Posts Tagged ‘appeals’

Admiral Ramdas Appeals The Government To Repeal The Farm Laws

[embedded content] I am Admiral Laxminarayan Ramdas, former Chief of the Naval Staff . I served the country in Uniform for 45 years and came straight to this village from Delhi after retirement. First of all let me begin by offering shraddhanjali to all those who have paid with their lives during these two months […]

Pope prays for dead in Capitol rioting, appeals for calm

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis said Sunday that he is praying for those who died in the U.S. Capitol rioting and has appealed for calm to prevail in the United States to help safeguard that nation’s democratic values. During his traditional Sunday noon remarks at the Vatican, Francis noted that five persons had died when […]

Assange’s Case Poses A Challenge To Biden’s DOJ If It Appeals Court’s Decision

Assange’s Case Poses A Challenge To Biden’s DOJ If It Appeals Court’s Decision Above photo: Supporters Julian Assange outside the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) in London, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is trialled and is facing a possible extradited to the United States. Justin Griffiths-Williams. A British court’s decision not to extradite WikiLeaks founder […]

Appeals Court Grants Injunction to Ohio Faith-Based Schools That Sued Over COVID Closures

Photo Credit: Cole Stivers/Pixabay CINCINNATI, Ohio — The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has granted an injunction to nine faith-based schools who sued the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department (TLCHD) in Ohio for temporarily banning in-person instruction while permitting some secular facilities to remain open. “In Lucas County, the plaintiffs’ schools are closed, while gyms, tanning salons, office […]

Japan’s Mitsubishi appeals asset seizure ruling by South Korean court aimed at compensating forced laborers during WWII

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has lodged an appeal to stop South Korea from seizing its assets in order to compensate people who were drafted into forced labor during WWII, when Korea was Japan’s colony. The legal process to compensate the victims of Japan’s wartime forced labor took effect last week, after Mitsubishi failed to carry out […]

PA Lt. Gov. John Fetterman: Trump Campaign Will Get ‘Clock Cleaned’ if It Appeals Ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) claimed Saturday that no matter what President Donald Trump’s campaign does legally, it will not change the election’s outcome. When asked during an interview on CNN if he felt worried about the Trump campaign saying they will appeal a lawsuit dismissed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to the U.S. Supreme […]

Trump appeals as judge rejects effort to block Pennsylvania vote certification

HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania  — US President Donald Trump is appealing a federal judge’s dismissal of his campaign’s effort to block the certification of votes in Pennsylvania. The president and other plaintiffs filed notice of appeal to the 3rd US Circuit Court of Appeals on Sunday, a day after the judge issued a scathing order shooting down […]

Pastor in Nigeria Appeals for Release from Islamist Terrorists

JOS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – A church pastor in Nigeria who went missing on Oct. 19 has been captured along with two Christian women by militants of the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), according to a video released by the terrorist group. In the video clip uploaded on YouTube, Polycarp Zongo of the Church of Christ In Nations (COCIN) […]

Minn. Court of Appeals Rules School District ‘Discriminated’ Against Girl Who Sought to Use Boys’ Locker Room

ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Court of Appeals, located in the capitol city named after the New Testament evangelist, has ruled that a female student who identifies as male, who was instructed to used an “enhanced privacy” area rather than the main section of the boys’ locker room, has a legitimate legal claim under […]

Appeals Court Rules Va. School District ‘Discriminated’ by Not Allowing Girl to Use Boys’ Restroom

Photo Credit: ACLU RICHMOND, Va. — A 2-1 panel with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has again ruled that a Virginia school district discriminated against a female student who identifies as male by declining to allow her to use the boys’ restroom. “[W]e hold that the board’s restroom policy constitutes sex-based discrimination and, independently, that […]

US appeals court rules Spanish museum can keep looted Nazi art

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A US appeals court has ruled that a Camille Pissarro painting a Jewish woman traded to the Nazis to escape the Holocaust in 1939 may remain the property of a Spanish museum that acquired it more than a half-century later. The unanimous ruling issued Monday by a three-judge panel of the […]

Appeals of Nazi camp guard conviction in Germany dropped

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Federal Appeals Court Nullifies Key Permit For Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Federal Appeals Court Nullifies Key Permit For Atlantic Coast Pipeline Above Photo: By Robert Zullo A federal appeals court on Tuesday invalidated a key U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service review of the Dominion Energy-led Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a decision environmental lawyers who argued the case say should halt construction of the contentious natural gas project. Dominion […]

Federal Appeals Court in Virginia Rules Feds Cannot Search Electronic Devices Without Warrant

By Derrick Broze Another federal court has ruled that U.S. border agents cannot search the cell phones and electronic devices of travelers without individualized suspicion. On Wednesday a federal appeals court sided with the Fourth Amendment by ruling that U.S. border officials must have individualized suspicion of wrongdoing before attempting to search the […]

Texas Appeals Court Restores Voter-ID Law

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that Texas’s new voter-ID law can go into effect, delivering a devastating blow to the Democrats who tried to block the law.  The original law passed a few years ago had been repeatedly blocked after the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled it would unfairly disallow illegal immigrants […]

State Appeals Court Rules Valve Turners Can Proceed With Necessity Defense For Pipeline Protest

Above Photo: Valve turners Annette Klapstein and Emily Nesbitt Johnston plan to fight felony charges for a pipeline protest with a necessity defense in Minnesota court. (Photo: @enjohnston/Twitter) “This is an important opportunity for the legal system to acknowledge the climate crisis.” In a victory for activists who shut down a tar sands pipeline as part of […]

Appeals Court Rules NYPD Can Hide Surveillance of Two Muslim Men

By Derrick Broze New York’s highest court of appeals has ruled the NYPD may use a little-known legal tactic to conceal the truth of whether or not the department had two Muslim men under surveillance. On Thursday New York’s Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the New York Police Department regarding the […]

Assault Weapons Not Protected by Second Amendment, Federal Appeals Court Rules

In a 10-4 ruling, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, said the guns banned under Maryland’s law aren’t protected by the Second Amendment. “Put simply, we have no power to extend Second Amendment protections to weapons of war,” Judge Robert King wrote for the court, adding that the Supreme […]

Ohio Appeals Court Says Speed Trap Town Must Pay Back $3 Million In Unconstitutional Speed Camera Tickets

The Ohio Court of Appeals on Monday delivered a heavy blow to New Miami’s attempt to block a court-ordered refund of $3,066,523 in speed camera citations. The village insisted that the lower court (view ruling) got it wrong and that the village should not be forced to pay back any amount on the […]

Ross Ulbricht Appeals Double-Life Sentence For Building a Website to The Supreme Court

By Aaron Kesel Imprisoned Silk Road creator, Ross Ulbricht, has one last chance at reducing his sentence with an appeal to the Supreme Court. After that, his options in court for appealing his double-life sentence (for victimless crimes) will be extinguished. Ross Ulbricht was arrested in 2013 for running the infamous darknet marketplace […]

Ross Ulbricht Appeals Double-Life Sentence ‘For Building a Website’ to The Supreme Court

Imprisoned Silk Road creator, Ross Ulbricht, has one last chance at reducing his sentence with an appeal to the Supreme Court. After that, his options in court for appealing his double-life sentence (for victimless crimes) will be extinguished. Ross Ulbricht was arrested in 2013 for running the infamous darknet marketplace Silk […]

Pope Francis Appeals For Peace Amid Conflicts Supported and Inflamed By Trump

With a focus on the impact of war, conflict, and inequality on the world’s children, Pope Francis delivered a Christmas Day sermon in Rome’s St. Peter’s Square on Monday that catalogued a multitude of concerns with policies pushed by President Donald Trump as well as previous U.S. presidents. The Pope restated his support for a […]

Cop Shuts Off Dashcam During Drug Dog Sniff. Appeals Court: This Is Fine.

If cops have the ability and opportunity to record a traffic stop, should it be held against them when they don’t? Arguments have been made to that effect for a few years now. Dashcams have been in wide use for at least a couple of decades. Law enforcement agencies all over the US are […]

Friends in high places? Appeals court rules against releasing draft Whitewater indictments against Clinton

     The nation’s second-most powerful court sided with the government Friday in its decision not to release draft indictments prepared against Hillary Clinton during the Whitewater scandal of the mid-1990s. A unanimous three-judge panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said the conservative group Judicial Watch failed to show “exception […]

Another Appeals Court Rules Warrants Required for “Stingray” Cellphone Surveillance

By Derrick Broze An appeals court in Washington has ruled that law enforcement must acquire a search warrant before employing cell phone surveillance tools often known as “Stingrays.” On September 21, an appeals court in Washington issued a damning ruling regarding law enforcement use of cell phone surveillance tools without the use of […]

Appeals Court Forces CIA’s Hand In FOIA Requests For Torture Records

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and other government agencies have no right to “resist disclosure” if a requester fails to adequately describe records they are seeking in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. They also must make a “good faith” attempt to define a request properly, a federal appeals court ruled. The Ninth Circuit […]

Blackwater Murder Case Overturned By U.S. Appeals Court

August 4, 2017 By Aaron Kesel A U.S. appeals court on Friday dismissed the first-degree murder charge against a former Blackwater employee, Nicholas A. Slatten, and ordered re-sentencings for three others convicted in the case. Blackwater killed 17 Iraqi civilians during a 2007 assault on a Baghdad public square. Four of the guards were […]

Appeals Court Affirms $1.25M Verdict Against Arizona Sheriff For Raiding Wrong Home

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After exhausting all domestic remedies, Turkey’s HDP appeals to European Court of Human Rights

nsnbc : Turkey’s leftist People’s Democratic Party (HDP) appealed to the European Court of Human Rights saying the party has exhausted all domestic remedies. […]

Appeals Court To Rule On Legality Of Michigan Government-Led Prayer

State Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris, R-, right, and other senators bow their heads during the prayer before the Senate floor session in Nashville, Tenn., April 16, 2015. (AP/Erik Schelzig) The entire Sixth Circuit heard debate Wednesday over the constitutionality of a Michigan county’s practice of opening board meetings with a commissioner-led prayer, after the […]

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