SLO County District Legal professional’s Workplace Responds to Media Inquiries Relating to Energetic Case • Atascadero Information

SLO County District Attorney’s Office Responds to Media Inquiries Regarding Active Case • Atascadero News

SAN LUIS OBISPO – The San Luis Obispo District Prosecutor’s Office released a statement responding to numerous media inquiries about a letter from a defense attorney to a San Luis Obispo District law enforcement agency. Explanation: “Prosecutors are confident that the facts and circumstances of Mr. Grocott’s arrest will be fully and fairly disclosed in … Read more

Critics and Veterans Slam Media Assault On Sen. Cotton’s Service Claims – Thelegaltorts

Critics and Veterans Slam Media Attack On Sen. Cotton’s Service Claims – JONATHAN TURLEY

There is an ongoing controversy sparked by an article in Salon indicating that Senator Tom Cotton lied about being an Army ranger in describing his military service. Roger Sullenberger’s Salon article alleged that Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton “was forced to repeatedly forge this honorable military record.” It’s an accusation that borders on a claim to … Read more

Clint Broden Prison Protection Lawyer for Garret Miller Updates Media

Clint Broden Criminal Defense Lawyer for Garret Miller Updates Media

Dallas, January 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – STATEMENT ON GARRET MILLER Clinton Broden, partner in the law firm Broden & Mickelsen, LLP and counsel for Garret Miller, issues the following statement on behalf of Mr. Miller: Let me start by saying that I was in Washington DC on January 6, 2021 believing I was following … Read more

Belief In The Media Hits An All-Time Low In New Polling – Thelegaltorts

Trust In The Media Hits An All-Time Low In New Polling – JONATHAN TURLEY

We previously discussed how years of openly partisan reporting in the age of echo journalism destroyed American journalism. Unsurprisingly, the public has lost faith in the once-leading nation on journalistic practices and ethics. A new poll by global communications company Edelman (via Axios) found that only 46 percent of Americans trust traditional media. This reflects … Read more

Lawyer For Harris County Physician Accused Of Stealing COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Says They Would Have Gone To Waste – Houston Public Media

Lawyer For Harris County Doctor Accused Of Stealing COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Says They Would Have Gone To Waste – Houston Public Media

This Monday, July 27, 2020, a nurse prepares a syringe while investigating a potential COVID-19 vaccine being developed by the National Institutes of Health and Moderna Inc. in Binghamton, NY An attorney for a former Harris County public health doctor accused of stealing a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine vial for friends and family said Friday the … Read more

Argument evaluation: Justices sympathetic to FCC in media possession dispute

Case preview: Justices again take on anti-robocall law

The Supreme Court heard Tuesday morning in a dispute arising from attempts by the Federal Communications Commission to deregulate local media ownership. After nearly an hour and a half of debate, the judges seemed inclined to keep the FCC’s efforts going – even if that wasn’t the reason major broadcasters would prefer. FCC v Prometheus … Read more

Case preview: Conflict over media possession guidelines arrives on the court docket

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

On Tuesday the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in the latest chapter of a long-running battle between the Federal Communications Commission and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit over the FCC’s efforts to deregulate media ownership. Although the case is a technical one, the court’s eventual ruling could affect who owns … Read more

Ron Paul Posts Criticism of Censorship on Social Media Shortly Earlier than Fb Blocks Him – Thelegaltorts

Democratic Leaders Suggest A Dim Future For Biden-Related Investigations – JONATHAN TURLEY

We talked about the chilling repression against freedom of expression that has been developing in the US for years. These efforts have accelerated after the Capitol uprising, including shutdown points like Parler. The former Texas Congressman Ron Paul (85) has now been prevented from using his Facebook page for unspecified violations of “community standards”. Paul’s … Read more

Attorneys clarify social media bans don’t violate First Modification rights

Attorneys explain social media bans do not violate First Amendment rights

MIAMI – Following the siege of the U.S. Capitol, President Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter and blocked on several other social media sites. Alternative sites like Parler will also be closed, but legal experts say social media bans won’t break the first change. “It may be unwise to exclude some people from these … Read more