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  • Judge Tentatively Rules in Favor of Dish in Fox's AutoHop Challenge

    A federal judge has tentatively decided that Dish Network isn't violating copyright law in its offering of a service that allows subscribers to record primetime programs with commercials automatically deleted. U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee's tentative...
  • Supreme Court allows Texas to require photo IDs for voting

    WASHINGTON A divided Supreme Court early Saturday morning let a new Texas voter ID law take effect, the latest ruling in a series of decisions on voting laws in the states just weeks before midterm elections. The court's decision means Texas voters...
  • High court action on Texas ID law shows mixed record on voting rights

    “There is no right more basic in our democracy than the right to participate in electing our political leaders,” Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote in April. Roberts spoke then for the court’s conservative majority in striking down...
  • Reject Amendment 3

    Two branches of government in Florida, led by the governor and the Legislature, have been in the hands of the same party for the past 15 years. Only the third branch, the nonpartisan judiciary, has occasionally stood in the way of either, when judges have...
  • Pam Bondi's conservatism a true relic of the past

    On Monday, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi acknowledged the U.S. Supreme Court had forced her hand on same-sex marriage.  Bondi had wanted the nation's high court to give her cover on an issue that has hurt her approval ratings. Rather than keep...
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices feud over racy emails

    Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices feud over racy emails
    HARRISBURG — A scandal over government workers sending sexually explicit emails has triggered infighting among justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Chief Justice Ron Castille said Wednesday that Justice Seamus McCaffery sent 234 emails to an...
  • Delaware high court says GM loan documents valid despite error

    (Reuters) - The Delaware Supreme Court said on Friday that creditors are entitled to rely on formal loan documents authorized by secured lenders, even if there is a mistake in the documents. The court was responding to a question from a New York...
  • 'Midnight Rider' Insurer Cites Negligence in Refusal to Pay Claim

    The insurer of the "Midnight Rider" production says that it doesn't have to pay a claim, in part because of negligence on the part of the film's producers. New York Marine on Friday responded to the producers' lawsuit seeking to recover losses after...
  • U.S. Marshals' deputy charged with stealing bags of marijuana

    U.S. Marshals' deputy charged with stealing bags of marijuana
    A U.S Marshals deputy was charged this week with stealing 24 pounds of marijuana at gunpoint in Northern California, then fleeing from authorities, according to federal court documents. Clorenzo Griffen, a federal deputy from Miami, and two other men...
  • Court: Newport News man admits to stabbing wife to death

    NEWPORT NEWS — Jamila Adams was stabbed to death 11 times in April. The man charged with killing her didn't deny it when questioned by police. "Yes I hurt her with a knife. I stabbed her with a knife…yes I did it," Barharadin Juma said in...
  • College roundup: Winston moving forward with hearing

    The Sports Xchange College roundup: Winston moving forward with hearing No date has been announced, but Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is moving forward with an upcoming student judiciary hearing. David Cornwell, an Atlanta-based attorney for...