Strampel was acquitted of sexually harassing students himself, but will spend up to a year behind bars for ignoring rules and enabling Larry Nassar.
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With the Boy Scouts facing bankruptcy over a wave of lawsuits, one attorney is urging victims to file claims before it’s too late.
The administration doesn’t want migrant using public benefits, but they could be dissuading lower-income people from availing themselves of important programs.
ICE says its releases are meant to keep families together as deportation cases move through the courts.
Buttigieg’s campaign, as well as South Bend leaders, have said the lawsuit is nothing but a political ploy.
Las Vegas prosecutors won’t file charges against Ronaldo but a district court judge won’t acquiesce to all his attorneys’ requests.
A federal prosecutor said the raid is one of the biggest taken at a state-level, ever.
Even though the judges ruled in Palin’s favor, she’ll have to meet a high burden to prove the Times acted with real malice.
Court Reluctantly Rules against Family of Raheel Siddiqui, Marines Recruit Hazed to Death for Being MuslimAugust 8, 2019
An appellate court rejected a $100-million wrongful death claim by the family of Raheel Siddiqui, a Marines recruit from Michigan. Siddiqui, writes The Detroit Free Press, died after falling off the top of a building. His family filed the lawsuit after uncovering evidence of extreme hazing at the Marines’ training base in Parris Island, North
Cell carriers say the law would make doing business in different jurisdictions too “complicated.”