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Tribal attorneys talk about adjustments inside tribes 13 months after McGirt ruling

Tribal attorneys discuss changes within tribes 13 months after McGirt ruling

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Tribal attorneys discussed some changes within the tribes at the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association’s annual meeting on Tuesday, 13 months after the McGirt ruling fell. “It has affected us by driving our case numbers up,” said Kara Bacon, a tribal prosecutor for the Choctaw Nation. Oklahoma Court: McGirt Judgment should not … Read more

Lehighton extends lawyer contract for six months – Occasions Information On-line

Lehighton extends attorney contract for 6 months – Times News Online

Published June 30, 2021 2:45 p.m. Three current Lehighton Area School District board members will be leaving their seats in December and it appears that the new group of directors will have the option to select the law firm that will provide the legal services to the district. The board unanimously extended the Filer & … Read more

Riverside hires new metropolis lawyer, months after firing final one – Press Enterprise

Riverside hires new city attorney, months after firing last one – Press Enterprise

Riverside leaders have hired Phaedra Norton, who has served as Merced’s city attorney for nearly three years, to handle the legal affairs of the largest parish in the Inland Empire. She is scheduled to start on July 20, replacing former city attorney Gary Geuss, who was fired in the fall. Riverside City Council voted 6-0 … Read more

Grand Rapids legal professional talks about first 4 months as justice on the Michigan Supreme Court docket

Grand Rapids attorney talks about first four months as justice on the Michigan Supreme Court

LANSING, me. – For the fourth time in the state’s history, the Michigan Supreme Court has a female majority. One of these recently sworn women is from West Michigan. There are seven Michigan Supreme Court justices, four of whom are women. I sat down with Grand Rapids’ newly elected Judge Elizabeth Welch to brief her … Read more

Now accessible on Oyez: This month’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts

Case preview: Justices again take on anti-robocall law

Posted Thu, Jan 21st 2021 11:03 am by Oyez Project Oyez has released the adjusted audio and transcripts of the November 2020 oral submission to the Supreme Court. The court heard arguments this month in: Posted in Merit Cases Recommended citation: Oyez Project, now available on Oyez: This month’s oral argument is aligned with the … Read more

“Their state of affairs is pressing”; attorneys scramble to help hundreds of Memphians vulnerable to eviction at month’s finish

"Their situation is urgent"; attorneys scramble to assist thousands of Memphians at risk of eviction at month's end

The federal eviction moratorium expires on January 31st. The tenants at risk are hoping for a short-term extension or infusion of new federal funds. MEMPHIS, Tenn – “I hope everyone sees this is a real pandemic and a lot of people are injured,” Bluu Davis said. Davis is among those injured. The single mother lost … 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

2 months after damage, Maricopa County lawyer again house

2 months after injury, Maricopa County attorney back home

PHOENIX (AP) – Maricopa prosecutor Allister Adel was discharged from hospital nearly two months after a brain injury on election day. Maricopa County prosecutors said in a statement Thursday that Adel was back home but had signed her oath of office. Adel hit his head after falling at her home on November 3rd. The Metro … Read more

2 months after harm, Maricopa County legal professional again house

2 months after injury, Maricopa County attorney back home

Posted on Thursday December 31st, 2020 at 5:35 pm CST PHOENIX (AP) – Maricopa prosecutor Allister Adel was discharged from hospital nearly two months after a brain injury on election day. Maricopa County prosecutors said in a statement Thursday that Adel was back home but had signed her oath of office. Adel hit his head … Read more

Now obtainable on Oyez: This month’s oral argument audio aligned with the transcripts

Case preview: Justices again take on anti-robocall law

Posted on Friday December 11th, 2020 at 9:49 am by Oyez Project Oyez has released the adjusted audio and transcripts of the December 2020 oral presentation to the Supreme Court. The court heard arguments this month in: Posted in Merit Cases Recommended citation: Oyez Project, now available on Oyez: This month’s oral argument is aligned … Read more