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Gerogia judge contributed to Fani Willis' campaign and worked with her in DA's office
Gerogia judge contributed to Fani Willis' campaign and worked with her in DA's office
 
A judge ruled Monday that the divorce case of Nathan Wade, who is the special prosecutor in the Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ racketeering and election interference case against former President Donald Trump, be made public.
A judge ruled Monday that the divorce case of Nathan Wade, who is the special prosecutor in the Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ racketeering and election interference case against former President Donald Trump, be made public.
 
The state Supreme Court will not take up a case involving Winston-Salem State University's 2019 decision to fire its football coach. A unanimous state Appeals Court had ruled against former coach Kienus Boulware.
The state Supreme Court will not take up a case involving Winston-Salem State University's 2019 decision to fire its football coach. A unanimous state Appeals Court had ruled against former coach Kienus Boulware.
 
Alabama and South Carolina cases could set goalposts for Voting Rights Act compliance
 
Opponents of North Carolina's voter ID law seek a February trial in their federal court case.
Opponents of North Carolina's voter ID law seek a February trial in their federal court case.
 
"...we call it lawfare and I think there is no other way to describe it.”
 
A federal court order Tuesday blocks the University of North Carolina from releasing information that could reveal the name of a former student who is suing the school.
A federal court order Tuesday blocks the University of North Carolina from releasing information that could reveal the name of a former student who is suing the school.
 
A recent decision in a western North Carolina certificate-of-need legal dispute could affect dozens of other CON cases across the state.
A recent decision in a western North Carolina certificate-of-need legal dispute could affect dozens of other CON cases across the state.
 
A court hearing Tuesday in Asheville could help determine whether an expelled University of North Carolina student can continue to shield his real name while he sues the school.
A court hearing Tuesday in Asheville could help determine whether an expelled University of North Carolina student can continue to shield his real name while he sues the school.
 
Marine veteran Daniel Penny faced a setback on Wednesday in his effort to put an end to a New York City subway death case against him that made national headlines last year.
Marine veteran Daniel Penny faced a setback on Wednesday in his effort to put an end to a New York City subway death case against him that made national headlines last year.
 
Donald Trump asked a federal appeals court late on Saturday to dismiss special counsel Jack Smith‘s case accusing the former president of unlawfully plotting to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Donald Trump asked a federal appeals court late on Saturday to dismiss special counsel Jack Smith‘s case accusing the former president of unlawfully plotting to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
 
US District Judge Loretta Biggs will not expedite a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina's restrictions on felon voting.
US District Judge Loretta Biggs will not expedite a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina's restrictions on felon voting.
 
The US Supreme Court will consider Tuesday two petitions related to North Carolina's so-called "ag-gag law."
The US Supreme Court will consider Tuesday two petitions related to North Carolina's so-called "ag-gag law."
 
“The amazing thing is if you look at the way the government is portraying the statute, you kind of wonder why it hasn't been applied before."
“The amazing thing is if you look at the way the government is portraying the statute, you kind of wonder why it hasn't been applied before."
 
The court is expected to issue a ruling on the case next summer.
The court is expected to issue a ruling on the case next summer.
 
Lawyers for state legislative leaders have signaled they intend to seek another state Supreme Court review of the Leandro education funding case.
Lawyers for state legislative leaders have signaled they intend to seek another state Supreme Court review of the Leandro education funding case.
 
A federal court has scheduled a telephone conference Wednesday in a lawsuit challenging North Carolina's restrictions on felon voting.
A federal court has scheduled a telephone conference Wednesday in a lawsuit challenging North Carolina's restrictions on felon voting.
 
At least four gold bars that federal investigators recovered during their search of Sen. Bob Menendez’s (D-NJ) home are directly linked to one of the men accused of bribing Menendez.
At least four gold bars that federal investigators recovered during their search of Sen. Bob Menendez’s (D-NJ) home are directly linked to one of the men accused of bribing Menendez.
 
Six Nevada Republicans were indicted by a grand jury in the state on Wednesday for their alleged roles in an “alternate elector” scheme that declared that former President Donald Trump won the state in 2020.
Six Nevada Republicans were indicted by a grand jury in the state on Wednesday for their alleged roles in an “alternate elector” scheme that declared that former President Donald Trump won the state in 2020.
 
The North Carolina State Board of Elections and local district attorneys object to a requested hearing in a federal lawsuit dealing with felon voting.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections and local district attorneys object to a requested hearing in a federal lawsuit dealing with felon voting.
 
US District Judge Loretta Biggs has set a Thursday deadline for defendants' responses to a request to speed up a federal felon voting lawsuit.
US District Judge Loretta Biggs has set a Thursday deadline for defendants' responses to a request to speed up a federal felon voting lawsuit.
 
State Supreme Court Justice Michael Morgan's final opinion day featured a 183-page opinion defending a death penalty verdict, a dissent in a castle doctrine case, and a vote with Republican colleagues to fight back environnentalists' challenge of a mining quarry's state permit.
State Supreme Court Justice Michael Morgan's final opinion day featured a 183-page opinion defending a death penalty verdict, a dissent in a castle doctrine case, and a vote with Republican colleagues to fight back environnentalists' challenge of a mining quarry's state permit.
 
Felon voting advocates in North Carolina seek a hearing before US District Judge Loretta Biggs and an expedited schedule for their federal lawsuit.
Felon voting advocates in North Carolina seek a hearing before US District Judge Loretta Biggs and an expedited schedule for their federal lawsuit.
 
A federal jury in San Francisco on Thursday found David DePape guilty in the October 2022 hammer attack on Paul Pelosi, the husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
A federal jury in San Francisco on Thursday found David DePape guilty in the October 2022 hammer attack on Paul Pelosi, the husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
 
Former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants requested a mistrial in his New York non-jury civil fraud case on Wednesday, alleging the appearance of bias from the judge and his principal law clerk had “tainted” the trial.
Former President Donald Trump and his co-defendants requested a mistrial in his New York non-jury civil fraud case on Wednesday, alleging the appearance of bias from the judge and his principal law clerk had “tainted” the trial.
 
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said this week that she expects the Georgia trial of former President Donald Trump to go on for “months,” and that it could drag past the 2024 election and into 2025.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said this week that she expects the Georgia trial of former President Donald Trump to go on for “months,” and that it could drag past the 2024 election and into 2025.
 
An expelled student challenges the University of North Carolina's request to have his federal lawsuit moved to a venue closer to Chapel Hill.
An expelled student challenges the University of North Carolina's request to have his federal lawsuit moved to a venue closer to Chapel Hill.
 
The Scott Gerber case at Ohio Northern University is a new low for campus politicization.
 
A gag order against former President Donald Trump related to his federal 2020 election case has been paused by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals after Trump filed an emergency request on Thursday saying the order violated his First Amendment rights.
A gag order against former President Donald Trump related to his federal 2020 election case has been paused by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals after Trump filed an emergency request on Thursday saying the order violated his First Amendment rights.
 
The NC Court of Appeals ruling this week against Wilson County schools in a pension-spiking dispute could affect outstanding cases in Harnett and Union counties.
The NC Court of Appeals ruling this week against Wilson County schools in a pension-spiking dispute could affect outstanding cases in Harnett and Union counties.
 
Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has been subpoenaed in a criminal case out of California, a U.S. House officer announced on Wednesday.
Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has been subpoenaed in a criminal case out of California, a U.S. House officer announced on Wednesday.
 
Special counsel Jack Smith’s January 6 case against former President Donald Trump fails to pass the “banana republic test,” according to Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz.
Special counsel Jack Smith’s January 6 case against former President Donald Trump fails to pass the “banana republic test,” according to Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz.
 
The federal judge assigned to special counsel Jack Smith‘s January 6 case against former President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., worked in the same law firm that once employed Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden.
The federal judge assigned to special counsel Jack Smith‘s January 6 case against former President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., worked in the same law firm that once employed Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden.
 
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