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Former Trump Marketing campaign Lawyer Sidney Powell Needs Supreme Courtroom to Hear Election Lawsuit

Former Trump Campaign Attorney Sidney Powell Wants Supreme Court to Hear Election Lawsuit

Unfortunately, most of Powell’s litigation failed after the elections. Conservative attorney Sidney Powell has filed another lawsuit alleging the Democrats were trying to steal President Donald Trump’s elections in Michigan. Powell filed a petition with the US Supreme Court earlier this week, according to The Detroit Free Press. In her complaint, Powell alleged that Michigan’s … Read more

Ex-Trump lawyer information authorized Hail Mary, asks Supreme Courtroom to listen to Michigan case

Attorney Sidney Powell speaks during a rally in Alpharetta, Georgia on Wednesday, December 2, 2020.

A team of lawyers, relying on conspiracies and misinformation to argue that President Donald Trump did indeed win the Michigan election, filed a legal long shot on Friday in hopes the US Supreme Court will take their case will be taken up before the electoral college votes on Monday. Local and national legal experts told … Read more

Case preview: The $124 billion questions – Justices to listen to argument in dispute over Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac shareholder go well with

Case preview: The $124 billion questions – Justices to hear argument in dispute over Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac shareholder suit

The Supreme Court in June ruled in Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that statutory restrictions on the president’s ability to remove the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau violated the Constitution’s separation of powers. On Wednesday, the court will consider whether a different set of restrictions, governing the removal of the director … Read more

Case preview: Justices will hear argument on whether or not unanimous jury ruling applies retroactively

Case preview: Justices will hear argument on whether unanimous jury ruling applies retroactively

Im April entschied der Oberste Gerichtshof in Ramos gegen Louisiana, dass die sechste Änderung ein Recht auf eine einstimmige Jury begründet, das sowohl vor Bundes- als auch vor Landesgerichten gilt. Am Mittwoch in Edwards gegen Vannoy werden die Richter darüber streiten, ob Insassen, deren Verurteilungen vor dieser Entscheidung rechtskräftig wurden, dies nun ausnutzen können. Obwohl … Read more

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