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  • L.A. County Superior Court spokesman placed on indefinite administrative leave

     
    The top spokesman for the Los Angeles County Superior Court has been placed on indefinite administrative leave effective Wednesday, court officials said. Allan Parachini, a former staff writer for The Times and spokesman for the American Civil Liberties...
  • EGYPT: Coptic Church rejects second marriages despite court ruling

     
    The Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church will not abide to a recent Higher Administrative Court ruling allowing Copts the right to remarry: "We respect the Egyptian judiciary, but no force on earth can make the Church violate teachings of the holy......
  • Gulf oil spill: Moratorium judge owned shares in 17 oil and gas industry firms last year [updated]

     
    The New Orleans federal judge who struck down the Obama administration’s six-month moratorium on deep-water drilling in the wake of the Gulf oil spill owned shares in at least 17 oil and gas industry companies last year, documents released Friday......
  • Drilling Moratorium Could Cost Big

    Drilling Moratorium Could Cost Big
    The cost of President Obama's deep water oil drilling moratorium could have a big economic impact on Houston according to some analysts. Obama's administration continues wrestling with the Louisiana courts over a six-month moratorium on deep water...
  • DOJ urges appeals court delay on oil spill ruling

    DOJ urges appeals court delay on oil spill ruling
    The Justice Department on Friday urged a federal appeals court to delay a judge's ruling overturning a drilling moratorium in the Gulf. In court papers, the Obama administration said the suspensions in deepwater drilling are crucially important to...
  • Court: Sexually Dangerous Prisoners Can Be Held Indefinitely

    Court: Sexually Dangerous Prisoners Can Be Held Indefinitely
    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court ruled Monday that federal officials can indefinitely hold inmates considered "sexually dangerous" after their prison terms are complete. The high court in a 7-2 judgment reversed a lower court decision that said Congress...
  • President Obama Selects Kagan for Supreme Court

    President Obama Selects Kagan for Supreme Court
    President Barack Obama will nominate Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court, a person familiar with the president's thinking said Sunday night. The move positions the court to have three female justices for the first time in history. The...
  • New York City Native To Be Nominated For Supreme Court Today

    New York City Native To Be Nominated For Supreme Court Today
    President Barack Obama will nominate Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court, a person familiar with the president's thinking said Sunday night. The move positions the court to have three female justices for the first time in history. The...
  • Judge blocks stem cell research

    Judge blocks stem cell research
    A U.S. district judge on Monday blocked the federal government from funding all research involving human embryonic stem cells on the grounds that it violates a 1996 law intended to prevent the destruction of of human embryos. The ruling came in the...
  • Lawsuit: St. Vincent's Hospital Cooked Books

    Lawsuit: St. Vincent's Hospital Cooked Books
    A group of former employees from the now-defunct St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center will file suit Monday in Manhattan Supreme Court, accusing management of grossly exaggerating the institution's debt, blowing millions of dollars on their...
  • California Chief Justice George To Retire

    California Chief Justice George To Retire
    SAN FRANCISCO -- California Chief Justice Ronald M. George, who presided over the often turbulent restructuring of state courts and wrote the ruling that temporarily gave gays the right to marry, said Wednesday he would step down in January after a 38-...
  • Design firm is chosen

    Design firm is chosen
    GLENDALE — State justice administrators have selected an award-winning architecture firm to design the new Glendale courthouse, but officials haven't determined its location. After an extensive vetting process, Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects...