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The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Monday held that the District Court for the Northern District of California’s COVID-19 protocols violated defendant James David Allen II’s Sixth Amendment right to a public trial. In 2020, the district court prohibited the public from attending Allen’s suppression hearing and trial “and rejected his request [...]

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Four criminal defendants in Oregon Monday filed a lawsuit against the state for violating their rights to counsel and a speedy trial under the Sixth Amendment. The plaintiff’s allege that an underfunded and failing public defender system has left them without counsel for months. Jason D. Williamson, the executive director of the Center on Race, [...]

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The Orange County (OC) Sheriff’s Department Monday released a statement regarding a shooting at a Laguna Woods church last Saturday. Investigators announced the arrest of 68-year-old David Chou, of Las Vegas, Nevada, on suspicion of murder and attempted murder after he allegedly entered Geneva Presbyterian Church “and fired multiple rounds, striking six victims.” Members of [...]

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Peloton Interactive, Inc. (Peloton) and NordicTrack maker iFIT, Inc. (iFIT) Monday released a joint statement regarding “the settlement of all pending litigation” between the two companies. As a resolution, “iFIT has agreed to remove certain on-demand leaderboard technology from its products, and Peloton has agreed to license certain iFIT patents relating to remote control technology.” This series [...]

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A lawsuit filed Monday in the New York Supreme Court seeks the immediate invalidation of New York State Assembly voting district lines. The petitioners in the complaint are New York gubernatorial candidate Paul Nichols, former New York State Senate Candidate Gary Greenberg, and the President of New York Young Republican Club Gavin Wax. On April [...]

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US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Robert Califf Monday announced the agency will investigate the delay in dispatching investigators to the Abbott Nutrition infant formula plant in Michigan. This as Abbott Monday announced a plan to restart the Michigan plant in two weeks, in accordance with an FDA consent decree. The FDA and the [...]

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The Biden administration Monday announced a partial lift on Cuban sanctions. The move is intended to expand channels of communication, travel and economic support between the US and Cuba. Under the Trump administration, the US took a hard-line stance against Cuba. US travel to Cuba was restricted and Cuban commercial businesses were sanctioned by both [...]

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The US Supreme Court Monday granted both Jones v. Hendrix and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) v. Cochran certiorari based on their petitions. Both of these cases were added to the 2022-2023 docket. Jones v. Hendrix is an Eighth Circuit habeas corpus case about 28 US Code § 2255. Under § 2255, federal inmates can collaterally challenge [...]

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The US Supreme Court Monday held in a 5-4 opinion written by Justice Amy Coney Barrett “ederal courts lack jurisdiction to review facts found as part of any judgment relating to the granting of discretionary relief in immigration proceedings enumerated under 8 US Code § 1252(a)(2)(B)(i).” In Patel v. Garland, the plaintiff and his wife [...]

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The US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit Monday vacated a preliminary injunction because it is now moot due to “the current conditions differ vastly from those prevailing when the district court addressed it.” The preliminary injunction “completely barred” the enforcement of Iowa Code § 280.31, which prohibits Iowa schools from requiring students or staff [...]

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