Man in england banned from sex, under supervision now to ensure he doesn't do the nasty anymoreRead more »
After cose to a year of almost daily FIJA activism at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, a Judge has officially ordered such activity 'contemp of court'Read more »
The Suffolk County Superior Court in Boston, MA have summoned a family pet named Sal to "serve" as a juror, and refuse to exempt the cat on grounds of being an animal. I suspect a cat can make as much sense of this country's ludicrous legal system as anyone else.Read more »
Pennsylvania Constables Hubie Coleman and Albert "Rocky" Younkin serve arrest warrants and take those individuals to district court but have an especially long stretch when it comes to the monthly night court. They noticed an issue with picking up the bad guys. They had a hard time getting them to open their doors so they can serve their warrants."One guy told us he wouldn't come outside because of our car," Coleman said of the constable car that resembles a police cruiser. "So Rocky and I were thinking to use a Steelers van."Read more »
Thomas John Collins was sent to the cells after twice calling Magistrate Matthew McLaughlin "mate'' during a hearing last week. When Magistrate McLaughlin objected ordering Collins to address him as ``sir or your honour'', the defendant replied "okay mate'' and was sent for a stint in the cells.Read more »
Citing cases dating back as far as 1928, a judge has ruled that a young girl accused of running down an elderly woman while racing a bicycle with training wheels on a Manhattan sidewalk two years ago can be sued for negligence.Read more »
Believe it or not, a lawyer is trying to steal a lot money from a lot of people.Read more »
BE IT REMEMBERED, this date, the Court having ordered all present in the courtroom to stand and recite the Pledge of Allegience, and having found that Danny Lampley, Attorney at Law, failed and refused to do so, finds said Danny Lampley to be in criminal contempt of court.Read more »
I would love to hear about some of the activists in New Hampshire pulling a routine similar to THIS in court.... I'm not even sure this is true, but it's funny none-the-less!Read more »
Here’s a tale of two lawsuits: an artist who wants to get paid for his work and a university employee who wants to get paid for falling out of her chair. The former gets to keep his Facebook and MySpace communications private and the latter has to turn them over. Old electronic communications laws mixed with cutting edge electronic communication on social networking sites mean that individual judges have wide leeway in determining what online is private and what’s not.Read more »
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