Voters in Santa Clara County, Calif., will decide whether Judge Aaron Persky, the state judge who sentenced former Stanford undergraduate Brock Turner to six months in prison for sexual assault, will remain in office.
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After six months, the U.S. Supreme Court has not acted on a Justice Department request to vacate a lower court order requiring President Donald Trump's administration to facilitate an abortion for an illegal alien and punish ACLU lawyers for allegedly unethical behavior.
Attorneys representing embattled Trump fixer Michael Cohen asked a federal court in New York to deny Michael Avenatti's request to appear and represent Stormy Daniels in an ongoing dispute over the April 9 search of Cohen's office.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas delivered the commencement address Saturday at Christendom College in Front Royal, Va., where he exhorted graduates of the Catholic college to cleave to their faith.
Circuit Judge Doug Martin, an Arkansas judge who issued a restraining order barring broadcast of a political ad attacking his own associates and campaign donors, has recused himself after The Daily Caller News Foundation first revealed his conflicts of interest.
Rudy Giuliani told CNN Wednesday that special counsel Robert Mueller informed President Donald Trump's legal team that his office concluded a sitting chief executive cannot be indicted.
Two surrogate mothers are petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to give greater credence to the constitutional rights of surrogates in custody disputes.
This State Supreme Court Justice Is In A Brutal Reelection Race. Then A Friendly Judge Gagged Her Opponents
An Arkansas judge issued a restraining order Monday barring several local television stations from broadcasting a controversial campaign ad linking a state Supreme Court justice to a Fayetteville lawyer who lavished the justice with personal gifts.
The Senate confirmed four of President Donald Trump's judicial nominees to federal appeals courts this week, bringing his total number of circuit court appointments to 21.
A majority of Americans believe the U.S. Supreme Court should interpret the Constitution in light of contemporary standards, norms, and expectations, new surveys show.
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday struck down a federal law effectively banning sports betting in most states.
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared deeply divided Wednesday over the lawfulness of President Donald Trump's travel sanctions.
Arab Bank, a Jordanian financial institution that allegedly provided a range of services to Hamas during the Second Intifada, cannot be sued by foreign citizens in an American court, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Monday found an ape satisfies the criteria for standing to bring a lawsuit under Article III of the Constitution.
The Supreme Court Monday heard a constitutional challenge to the process by which the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) appoints administrative law judges (ALJs), who preside over agency enforcement actions.
President Donald Trump is reportedly displeased with Justice Neil Gorsuch, after Gorsuch joined with the Supreme Court's liberal bloc to strike down a federal removal statute Tuesday.
The injuries Justice Sonia Sotomayor suffered during an early morning fall in her Washington, D.C., home Monday are more serious than initially thought.
Justice Neil Gorsuch joined with the Supreme Court's four liberals Tuesday to strike down a federal deportation statute as unconstitutionally vague.
President Donald Trump called on Congress to enact legislation allowing the government to deport non-citizens convicted of certain felonies, after the U.S. Supreme Court found a major federal removal law unconstitutional.