Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death puts the Supreme Court front and center, again. But in an election year, can Congress act? Learn more about Senate “norms” at FindLaw’s Courtside.
The back-up driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber that killed a pedestrian is now facing negligent homicide charges. Learn more on FindLaw’s Courtside.
What can you do if police think you’re going to commit a crime and want to harass you about it. Remember your rights! Learn more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
Two soldiers are likely to learn the hard way that you can’t appear to support any causes while in uniform. Learn more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird blog.
A small city in Massachusetts is allowing city employees to extend health insurance and other benefits to more than one partner. Find out more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
Homeowners’ associations are still doing their annoying thing during the pandemic. Learn more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
During these trying times, it’s important to be nice to each other. That means not intentionally coughing on people. Read more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
A Utah stepmom was sweaty and itchy at home, so she ditched her top. Now she could be going to jail. Learn more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
If you are going to transport drugs, don’t do it in bags labeled "BAG FULL OF DRUGS" please. Learn more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
The Virginia Legislature ratified the Equal Rights Amendment, so why is it not being added to the Constitution after decades of waiting? Read more on FindLaw’s CourtSide.
As President Trump’s impeachment trial gets underway, it’s worth examining how it will differ from a regular trial. Read more on FindLaw’s CourtSide
One worker found out the hard way what happens when you gripe about a gift of BBQ sauce. Read more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
Ikea is paying out a record amount for a child’s wrongful death settlement. Read more on FindLaw’s CourtSide
Can a judge make you write an essay? Quite possibly. Read more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
A Congressman’s call to impeach former President Obama last week raised many eyebrows. But you might actually be able to do it. Read more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
Federal prosecutors are coming down hard on the remaining parents who haven’t taken a plea deal. Is that fair? Read more on FindLaw’s Celebrity Justice.
After a night of bar hopping, three Indiana judges got a little out of control, and it will likely cost them. Read more on FindLaw’s Legally Weird.
The pop star has been working and earning loads of money over the last decade, so why is she still under a conservator’s watch? Read more on Celebrity Justice.
An opioid trial in Ohio is about to get underway, and some alarming data has just been released showing how drug makers helped fuel the epidemic. Read more on FindLaw’s Courtside.
Angry passengers took Customs and Border Protection to court and won over suspicionless ID checks on domestic flights. Read more on FindLaw’s Decided.
R. Kelly’s legal problems got much worse this week, with multiple federal indictments filed and his bail revoked. Read more on FindLaw’s Celebrity Justice.
Nike’s decision to stop production of a shoe led to a political backlash and loss of a grant in Arizona. Read more on FindLaw’s Tarnished Twenty.
An Iowa man criticized cops on Facebook and was arrested for it. Well, he just took them to court and won. Read more on FindLaw’s Legal Grounds.
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After dropping a lawsuit against the actor, Spacey’s accuser invoked his fifth amendment rights, putting the criminal case in doubt. Read more on FindLaw’s Celebrity Justice.
The parents of one of the Las Vegas massacre victims are taking on the gun manufacturers in court. Read more on FindLaw’s Courtside.
A federal court ruled that Andy Warhol did not violate a photographer’s copyright when he turned her work into a famous piece of art. Read more on FindLaw’s Decider.