Florida School Mask Controversy Heads to Court This Week as Hearing on Lawsuit Against Mask Ban Starts

Florida School Mask Controversy Heads to Court This Week as Hearing on Lawsuit Against Mask Ban Starts

The debate over mask mandates in Florida schools heads to court this week, with a hearing on a lawsuit set to start on Monday.
Spanish Court Sides With a Man Sued by Ex-Wife for ‘Hiding Homosexuality’ During Their Marriage

Spanish Court Sides With a Man Sued by Ex-Wife for ‘Hiding Homosexuality’ During Their Marriage

A Spanish court has sided with a man who was sued by his ex-wife for the supposed crime of hiding his "homosexuality" from her during their marriage.
Woman’s Fake Resume Lands High-paying Job at Government Office Now Sentenced to 25-month Imprisonment

Woman Who Used Fake Resume to Land High-Paying Job Is Sentenced to 25 Months

A woman in Australia was charged with multiple offenses after faking her resume.
Visaranai

Oscar 2017 Predictions: Venice Film Festival winner 'Visaranai' Will Represent India at the Academy Awards

"Visaranai" has been selected by India to represent the country at this year's Academy Awards.
María Belén Rodríguez

Argentine Model Sues Google, Yahoo Over Unauthorized Images: Photos Linked to Pornographic Websites

Argentine model Maria Belén Rodriguez is currently entangled in a lawsuit against Google and Yahoo, which she claimed linked her name and modeling photos to pornographic websites.
Marissa Devault

Marissa Devault Sentenced to Life in Prison After Murdering Husband With Hammer

After three day of deliberations, the jurors that convicted Marissa Devault of beating her husband to death with a hammer sentenced the Arizona woman to life in prison, sparing her life from the death penalty.
Oscar Pistorius

'Blade Runner' Expected To Testify; Was He Seen With New Girlfriend?

All eyes are now on Oscar Pistorius, the former Olympian who is on trial for allegedly murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in Pretoria on Valentine's Day in 2013.
glass

When Will Google Glass Finally Be Available?

Google is waiting for the right time to launch
duval co courthouse

Jordan Davis Case: Michael Dunn Awaits Sentencing; What Next?

A mistrial was declared by the presiding judge after the jury could not reach a verdict on the first-degree murder charge against Dunn.

Amanda Knox Trial Verdict: Jury Begins Delibrations on Retrial; Decision Today?

Former foreign exchange student Amanda Knox and her lawyers are awaiting the verdict in the retrial stemming from the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher.
Verizon Wireless

U.S. Appeals Court: FCC Net Neutrality Rules Don't Apply to Broadband Companies - What Does That Mean for You?

Just a few days ago, AT&T's new "Sponsored Data" wireless project reminded us that omissions and sloppy policy writing in previous regulations by the Federal Communications Commission can be a threat to Net Neutrality. Now, that point has become blazingly clear, as a U.S. Federal appeals court has struck down the FCC's Net Neutrality-based "Open Internet Rules," possibly clearing the way for a future internet that's completely unrecognizable from the current system.
Rory McIlroy engaged

Rory McIlroy and Tennis Star Caroline Wozniacki Engaged - Are They the Newest Sports Power Couple?

Golfing sensation and former world #1 Rory McIlroy is coming off a rough year on the green, but things have already started improving in 2014.
Thomas L. Cole

Thomas L. Cole Is the First Bilingual Judge in Port Wentworth, GA

The language barriers that Spanish-speaking Latino immigrants face whenever they enter a school hospital or courtroom, particularly in the South, is concerning. Very often, there are no interpreters present to answer questions or to respond when these individuals need to communicate with a teacher, a doctor or a judge, leaving them vulnerable and at the mercy of those individuals with whom they need to communicate. Nonetheless, things may be changing in one small city in Chatham County, Georgia.

Chad Johnson Gets 30 Days In Jail After Tapping Lawyer On Behind in Court

Johnson's gesture, which was meant to be playful, drew the anger of the judge, who did not believe he was taking the court proceedings seriously.
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