The Vermont Supreme Court has ruled that a lower court judge denied probationer's rights when he ruled that he violated terms of probation without granting a hearing on the merits. Probationer submitted sworn statement with exhibits showing that due to medical issues he was unable to comply with certain conditions and/or that he did in-fact comply with other requirements of such probation officials!Read more »
A mother from Sydney, Australia has been forced to immunise her daughter by a Family court.Read more »
The 2nd Circuit US Court of Appeals has ruled that recording an in-person conversation without the knowledge of all parties is only a violation of federal wiretapping law if the person making the recording intends to use the recording for illegal purposes. At least in the states that do not have explicit laws against recording cops, this should nullify the abuses of wiretapping laws against people recording in public.Read more »
A federal appeals court says three Seattle police officers did not employ excessive force when they repeatedly tasered a visibly pregnant woman for refusing to sign a speeding ticket.Read more »
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