The Australian government announced Sunday that victims of forced marriages in Australia will have access to a support policy providing needs-based prevention and early intervention as part of a push to end modern-day slavery. Victims or those at risk of being forced into marriage can now receive access to 200 days of holistic support through [...]

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The federal trial of Carlos Orense Azocar (Orense) began this week, where he faces accusations of shipping tens of thousands of kilograms of cocaine into the United States with suspected ties between Venezuelan oil and military leaders. With certain court documents sealed, Matthew Russell Lee of Inner City Press had access to the courtroom on Monday. [...]

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The US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Tuesday became the first US appeals court to propose a new rule requiring lawyers to certify that they either did not use generative artificial intelligence (AI) programs, like Chat GPT, to draft filings or that humans reviewed AI-generated material. The proposal aims to ensure that [...]

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Lawyers for former US President Donald Trump presented oral arguments before a DC appeals court Monday, arguing that the gag order prohibiting Trump from disparaging participants in his election interference criminal case violates the former President’s right to free speech. A three-member panel of the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit [...]

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A California federal judge ruled against major social media platforms on Tuesday in their effort to dismiss a case brought by concerned parents, advocacy groups and school districts against the social media platforms’ addictive design. The plaintiffs asserted that social media platforms—like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, YouTube and Google—are defective by design in three major [...]

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