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Lawyer in Northlands civil case presumably threatened shopperLawyer in Northlands civil case presumably threatened shopper

Throughout a March 17 gathering — 10 days earlier than trial — Pidde allegedly ordered the plaintiffs to name her “The Common,” and to face in a circle round her whereas stomping their toes. The next week, Pidde reportedly spent a lot of the prep session dancing to music.

1st National Moot Court Competition by Kristu Jayanti College of Law, Bengaluru › The Legal Lock1st National Moot Court Competition by Kristu Jayanti College of Law, Bengaluru › The Legal Lock

About Kristu Jayanti College of Law

Kristu Jayanti College of Law (KJCL) had a humble beginning in the year 2017, and they understand the critical need to produce principled, qualified, knowledgeable and internationally competitive lawyers.

About the Competition

Kristu Jayanti College of Law is organizing its flagship Kristu Jayanti National Moot Court Competition (KJNMCC) from 17th August 2023 to 19th August 2023. The competition is being conducted to provide mooting experience to law students all over India and thereby broadening their legal knowledge. The competition aims to develop legal research, practical application of laws and oratory skills.

Eligibility

  • Students enrolled

Bob Huggins threatens lawsuit against West Virginia as ex-Mountaineers basketball coach seeks reinstatementBob Huggins threatens lawsuit against West Virginia as ex-Mountaineers basketball coach seeks reinstatement

Three weekends removed from his arrest for drunk driving in Pittsburgh, former West Virginia coach Bob Huggins is claiming — through one of his attorneys — he never resigned as the Mountaineers men’s basketball coach. He’s also requesting a return to power at the helm of the program.

The news broke Saturday via MetroNews, which released the July 7 letter from David A. Campbell (Huggins’ attorney) to West Virginia president E. Gordon Gee. MetroNews also published the July 8 rebuttal from WVU to Huggins’ lawyer, who apparently is working independently from other counsel that has been in communication with school

Texas libraries case has lawyers, publishers worried about legal precedentsTexas libraries case has lawyers, publishers worried about legal precedents

Protesters outside the Llano County, Texas, sheriff's office in April.  County officials are embroiled in a lawsuit over materials pulled from county libraries.  Photo by Sergio Flores for The Texas Tribune

Protesters outside the Llano County, Texas, sheriff’s office in April. County officials are embroiled in a lawsuit over materials pulled from county libraries. Photo by Sergio Flores for The Texas Tribune

June 19 (UPI) —

For decades, public libraries across the country — and their staff — have operated under a modern understanding of court rulings that say books and other materials cannot be removed simply because government officials do not like the ideas they contain.

But as the 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals considers a case of over library books in Llano County, Texas, allegedly plucked from shelves

How much prison time could Trump face? Past cases brought steep punishment for document holdersHow much prison time could Trump face? Past cases brought steep punishment for document holders

WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI investigators who searched Harold Martin’s Maryland property in the fall of 2016 found classified documents — including material at the top secret level — strewn about his home, car and storage shed.

Unlike former President Donald Trump, the former National Security Agency contractor didn’t contest the allegations, ultimately pleading guilty in 2019 and admitting his actions were “wrong, illegal and highly questionable.” But his expressions of contrition and guilty plea to a single count of willful retention of national defense information didn’t spare him the harsh punishment of nine years in prison.

The resolution of

Judge orders lawyers in Kouri Richins cases to limit what they say to pressJudge orders lawyers in Kouri Richins cases to limit what they say to press

Prosecutors had initially requested a more substantial gag order, citing “overwhelming media interest.”

(KPCW.org via AP) This photo provided by KPCW.org shows Kouri Richins at the KPCW studio in Park City, Utah, April 12, 2023. Richins is accused of charging documents of poisoning her husband with a lethal dose of fentanyl at their home in Kamas.

A judge ruled Friday that lawyers in separate criminal and civil cases related to the 2022 death of Eric Richins — who prosecutors say was fatally drugged by his wife — is limited in

Read Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner’s bombshell prison letters for the first timeRead Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner’s bombshell prison letters for the first time

Letters written by the prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case, in which he protests his innocence and tries to claim he had nothing to do with her disappearance, have been revealed for the first time.

Christian Brueckner, who is in jail for rape, penned a series of letters from his prison cell, attempting to distance himself from the unsolved case of the then-three-year-old, who vanished while on a family holiday from Praia da Luz, Portugal, in 2007.

“You can never imagine how it is when the whole world believes you are a child murderer, and you are not,” he

As Elizabeth Holmes heads to prison for fraud, many puzzle over her motivesAs Elizabeth Holmes heads to prison for fraud, many puzzle over her motives

SAN JOSE, Calif. — As Elizabeth Holmes prepares to report to prison next week, the criminal case that laid bare the blood-testing scam at the heart of her Theranos startup is entering its final phase.

The 11-year sentence represents a comeback for the wide-eyed woman who broke through the “tech bro” culture to become one of Silicon Valley’s most celebrated entrepreneurs, only to be exposed as a fraud. Along the way, Holmes became a symbol of the shameless hyperbole that often saturates startup culture.

But questions still linger about her true intentions — so many that even the federal judge