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  • Immigration judge frees Mexican activist US trying to deport

    06/10/2017 5:53:44 PM PDT · by blueplum · 26 replies
    ABC news ^ | 09 June 2017 9:17pm ET | Elliot Spagat, AP San Diego
    A Mexican woman was released from custody Friday while the U.S. government seeks to deport her after a judge rejected arguments she should wear a monitoring device because she was arrested twice while demonstrating in support of people in the country illegally. Claudia Rueda, 22, plans to apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a program started in 2012 under President Barack Obama that shields immigrants who came to the U.S. as young children from being deported. Her case has drawn attention because she has no criminal record and is an immigration activist. The immigration judge, Annie S. Garcy, said...
  • [State of] Washington loses fight, might pay up to $2B to save salmon

    05/21/2017 1:12:07 PM PDT · by blueplum · 12 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | 19 May 2017 | Phuong Le
    SEATTLE (AP) - Washington state lost a major legal battle Friday, which could force it spend nearly $2 billion to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration. A panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last year affirmed a lower court’s 2013 ruling ordering the state to fix or replace hundreds of culverts - large pipes that allow streams to pass beneath roads but block migrating salmon. Idaho and Montana joined Washington state in asking the appeals court to reconsider the case. Washington had sought a rehearing, arguing in part that the court’s decision forces...
  • American Revolution 'pointless' because judges now rule (Horowitz)

    05/21/2017 12:40:45 PM PDT · by blueplum · 26 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | 19 May 2017 | Daniel Horowitz
    Americans have already lost their right to self-government. Every issue of importance is decided by unelected judges. And while the Republican majority and President Trump seem without power, the country is gripped in nothing less than a “foundational crisis.” That’s the charge of Daniel Horowitz, author of “Stolen Sovereignty,” who outlined the existential stakes facing the American people in an interview with Stefan Molyneux. [snip] “Even with this system, there is a remedy to take back jurisdiction. Article III, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, the entire jurisdiction of the courts are the subject matter. The Supreme Court, much less...
  • Judge tells Congress 'go to hell,' urges confrontation over furloughs

    10/14/2013 1:23:51 PM PDT · by don-o · 29 replies
    Fox News ^ | October 14, 2013
    <p>A federal judge says it's time to tell Congress to “go to hell” for allowing the partial government shutdown and other recent actions that have significantly cut court funding.</p> <p>“It’s the right thing to do,” said senior U.S. District Judge Richard Kopf in a recent blog posting. The blog exposed some long-simmering tensions between the two branches of government over recent budget decisions.</p>
  • I Posted This on the FB "Like" Page

    08/28/2010 6:08:28 PM PDT · by Judges Gone Wild · 80 replies
    Vanity | August 28. 2010 | Judges Gone Wild
    For the "reverends" who are offended by EVERYTHING: Put on your big girl panties and GET OVER IT, ok?
  • SOURCE: CA Prop 8 held to be unconstitutional under due process and equal protection.

    08/04/2010 1:45:48 PM PDT · by tsmith130 · 363 replies
    Drudge Report ^ | 8/04/2010 | Drudge
    Court enjoins enforcement of Prop 8... Will be released at 2 pm pt... Judge strikes down 'Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California'..
  • Judge Gives Katrina Flood Victims Hope

    11/29/2006 1:13:07 PM PST · by SmithL · 34 replies · 877+ views
    AP via SFGate ^ | 11/29/6 | EILEEN ALT POWELL
    An unexpected ruling by a federal judge in Louisiana could result in more homeowners collecting money for flood damage caused by Hurricane Katrina — at a likely cost of more than $1 billion to the industry. U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duval Jr. on Monday sided with New Orleans homeowners who argued that the language excluding water damage from some insurance policies was ambiguous. Although he said the lawsuit against The Allstate Corp., The St. Paul Travelers Companies Inc. and other insurers could go forward, he also said the issue of "flood exclusion" was so central to the case that it...
  • Random slayer of boys set for early release

    03/22/2006 4:03:46 PM PST · by Graybeard58 · 24 replies · 881+ views
    Denver Rocky Mountain News ^ | March 22, 2006 | Associated Press
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A man who told police he shot two teenage boys at random "to get something off my chest" was recommended for release from prison following a parole hearing Tuesday. Jeron Grant, 26, and an accompolice were charged in the Valentine's Day 1997 shotgun shooting deaths of Andrew Westbay, 13, and Scott Hawrysiak, 15, who were gunned down at close range as they walked home after playing video games at a neighbor's house. Parole board member Curtis Devin, who held the hearing, recommended Grant be released in either August or September, only a few weeks earlier than...
  • Suspended ssentence stuns some jurors in rape case.

    03/22/2006 8:45:32 AM PST · by Don Carlos · 55 replies · 2,981+ views
    The Daily Oklahoman ^ | 03/22/2006 | Chad Previch
    PAWNEE - Members of a Pawnee County jury are upset a judge suspended sentence to a man convicted of raping a 13-year-old. The Jury had recommended a 30-year prison sentence.One upset juror drove to the Pawnee County Courthouse and returned a check for $167.90 he received for serving on the jury."They didn't know what to do with it," said Bruce Funkhouser."Justice was not served by this at all," Funkhouser said.
  • Berkeley Wins Boy Scouts-Marina Case [CA State Supreme Court Ruling; "Gays" v Boy Scouts]

    03/10/2006 9:04:24 AM PST · by indcons · 34 replies · 1,111+ views
    Yahoo via AP ^ | Thu Mar 9, 6:26 PM ET | DAVID KRAVETS, Associated Press Writer
    SAN FRANCISCO - The city of Berkeley can charge marina fees to youth sailors connected with the Boy Scouts of America in response to the Scouts' discriminatory policies, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The court unanimously rejected claims by the Berkeley Sea Scouts that the city violated the group's free speech and freedom of association rights by charging it berthing fees, which nonprofit groups that comply with a 1997 nondiscrimination law do not pay. The city revoked the group's subsidies in 1998 because the Boy Scouts bar atheist and gay members. It's one of several cases in which federal,...
  • Judges Following No Law (why Arlen Specter must go)

    11/06/2004 6:40:30 PM PST · by spycatcher · 32 replies · 2,053+ views
    Hudson Institute ^ | Aug 12,2004 | Robert H. Bork
    Within the next two or three years, the Supreme Court will almost certainly climax a series of state court rulings by creating a national constitutional right to homosexual marriage. The Court's ongoing campaign to normalize homosexuality--creating for homosexuals constitutional rights to special voting status and to engage in sodomy--leaves little doubt that the Court has set its course for a right to marry. This is but one of a series of cultural debacles forced upon us by judges following no law but their own predilections. This one, however, will be nuclear. As an example of judicial incontinence, it will rival...