A new pro-choice group is calling on Waco officials to order local law enforcement to make enforcement of state abortion laws their lowest priority, a possibility the Waco City Council Waco plans to discuss at an upcoming meeting. Waco City Councilwoman Kelly Palmer said she knew she was breaking precedentRead More →

Views : 144 Posted: Saturday, July 30, 2022. 9:04 a.m. CST. By Zoila Palma González: On Friday, the US Embassy presided over a donation including a high-powered Dell server and three Dell workstations with high-quality monitors to Belizean law enforcement. “This equipment will support data management improvements byRead More →

House Daily News Judge Thomas told GW Law he was ‘unavailable’… Faculties of law Judge Thomas told GW Law he was ‘unavailable’ to give constitutional law seminar after student outcry By Debra Cassens-Weiss July 29, 2022, 9:22 a.m. CDT United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Photo by Saul Loeb/AFPRead More →

Participants in the Robert H. Jackson Center’s discussion of a possible tribunal in Ukraine included, clockwise from top left, David Crane, former chief prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone; Ambassador Hans Correll, former Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and United Nations Legal Counsel; Ambassador Anton, Korynevych,Read More →

The items below are consolidated reports from law enforcement agencies in the Columbia Basin. All those who are named accused or suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty by a court. Ephrata Police Department July 7 Report of a cart full of stolen goods from a business in the 1300Read More →

A long-awaited bill to legalize cannabis at the federal level was finally introduced last week after a year of negotiations after a draft was released last year. On Thursday, July 21, 2022, U.S. Senators Cory Booker, Chuck Schumer, and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden introduced the Cannabis Administration andRead More →

A long-awaited bill to legalize cannabis at the federal level was finally introduced last week after a year of negotiations after a draft was released last year. On Thursday, July 21, 2022, U.S. Senators Cory Booker, Chuck Schumer, and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden introduced the Cannabis Administration andRead More →

Captain Jamaldeen Tonzua Captain Jamaldeen Tonzua, a Ghanaian military officer and international law practitioner, urged United Nations (UN) Member States to provide resources to support the Office of the United Nations’ flagship international law capacity-building program. United Nations in Geneva.He made the call when he addressedRead More →

Ukrainian lawyers will benefit from the expertise of international lawyers As part of further support to the Ukrainian legal profession, the International Bar Association (IBA) and the Ukrainian National Bar Association (UNBA), supported by the UNBA Higher School of Advocacy, will organize a session legal training on the subject ofRead More →

Photo: PTI New Delhi: The Supreme Court has declared that the criminal justice system is “relentlessly employed” against Co-founder of Alt News Mohammad Zubair and stressed that arrest is not meant to be and should not be used as a “punitive tool”. While granting Zubair bail as part of FIRsRead More →

Kenosha police and multiple law enforcement agencies responded to an apartment building on the city’s north side Monday night following a report of a disturbance involving a possible armed individual and a bang of fire, authorities said. Agencies first responded to the call at 7:29 p.m., police said. Shortly beforeRead More →

The Coon Valley Police Department joins law enforcement officers from six states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin) on July 27 in the Awareness Day Enforcement Campaign at this year’s NHTSA Region 5 High Visibility Speed. This campaign is an effort to address the drastic increase in speeding andRead More →

(Update: New information, video, comments from salon salesperson, gas station employee) No officers injured; the neighbor’s video picked up the sound of gunfire; the county fair is proceeding as planned MADRAS, Ore. (KTVZ) — A man armed with a rifle at the Jefferson County Fair late Friday afternoon fled arrestingRead More →

IDAHO FALLS – In the early morning hours of Thursday, July 21, 2022, officers from the Idaho Falls Police Department, Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Deputies located a known fugitive who recently failed to return to the Bonneville County Jail after a court order. leave. Officers and deputies engaged in aRead More →

Denver is poised to take action to crack down on catalytic converter theft after seeing a nearly 900% increase last year in cases of auto parts disappearing from under vehicles. Matthew Lunn, director of strategic initiatives for the Denver Police Department, appeared before the city council’s safety committee on WednesdayRead More →

A new report from the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) indicates that violent crime in Washington State has increased by 12.3%. The report collects data from nearly every law enforcement agency statewide. But communities are grappling with rising violence as they also face staffing shortages. Data showsRead More →

BEAVER, Pa. (KDKA) — Law enforcement, school officials and other first responders gathered in Beaver County on Tuesday for an active shooter response training session. It comes after more tragic details emerged of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Beaver County District Attorney David Lozier said authorities need to takeRead More →

But so far the United States and its NATO allies have said they will not send troops. Nevertheless, many non-Ukrainians want to fight for Ukraine for various reasons, be they ideological, personal or political. To take advantage of this support, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky established the International Defense Legion ofRead More →

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Op-Ed Opinion: If lawmakers really want to protect sex workers, they should be asking them what they need to keep them safe, rather than assuming what’s best for them. In 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada declared unconstitutional several laws jeopardizing the safety of sex workers. PhotoRead More →

County Superintendent Dr. Al Mijares and former California Secretary of Education Dave Long (both center) celebrate the 2022 Distinguished Safe Schools Award recipients at the 13th Annual Safe Schools Conference in Garden Grove. Eleven years ago, Kyler Erickson was a high school student from Nebraska who went to the nurse’sRead More →

China has maintained its opposition to a 2016 ruling by an arbitral tribunal that rejected its sweeping claims to the South China Sea. At a press conference on Wednesday, a day after the Philippines called the decision “final” and “indisputable”, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said the decision violatedRead More →

Several companies complicit in the destruction and plunder of water resources in occupied Palestine have been warned that they violate the Palestinians’ right to self-determination and international law. Al-Haq, a Palestinian NGO, called on a number of companies, including Israel’s National Water Company, Mekorot, Hagihon Company, TAHAL Group International BV,Read More →

Veteran law enforcement chief Michael Cox named new Boston Police Department commissioner BOSTON — Boston has a newly appointed police commissioner. Michael Cox will take the helm in mid-August. The new police commissioner grew up here in Roxbury, and in fact lived just around the corner from this park whereRead More →

The constitutional issues the Supreme Court addressed – and resolved – in the landmark case of McCulloch v. Maryland (1819), have shaped our nation’s constitutional law for two centuries. McCulloch is of such importance that a prominent biographer of Chief Justice John Marshall, who wrote the court’s unanimous opinion, saidRead More →

Georgian Minister of Justice Rati Bregadze discussed cooperation in the field of criminal law and digital exchange of information during a ministerial meeting of Ministers of Justice of European Union member states in alongside his Ukrainian and Moldovan counterparts on Tuesday in Prague. Bregadze highlighted the “good experience” of cooperationRead More →

“They don’t even get paid for it – in fact, they pay out of their savings to do it,” Mr Morton said. NSW Police have been forced to postpone their June training course due to a lack of applicants and scheduling conflicts. Across the country, more than 300 officers haveRead More →

The Shelby County Traffic Safety Partnership joins law enforcement officers from six states – Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin – on July 27 as part of the National Awareness Day enforcement campaign. this year’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Region 5 high-visibility speed. This campaign is an effortRead More →

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The Supreme Court’s term just ended was marked by unprecedented judicial activism that radically shifted constitutional law in a conservative direction. It was not a question of judges following judicial methodology, legal principles or precedents. It was a conservative majority making the Republican platform a constitutional law. Opinion For decades,Read More →

Nairobi – Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Dorcas Oduor says her experience makes her suitable for the post of an appeal court judge. Oduor, also the Public Prosecutions Secretary, told the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) on Tuesday that she has been actively involved in major transformation programs at the DPP’sRead More →