Posts Tagged ‘court’

Texas Supreme Court Justice Warns Democrats Are Rigging the 2024 Election

Texas Supreme Court Justice John Devine has warned that Democrats are planning to engage in election-rigging tactics this year to prevent Trump from being re-elected. “Every day there are abuses to First Amendment, religious, free speech issues and so forth,” Devine warned. BYPASS THE CENSORS Sign up to get unfiltered news delivered straight to your […]

German Government Documents Obtained Under Court Order Reveal Covid Crisis Political Manipulation.

BY PATRICIA HARRITY ON APRIL 2, 2024 • ( 24 COMMENTS ) The release of heavily redacted German government documents obtained under court order by the German alternative media magazine “Multipolar” are shaking up German politics on the eve of the critical 2024 European Parliament election in Germany, scheduled to be held on 9 June 2024. The documents reveal COVID crisis policy […]

Supreme Court confronts Trump’s unprecedented immunity claim amidst legal battle over 2020 election turmoil

Image Credit: REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to deliberate on a case that could redefine the boundaries of presidential immunity, as former President Donald J. Trump contends that his official actions while in office should shield him from criminal prosecution. This legal challenge, rooted in Trump’s efforts to dispute his 2020 […]

‘A massive win for all generations’: European human rights court rules Switzerland violated rights with climate inaction

In a historic ruling, the European Court of Human Rights has found that Switzerland’s inadequate efforts to tackle climate change violated the human rights of its country’s citizens, represented by more than 2,000 older Swiss women. The landmark decision sets a powerful precedent for future climate-related lawsuits in Europe and around the world. “It is […]

Censorship on Trial at the Supreme Court

SHARE | PRINT | EMAIL Billed as one of the most consequential lawsuits of the last century, Murthy v. Missouri (formerly Missouri v Biden) is a legal battle that stands at the intersection of free speech protections and social media companies.  The plaintiffs, which include psychiatrist Aaron Kheriaty, and epidemiologists Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya, cosignatories of […]

Supreme Court Divided on Censorship

SHARE | PRINT | EMAIL See here for my analysis and commentary of the government’s oral arguments and the Justice’s interrogations of the government. The Solicitor General of Louisiana, who argued the case for our side, opened by pointing out that the government has many levers for coercion of social media companies, and they have been aggressively […]

Supreme Court Case ‘Threatens Chaos’ To Immigration System


Texas court sidesteps anti-judge shopping reforms, fueling conservative legal strategies

The Northern District of Texas has made a pivotal decision to continue its current case assignment process, defying new anti-“judge shopping” guidance from the Judicial Conference. This choice allows conservative groups to handpick judges for their cases, sparking a debate about fairness and impartiality in the judiciary. Chief U.S. District Judge David Godbey conveyed the […]

Supreme Court’s abortion pill decision could set precedent for contraception rights

Image Credit: Planned Parenthood The Supreme Court’s deliberation over the fate of mifepristone, a cornerstone drug for reproductive freedom, has ignited concerns about a domino effect that could jeopardize access to a broad range of healthcare services, including birth control and gender-affirming treatments. This legal battle unfolds against the backdrop of concerted Republican efforts to […]

Supreme Court weighs major changes to abortion pill access: Live updates

The Supreme Court on Tuesday will hear oral arguments in a case that could have sweeping consequences for all Americans’ access to mifepristone, a widely used abortion pill. The hearing returns the issue of abortion to the Supreme Court almost two years after its landmark decision to overturn constitutional protections to the procedure. The court… […]

Supreme Court hears arguments on abortion pill approval: Listen live 

The Supreme Court is slated to hear arguments Tuesday over the approval of mifepristone, one of two drugs used for abortions.  Mifepristone, which is sold under the brand name Mifeprex and as a generic drug, is commonly used with one other drug during medication abortions. The stakes of the case were made clear last week when new data… […]

Roughly 200,000 immigration deportation court cases DISMISSED after DHS failed to file paperwork

(NaturalNews) Since Joe Biden took office in January of 2021, immigration judges across America have thrown out some 200,000 deportation cases due to the U.S…. Source

Portugal court ruled in 2020 that PCR tests are TOO UNRELIABLE to confirm COVID-19 – but this ruling is still being ignored

(NaturalNews) In late 2020, a judge in Portugal condemned the widely used PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test for identifying the presence of the Wuhan… Source

Appeals court blocks Texas immigration law just hours after Supreme Court ruled in the state’s favor

(NaturalNews) The Biden administration’s continued attempts to keep illegal immigrants flowing across the border in Texas took a huge hit when the Supreme Court… Source

Gun restrictions on defendants awaiting trial are constitutional, U.S. appeals court rules

A federal appeals court ruled Monday that criminal defendants can be stripped of their right to handle firearms, affirming a lower court ruling and dealing a blow to gun rights advocates. The 9th Circuit decision sided against two defendants who claimed that the government could not take away their firearms before they could be convicted… […]

Annulments of Local Court Convictions or Sentences

In New South Wales, the criminal law allows a conviction or sentence to be reconsidered in certain circumstances. The primary way this happens is through an appeal to a court. Apart from an appeal, a conviction or sentence may be reviewed in New South Wales under the procedures set out in the Crimes (Appeal and […]

US Supreme Court Denies Request By Group To Host Drag Show At Texas University

Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times, The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday denied a request by a student group that asked to host a drag show at West Texas A&M University and sought to lift a school ban on the performance. In a one-sentence order, the high court wrote that Justice Samuel Alito […]

Court halts SEC climate disclosure rule

A federal court on Friday halted a new federal rule that would require publicly traded companies to reveal climate change-related information.  A panel of Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals judges issued an order that pauses the rule as litigation against it plays out.  The order, from Judges Edith Jones, Stephen Higginson, and Cory Wilson —… […]

Navarro files emergency appeal with Supreme Court ahead of deadline to report for prison

Former Trump economic adviser Peter Navarro filed an emergency appeal with the Supreme Court on Friday, a last-ditch effort to avoid reporting for his prison term as he appeals his conviction for contempt of Congress.  Navarro has been ordered to report to a Miami prison on Tuesday to serve a four-month sentence in connection with… […]

Australian Court Blocks Covid Vaccine Challenge

A judge who previously provided legal counsel to Pfizer has blocked a legal challenge over Moderna’s and Pfizer’s mRNA Covid vaccines, stalling efforts to raise the alarm over alleged unregulated genetically modified organisms (GMOs), including high levels of DNA contamination, in the vials. The dismissal of the lawsuit on the procedural matter of standing is […]

DC Court Greenlights Flurry Of Jan. 6 Lawsuits Against Trump

Authored by Tom Ozimek via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), A federal appeals court in the District of Columbia has issued an order allowing three Jan. 6 lawsuits to proceed against former President Donald Trump after a court rejected his assertion of presidential immunity. Former President Donald Trump sits in New York State Supreme Court […]

Queensland Supreme Court rules COVID-19 vaccine mandates for cops and paramedics were unlawful

Queensland Supreme Court rules COVID-19 vaccine mandates for cops and paramedics were unlawful Four years after the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) began – when public health mandates such as lockdowns, social distancing and vaccines were rolled out – Australia has finally realized that its pandemic response was not in accordance with the law based on human […]

Alabama Supreme Court IVF Ruling Highlights Dominionist Threat to Americans’ Freedoms

Analysis The recent Alabama Supreme Court ruling declaring that frozen embryos must be treated as persons under the state’s wrongful death law could have devastating consequences for Alabama couples using in-vitro fertilization to help them have children. Beyond that, if Chief Justice Tom Parker’s hopes are realized, the decision could push the entire nation’s legal […]

Appeals court reverses lower court ruling: Police in Texas can now arrest illegal migrants starting March 11 – UPDATE: Supreme Court issues temporary stay

(NaturalNews) The legal battle over Senate Bill 4 in Texas has reached another milestone after a federal appeals court allowed the law to persist, this after a… Source

Dems have a problem with their democracy argument, not with the Supreme Court

When the Supreme Court ruled Monday that states have no authority to remove Donald Trump from the presidential ballot, it dealt a blow to any Democratic hope of a deus ex machina stroke saving the party from the former president’s reelection bid. If Democrats are going to stop Trump, they’re going to have to quash […]

Mandates Ruled ‘Unlawful’ by Supreme Court, Australia

Covid vaccine mandates enforced on Queensland police and ambulance workers have been declared ‘unlawful’ in a landmark Supreme Court ruling. Justice Glenn Martin found the Queensland Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll’s direction for mandatory Covid vaccination, issued in December 2021, to be unlawful under the Human Rights Act. A similar Covid vaccination order issued by the Director-General […]

Supreme Court Seems Divided Over ATF Bump Stock Regulation

Authored by Sam Dorman via The Epoch Times, The Supreme Court seemed divided during oral argument on Feb. 28 over whether it would uphold the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) regulation prohibiting ownership of bump stocks. That regulation came after the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas where a gunman used bump […]

Ted Cruz hopes ‘Supreme Court puts a stop’ to Trump case

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Wednesday said he is hopeful the U.S. Supreme Court “puts a stop” to what he called an “abuse of power” aimed against former President Trump after the high court announced it will weigh whether the former president can be criminally prosecuted for his efforts to overturn the election.  “I’m glad… […]


The Supreme Court of Queensland has ruled that COVID-19 vaccine mandates imposed by the Queensland state government on emergency workers during the pandemic were unlawful under the state’s own human rights laws. On Feb. 27, the Supreme Court issued rulings on multiple lawsuits against the Queensland Police Service (QPS) and Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) over […]

World Court hearing on legality of Israeli occupation ends following week of testimony

Over 50 nations presented testimony to the ICJ on the legality of the Israeli occupation, with the majority offering stirring arguments for Israeli accountability and justice for the Palestinians. An Advisory Opinion is expected sometime this summer. Source

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