The FBI on Saturday arrested Larry Mitchell Hopkins, a member of the United Constitutional Patriots, which recently posted a video of private citizens detaining migrants, catching the attention of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Hopkins, along with the other members of the group, were reportedly carrying firearms and ammunition for the purposes of using [...]

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The Michigan Supreme Court on Monday proposed adding technological competency to the list of required skills under the state’s rules of professional conduct for attorneys. Specifically, the rules of competence (Rule 1.1) and confidentiality of information (Rule 1.6) would be amended to include technological advancement in society. Attorneys would be required to engage in  continuing [...]

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Judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday rejected a request to open an investigation into allegations of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan. The prosecutor had requested authorization to investigate war crimes that may have been occurring in the country since 2003. The court noted that the political situation since 2006, [...]

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A Japanese court on Friday approved the extended detention of former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn. Ghosn was arrested Thursday after being released last month for charges relating to financial wrongdoings. This is the fourth arrest regarding charges against Ghosn for financial wrongdoings. Prosecutors sought Ghosn’s arrest specifically on the suspicion that he utilized his position as [...]

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The US Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear the appeal of an unnamed corporation required to disclose vital information regarding special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.  The company had argued that it was immune to investigation the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, which restrains prosecution for foreign entities. A lower court initially fouond that the request [...]

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