Alabama became the latest state to remove license requirements for carrying a concealed weapon in public, as several states debate similar measures this session. Known as “porting without a license” or “constitutional porting” legislation, the bills have been roundly criticized by police and gun control advocates, who argue that removingRead More →

SPIRIT LAKE NATION – A new agreement between tribal, state and federal authorities aims to crack down on drug trafficking in Spirit Lake Nation. President Douglas Yankton, Sr., newly appointed Attorney General Drew Wrigley and Tino Lopez, the deputy special agent in charge of a regional Bureau of Indian AffairsRead More →

BELEN — Nearly two dozen county residents turned up in person Saturday night at Belen City Hall to interview local law enforcement officials and prosecutors about crime issues in their communities, while which many were watching from home via Facebook Live. Valencia County Commissioner Joseph Bizzell asked if the agenciesRead More →

As criminal investigations and prosecutions become increasingly transnational, more Commonwealth prosecutions rely on the assistance of overseas law enforcement agencies. The international work of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP), which primarily relates to extradition and mutual assistance, is coordinated by the International Assistance and Specialist Agencies Practice GroupRead More →

“It was absolute acknowledgment that this was a violent attack on the Jewish community,” said Nathan Diament, executive director of public policy at the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations in America, which hosted the meeting. ‘call. Attorney General Merrick Garland, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and White House officials madeRead More →

Leading federal health agency seeks to promote studies on the effectiveness of various harm reduction policies, including decriminalization and safe consumption sites, as part of a campaign to tackle the epidemic overdose. While the Biden administration has yet to take a position on policy proposals to allow safe consumption facilities,Read More →

Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office has proposed defining cryptocurrency as property in the country’s criminal code. Decentralized digital currency has already been qualified as such in the provisions of several other laws although various aspects of cryptocurrencies remain unregulated. Prosecutors in Russia Propose Bill Granting Cryptocurrency Ownership Status The Prosecutor General’sRead More →

Assistant Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco recently announced new policies targeting white-collar corporate crime and reversing Trump-era guidelines deemed too lenient by the current leadership of the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”). In an October 28, 2021 address to the American Bar Association’s National Institute on White-Collar Crime, Monaco announcedRead More →

IE 11 is not supported. For the best experience, visit our site on a different browser. FOLLOWING “It’s a huge American problem”: executive director of When We All Vote on voting rights 05:03 “Get your children vaccinated”: Dr Juan Salazar on the wave of covid in children 04:13 “All roadsRead More →

NEW DELHI: Former Indian attorney general and veteran lawyer Soli Sorabjee died on Friday morning at the age of 91. According to family sources, he died of complications from COVID-19. The seasoned lawyer was born in 1930 in Bombay. The 91-year-old constitutional law expert was recently infected with COVID-19, familyRead More →

Zoe Berg, photo editor On February 18, the Yale Cyber ​​Leadership Forum hosted a virtual discussion titled “Criminal Law Enforcement Across National Borders.” The session, open to the general public on Zoom, was the second of seven bi-weekly Thursday webinars this semester designed to bridge the gap between the legal,Read More →

A The Home Secretary has admitted the government could be breaking international law by considering overriding the Brexit treaty. The Prime Minister is facing a revolt from Tory MPs over plans that would allow him to renege on parts of his Brexit deal, with his former attorney general Geoffrey CoxRead More →

The UK Government’s top legal adviser has been accused of producing ‘utterly laughable’ ‘undergraduate and first-year undergraduate stuff’ in her attempts to defend Britain’s International Internal Market Bill Westminster breaking the law. In a statement this afternoon, Suella Braverman, the attorney general for England and Wales, said the bill wouldRead More →

Dr. Sarah Fulham-McQuillan Dr. Sarah Fulham-McQuillanassistant professor at UCD Sutherland School of Lawexamines the legal basis for mandatory vaccinations against COVID-19. Promising results from COVID-19 vaccine trials emerged last month amid growing concern that close contacts of coronavirus patients were not participating in testing. If a viable COVID-19 vaccine isRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The actions of federal law enforcement officers during protests in Oregon’s largest city, carried out without the consent of local officials, raise the prospect of a constitutional crisis — a crisis that could worsen as weeks of protests find renewed interest in clashes with camouflaged andRead More →

The representative form of American constitutional democracy is on the verge of collapse because of political corruption at the highest levels and the concurrent decline of civility and growing mob behavior. A fundamental and deep division prevents the government from repairing itself. But we the people can play a decisiveRead More →