon Huffines, R-Dallas, has proposed deadlines for appellate courts and punishments for justices who don’t meet deadlines. He also proposed that high court jurists should only serve [...]

O?Connell: New evidence rule vindication

[Nov 24th, 2014]
  Andrew Wolfson,The Courier-Journal 7:27 p.m. EST November 21, 2014 Vilified for demanding that judges stop “disingenuous maneuvering” by defense lawyers in drunken-driving cases, Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell said he feels vindicated now that the Kentucky Supreme Court has officially banned the moves he complained about. “I am very pleased,” O’Connell said [...]

U.S. today looks too much like George III?s Britain

[Nov 24th, 2014]
  BY THOMAS E. TEMPLIN November 24, 2014Updated 51 minutes ago Americans have often looked to the era of the nation’s founding as a way of gaining insight into their own later times. To do this now, in the 21st century, requires facing up to certain truths that are both illuminating and dismaying. One of [...]

COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE JOY A. MOORE HAS A NEW NAME?.JOY A. KRAMER

[Nov 21st, 2014]
JUDGE JOY MOORE HAS APPARENTLY REMARRIED AND NOW GOES BY THE NAME OF JUDGE JOY A. KRAMER. This information was posted by AOC on Nov. 21, 2014  

Lawyer is disbarred for ?inexplicable incompetence?

[Nov 21st, 2014]
(see video of his argument in Jefferson garb) POSTED NOV 17, 2014 07:29 AM CST BYDEBRA CASSENS WEISS   A lawyer who told jurors his capital murder client was a ?professional drug dealer? and a ?shooter of people? has been disbarred for ?inexplicable incompetence.? The Kansas Supreme Court posted itsopinion(PDF) on Friday as well as [...]

Kentucky Supreme Court recently limited the authority of Kentucky trial courts to make awards of attorney?s fees for equitable reasons or to impose attorney?s fees as a sanction.

[Nov 20th, 2014]
ByDavid Kramer|dkramer@dbllaw.com The Kentucky Supreme Court recently limited the authority of Kentucky trial courts to make awards of attorney?s fees for equitable reasons or to impose attorney?s fees as a sanction. The Court, noting that attorney?s fees are not recoverable litigation costs under CR 54.04 unless they are provided for under a contract between the [...]

The Roberts Court Has Already Said That Obama Has The Power To Issue His Immigration Order

[Nov 20th, 2014]
byIan MillhiserPosted onNovember 19, 2014 at 12:48 pmUpdated: November 20, 2014 at 8:45 am 13,302Share This873Tweet This “The Roberts Court Has Already Said That Obama Has The Power To Issue His Immigration Order” Share: President Obama is widely expected to issue an executive orderpermitting millions of undocumented immigrants to remain in the countrywithout fear [...]

The Constitutional Authority for Executive Orders on Immigration Is Clear

[Nov 20th, 2014]
Eric Posner, a professor at the University of Chicago Law School, is the co-author of“The Executive Unbound.” NOVEMBER 18, 2014 Critics of the plan the president is reported to be considering argue that the Constitution obliges him to ?take care that the laws be faithfully executed,? an obligation that seems to give the lawmaker, Congress, [...]

Should We Impeach Chief Justice John Roberts?

[Nov 19th, 2014]
The fragile and faltering state of American democracy. William Greideron November 19, 2014 – 10:47 AM ET Republicans like to talk about impeaching President Obama, but there is a far more deserving candidate for impeachment?Chief Justice John Roberts of theSupreme Court. While the Republicans in Congress have blocked Democrats from enacting much of substance, the [...]

How the courts trap people who were convicted by bad forensics

[Nov 18th, 2014]
  ByRadley BalkoNovember 17 at 8:00 AM In a shortopinion issued last week, a three-judge panel for theU.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit unanimously upheld a federal district judge?s ruling against Louisiana prisoner James Koon, who in 1996 was convicted of killing an infant and sentenced to life in prison. The medical examiner [...]

Guest column: Sixth Circuit Court?s punt on gay marriage is a Failure of justice

[Nov 18th, 2014]
  ByGuest writer on November 18, 2014 at 8:00 AM, updatedNovember 18, 2014 By Douglas MeeksDouglas Meeks is a Lansing lawyer who married Republican strategist Greg McNeilly. Court after Court has been nearly unanimous: the U.S. Constitution bars discrimination in the form of bans on same-sex marriage. 32 of 50 states currently recognize marriage equality. [...]

PROBABLE CAUSE DEFINED

[Nov 18th, 2014]
PROBABLE CAUSE COM. V. JONES, 217 S.W.3D 190 (KY., 2006) - “[P]robable cause is a fluid concept?turning on the assessment of probabilities in particular factual contexts?not readily, or even usefully, reduced to a neat set of legal rules.”17 Thus, in order to determine if probable cause has been shown, the “principal components” a reviewing court [...]

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICTS CEO OF COAL COMPANY IN DEATH OF MINERS ? ARTICLE ALLEGES HE ?BOUGHT? W.VA. SUPREME COURT JUSTICE

[Nov 18th, 2014]
It was an extraordinary moment last week in Charleston, W.Va., when a federal grand jury handed down a four-count criminal indictment against former coal company CEO Don Blankenship. Extraordinary because it’s often difficult for prosecutors to directly tie those at the top of the corporate ladder to misdeeds below. And, as Kentuckians know too well, [...]

Ron Formisano: Electoral catharsis achieved what?

[Nov 17th, 2014]
  BY RON FORMISANO November 17, 2014 Ron Formisano, professor of history at the University of Kentucky, is author of The Tea Party: A Brief History.   Well, let us hope the catharsis has some salutary effects. Maybe some Republican-voting Kentuckians have purged their hatred of President Barack Obama and now can enjoy ? what [...]
 

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