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Tweeting and Texting to be banned in Court

Tweeting and texting from court will be banned for members of the public, from the end of this month, following a new direction signed by the presidents of all courts. 44 more words

News

JUDGE: WHITE HOUSE HAS TO REINSTATE JIM ACOSTA’S PRESS PASS

https://dailycaller.com/2018/11/16/cnn-judge-rules-trump-administration-lawsuit/

A judge issued an injunction on Friday morning ordering the White House to reinstate CNN’s Jim Acosta’s press pass, arguing that Acosta’s First Amendment rights trump the White House’s right to an orderly press room. 13 more words

Another Friday another discussion with the DWP

As I usually do, I rang the DWP (department of work and pensions) to see if anything is happening with my PIP.

I got a lovely lady, who I am fairly sure I have spoken to before, who informed me that there was still no date set, and the average waiting time for my local tribunal is 34 weeks, that is roughly eight and a half months. 69 more words

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U.S. Court Filing Suggests Charges Have Been Filed Against WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange

(WASHINGTON) — The Justice Department inadvertently named Julian Assange in a court filing in an unrelated case, suggesting prosecutors have prepared charges against the WikiLeaks founder under seal. 949 more words

Brazil: LULA QUALIFIES AS A FARCE PROCESS OF ATIBAIA

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE BRAZIL 247 NEWS AGENCY)

LULA QUALIFIES AS A FARCE PROCESS OF ATIBAIA

“The first case I was victim to was a farce, a lie of the Public Prosecutor’s Office with a power point.  1,045 more words

Crime

Former LANL Employee Sues NMED For Discrimination And Retaliation

BY MAIRE O’NEILL

Jagdish Laul, 78, who was born in India and has been a United States citizen since 1974, has filed a complaint against the New Mexico Environment Department alleging discrimination and retaliation due to his age and national origin. 485 more words