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Courts dropping bail requirements; bail bondsmen hardest hit

To say that courts are interdependent is to say they are a part of a larger system. Courts rely on key resources–including funding, staffing, and a steady flow of cases–from external actors. 129 more words

State Courts

Katsina Police Commissioner Arraign Umar Tata In Court For Public Nuisance

People’s Democratic Party chieftain Umar Abdullahi Tata has been arraigned in court for alleged violating agreement entered with the police to shelve a rally ahead of Mashi/Dutsi house of representative by-election. 186 more words

Umar Tata Arraign In Court For Riding Horses During Campaign In Dutsi LG

People’s Democratic Party chieftain Umar Abdullahi Tata has been arraigned in court for alleged violating agreement entered with the police to shelve a rally ahead of Mashi/Dutsi house of representative by-election. 188 more words

News

Julian Assange FREE Of Charges, But What's Next?

In this breaking news video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange interviews Ben Griffin of veterans for peace about the latest information regarding Julian Assange the founder of Wikileaks. 36 more words

Politics

Presumption Against Bail

Written by Bill Doogue. Partner, Doogue O’Brien George Criminal Defence Lawyers.

Increasingly, I am left shaking my head at law and order in Victoria. The similarity to the Trump presidency is frightening in its capacity to strike a blow every few days to what is a good, working system. 774 more words

Victorian Law

Mortgage volume drops 4.1% in latest week as younger buyers bail out

In yet another sign of a weakening spring housing market, mortgage applications took a step back last week.
The drop may be due in part to higher home prices and, in turn, fewer entry-level buyers able to afford a home. 17 more words

Mortgage

Leviste v. Court of Appeals, G.R. No. 189122, 17 March 2010.

Third Division

FACTS: Charged with the murder of Rafael de las Alas, petitioner Jose Antonio Leviste was convicted by the Regional Trial Court of Makati City for the lesser crime of homicide and sentenced to suffer an indeterminate penalty of six years and one day of prision mayor as minimum to 12 years and one day of reclusion temporal as maximum. 472 more words

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