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Israel Court Rules Airlines Can't Reseat Women At Request of Men For Religious Reasons

israel court rules airlines can't reseat women at request of men for religious reasons
An 82-year-old Holocaust survivor was thrown into the spotlight for her lawsuit after an ultra-orthodox man refused to sit next to hear and demanded a seat change, according to The Guardian. Renee..
WorldNews

Supreme Court rules it’s unlawful to block sex offenders from Facebook

supreme court rules it’s unlawful to block sex offenders from facebook
The Supreme Court issued a decision this week in the case of Packingham v North Carolina, which acknowledged the importance of the internet to modern life. It ruled that the internet, and social media..
The Next Web

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News video: U.S. Top Court Rules In Favor of Serb Stripped of U.S. Citizenship

U.S. Top Court Rules In Favor of Serb Stripped of U.S. Citizenship 00:39

On Thursday, The Supreme Court handed a setback to the Trump administration by making it harder for the government to strip immigrants of US citizenship. The ruling comes after a case involving an..
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News video: Chilean court rules to return frozen assets to Pinochet family

Chilean court rules to return frozen assets to Pinochet family

The family of the late Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet could receive €4.2 million in cash and assets frozen during a legal investigation. It follows a decision by a Chilean appeals court to..
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News video: Cameron Co. DA Notes Increase in Witnesses Causing Mistrials

Cameron Co. DA Notes Increase in Witnesses Causing Mistrials

He said it’s common to see witnesses not following proper protocol during a trial.
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News video: Gerrymandering case in Wisconsin goes to Supreme Court

Gerrymandering case in Wisconsin goes to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court also issued a stay and that means the districts won't get redrawn before the 2018 election.
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News video: Supreme Court Rules Sex Offenders Can Use Social Media

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Five justices joined in the majority opinion, and three others backed a concurring opinion.
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Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Making A Murderer's Brendan Dassey

Netflix's hit documentary series Making a Murderer got viewers up in arms about the possible corruption within the tktk police force, and the topic of whether or not Steven Avery was guilty became a..
SeattlePI.com

Undisclosed evidence doesn’t merit overturning convictions in ‘84 gang murder, Supreme Court rules

Evidence withheld by prosecutors in the group prosecution of gang members in a high-profile 1984 murder case wasn’t material to guilt, the U.S. Supreme Court…
ABA Journal

Brazil's top court rules it can reject graft probe plea bargains

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that it has the right to reject plea bargains made in corruption probes, potentially undercutting investigations that have threatened..
Reuters Also reported by •DNA

Man who triggered explosion while brewing hash oil not protected by Colorado pot laws, state Supreme Court rules

A 21-year-old Colorado Springs man who blew up his home's laundry room after brewing hash oil with a butane burner still needed a license to "manufacture" the oil after Colorado legalized recreational..
Denver Post

Nigerian court rules against mass eviction in Lagos - activists

By Paola Totaro LONDON, June 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A series of brutal, government-ordered evictions that left more than 30,000 Nigerians homeless were deemed "unconstitutional" in a..
DNA

Lying to immigration officials doesn’t necessarily justify revoking citizenship, Supreme Court rules

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the government can’t revoke citizenship for lying to immigration authorities unless the actual facts would have led…
ABA Journal

Court rules against businessman Jide Omokore

Mr. Omokore was arraigned alongside Victor Briggs, Abiye Membere, and David Mbanefo. The post Court rules against businessman Jide Omokore appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Premium Times Nigeria

Court rules on whether state can enforce LGBT religious objections law


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U.S. Can’t Revoke Citizenship Over Minor Falsehoods, Supreme Court Rules

The court rejected the government’s position that naturalized Americans could be stripped of their citizenship for minor misstatements.
NYTimes.com

Court rules no-confidence vote on Zuma can be secret

Parliament’s speaker to decide whether MPs can cast their ballots anonymously
FT.com

U.S. top court rules in favor of Serb stripped of U.S. citizenship

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in favor of an ethnic Serb woman who was stripped of U.S. citizenship when she lied about her husband's military service after..
Reuters Also reported by •DNA

Government acted unlawfully by restricting 'ethical' boycotts of Israel, High Court rules

Campaigners say illegal occupation is 50 years old this month and people have a right to decide not to profit from human rights abuses
Independent

Court rules against El Al in gender swap seat case

A court has told the Israeli airline El Al that it can no longer ask women passengers to switch seats if ultra-Orthodox Jewish men object to sitting next to them.
RTE.ie

Government loses benefit cap legal battle as High Court rules Tory policy causes 'real misery for no good purpose'

The Government has been dealt a huge blow as the High Court ruled its benefit cap is unlawful and illegally discriminates against single parents with young children.
Independent

South African court rules in secret ballot case against Zuma

South Africa's highest court says it is up to the speaker of parliament to decide whether a vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma can be done by secret ballot.
FOXNews.com


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