Legal professional group recommends Marion County settle for Purdue chapter plan

Attorney group recommends Marion County accept Purdue bankruptcy plan

Marion County’s commissioners will consider a lawyer’s recommendation to approve a Purdue bankruptcy plan during an upcoming meeting. The bankruptcy plan was part of a memo from the Romano Law Group, which, among other things, is representing Marion County in the litigation. Purdue filed for bankruptcy in September 2019 after being named a defendant in … Read more

Attorneys plan to problem dying penalty in West Yellowstone homicide case | Crime and Courts

Attorneys plan to challenge death penalty in West Yellowstone murder case | Crime and Courts

Lawyers for a West Yellowstone woman facing the death penalty for her grandson’s death plan to question the constitutionality of the death penalty in the coming months. Patricia Batts appeared before Gallatin County District Court Judge John Brown Friday with defense attorneys Craig Shannon and Greg Jackson for a status conference on legal proceedings leading … Read more

Police paperwork element Ephrata lawyer’s plan to journey to D.C., shoot officers | Native Information

Police documents detail Ephrata lawyer's plan to travel to D.C., shoot officials | Local News

The Ephrata attorney, charged with threatening to kill government officials in the Washington, DC area, had the means, according to police documents detailing his arrest. When searching for a Kenelm L Shirk III car on January 21st, State Police found an AR-15 rifle, two handguns, “a large amount of ammunition” (including 30 rounds of .380 … Read more

Immigration lawyer analyzes President Biden’s plan for expedited citizenship pathway

Immigration lawyer analyzes President Biden’s plan for expedited citizenship pathway

ROANOKE, Va. – In four years, the Trump administration made 400 policy changes related to immigration. Now President Joe Biden’s reform law could open a new stage in one fell swoop. Eleven million undocumented residents in the United States could obtain citizenship in just eight years. Under the current complex immigration system, obtaining citizenship can … Read more

Missed deadline complicates Trump’s plan for census information, regardless of courtroom’s ruling that allowed him to maneuver ahead

Argument analysis: Justices ponder narrow question in second look at arbitration dispute

Posted Thu December 31st 2020 11:50 am by Amy Howe Twelve days after the Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration to develop a plan to change how census figures are used to determine Congressional representation, the Census Bureau confirmed it would not meet an important year-end deadline to increase the population of the state Providing … Read more

De Blasio Double Downs On Plan To “Redistribute Wealth” – Thelegaltorts

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

As with my criticism of his understanding of the economy (by asking that the federal government just print more money to eradicate New York City’s debt), I believe de Blasio is fundamentally wrong about the purpose of public education. In Chicago, my parents were big supporters of the public school system and tried to stop … Read more

Supreme Courtroom Dismisses Lawsuit Difficult Trump’s Plan to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from Congressional Apportionment Counts—However the Case Might Quickly Come Again

Supreme Court Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Trump's Plan to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from Congressional Apportionment Counts—But the Case Could Soon Come Back

The Capitol.   This morning, the Supreme dismissed a lawsuit filed by various state and local governments challenging the legality of Donald Trump’s plan to exclude undocumented migrants from population counts that determine the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives. I wrote about the issues at stake in the case here and here, … Read more

Opinion evaluation: Court docket tosses problem to Trump’s plan to exclude unauthorized immigrants from congressional reapportionment

Argument analysis: Justices seem inclined to put off ruling on merits of Trump’s plan for census data

Posted on December 18, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. by Amy Howe The Supreme Court ruled Friday that it was too early to clarify the legality of the Trump administration’s plan to exclude people who are illegally in the country from the state breakdown used for the House seat distribution. The decision ends, at least temporarily, … Read more

Worldwide flights return to Melbourne; Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani has coronavirus; NSW quarantine bungle might threaten WA’s border reopening; UK gears up for enormous vaccination plan; Freedom day in NSW and Victoria with restrictions eased

From Freya NobleDecember 06, 2020 11:56 PM Queensland is “reiterating” its offer to host the 2032 Olympic Games in Brisbane, the Prime Minister has announced. Annastacia Palaszczuk said she had a “positive discussion” today with the President of the Australian Olympic Committee, John Coates. “It is time for everyone to reaffirm their commitment to these … Read more