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Former Idaho Falls legislator resigns as U.S. Legal professional | Authorities

Former Idaho Falls legislator resigns as U.S. Attorney | Government

A former longtime lawmaker who represented east Idaho has resigned as chief attorney for federal courts in Idaho. 65-year-old Bart Davis isn’t entirely sure what to do after serving as a U.S. attorney for Idaho District for more than three years, he said in a phone interview with the Post Register on Friday. At least … Read more

Can’t Converse About “the [Capitol] Protest or the Issues Associated to america Authorities” – Cause.com

Can’t Speak About “the [Capitol] Protest or the Matters Related to the United States Government” – Reason.com

Jeremy Chisenhall (Lexington Herald Leader) reports: [Damon Michael Beckley, who was subjected to these conditions,] has been charged with unlawful entry of a restricted building and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds, according to the FBI. He was filmed at the Capitol on Jan. 6, saying, “we aren’t putting up with this tyrannical rule. If we’ve … Read more

G7 Lawyer or Authorized Officer – Authorities Authorized Division

G7 Attorney or Legal Officer in the Government Legal Department in London and Leeds Working group London and Leeds £ 50,000 (Class 7) or £ 42,844 (Legal Officer) With around 12,000 attorneys and attorneys at law, the Government Legal Department (GLD) is the largest provider of legal services in the entire government – from roads … Read more

Over sharp dissents, courtroom intervenes to permit federal authorities to execute 13th individual in six months

Justices lift New York’s COVID-related attendance limits on worship services

The Supreme Court on Friday allowed the federal government to execute Dustin Higgs by reversing the order of the lower courts that put the execution on hold and pulling dissidents strongly worded by two judges. The execution of Higgs was the third federal execution this week and concludes a push by the Trump administration to … Read more

Argument evaluation: Justices weigh mootness after change in authorities coverage in circumstances in search of nominal damages

Justices issue more orders from Friday’s conference, decline to fast-track election-related cases

The Supreme Court heard a hearing on Tuesday in the case of a Georgia student who was prevented from distributing religious literature and speaking about his beliefs on his public college campus. The student, Chike Uzuegbunam, argued that the college’s guidelines violated the first change, but shortly after the lawsuit was filed, the college changed … Read more

Case preview: Justices to contemplate impact of change in authorities coverage on instances in search of symbolic damages

Case preview: Justices to consider effect of change in government policy on cases seeking symbolic damages

Der Oberste Gerichtshof wird am Dienstag eine mündliche Verhandlung in einem Fall führen, in dem in Frage gestellt wird, ob eine Klage, die nur symbolischen Schadenersatz fordert, fortgesetzt werden kann, nachdem die Regierung die angefochtene verfassungswidrige Politik geändert hat, oder ob der Fall stattdessen strittig ist – das heißt, keine lebende Kontroverse mehr. Das Problem … Read more

Petitions of the week: 4 petitions that check the bounds on lawsuits in opposition to the federal government

Petitions of the week: Four petitions that test the limits on lawsuits against the government

Posted Fri, Jan 8th 2021 3:04 pm by Andrew Hamm This week we’re highlighting certification filings that ask the Supreme Court to review cases and laws to bring charges against various government agencies, from two counties to a governor to the United States. Three of the petitions concern women who are appealing from the counties … Read more

Watch now: Macon County’s new state’s legal professional hires his challenger | Authorities & Politics

Team of rivals: Macon County's new state's attorney hires his challenger | Government & Politics

DECATUR – “If you can’t beat them, join them” isn’t usually a job description for working in the Macon County Attorney’s Office. But that approach works well for Assistant Macon County Attorney Tammara “Tammy” Wagoner, just hired by Macon County Attorney Scott Rueter. Rueter, a Republican, defeated Wagoner, his Democratic challenger, in the November election … Read more

Crew of rivals: Macon County’s new state’s lawyer hires his challenger | Authorities & Politics

Team of rivals: Macon County's new state's attorney hires his challenger | Government & Politics

“You know, I don’t remember ever seeing anything like this anywhere else,” she said. “But I really think, to be honest, if you have two people who have respect for each other and an appreciation for the work being done, we need to see this happen more often.” Support local journalism Your membership enables our … Read more

Idaho Gov to hitch lawsuit to overturn presidential election; Lawyer Normal says ‘No’ | Authorities

Idaho Gov to join lawsuit to overturn presidential election; Attorney General says 'No' | Government

The Republican governor of Idaho said Thursday he plans to file a brief lawsuit asking the US Supreme Court to invalidate the results of presidential elections in four swing states. On the same day, the Republican attorney general said he would not support the effort. “Idaho’s elections are safe and secure, and we expect the … Read more