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Altering or amending a judgment in United States District Court

Altering or amending a judgment in United States District Court is the topic of this blog post.

Altering or amending a judgment in United States District Court is authorized by Rule 59(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP 59(e)). 963 more words

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Correction of a clerical error in United States District Court

Correction of a clerical error in United States District Court is the topic of this blog post.

A request for a correction of a clerical error in United States District Court is filed pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(a). 949 more words

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Dylann Roof Trial Delayed For Competency Evaluation.

From The NY Daily News:

Dylann Roof may not be mentally competent enough for his federal death penalty case, judge says

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The judge in the death penalty trial of Dylann Roof believes it’s possible the white man charged with gunning down nine black parishioners in Charleston last year may not be mentally… 2,332 more words

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Judge Seeks Criminal Contempt Charges Against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio

From Huffington Post.com:

Judge Seeks Criminal Contempt Charges Against Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio

A federal judge recommended that prosecutors bring the charges after finding that the controversial sheriff had violated court orders stemming from a 2007 racial profiling case. 447 more words

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Déjà Vu All Over Again: Obama Falsely Takes Credit for Low Gas Prices

WASHINGTON — In a recent stump speech for Hillary Clinton, President Obama once again took credit for increased domestic energy production and low gasoline prices: 345 more words

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The Origin of Redskin

March 26, 2006

Posted by Bill Poser

The controversy over the Washington Redskins trademark has attracted considerable attention, here and elsewhere. We have had quite… 1,839 more words

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EEOC Files First Title VII Suits Alleging Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation

By Michelle High

On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) filed two sex discrimination lawsuits in federal court that are premised upon the Commission’s position that sexual orientation discrimination is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 418 more words

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