Jun 10, 2013

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Britain Says It Follows Law in Gathering Intelligence
New York Times (blog)
LONDON — Ahead of a parliamentary statement concerning claims that Britain had access to a secret American intelligence-gathering system, the British government said Monday that its agencies operated within the law when gathering information on its ...
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Texas law still comes out of a gun
(CNN) -- They used to say there wasn't any law in Texas west of the Pecos. But there was; it just came out of the end of someone's gun. And apparently that still works as a legal construct in our courts. A San Antonio man was just acquitted of murder ...
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Law minister does not know law: Modi
New York Daily News
Panaji, June 9 — Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi took a veiled dig at union Law and Justice Minister Kapil Sibal Sunday, saying he has no knowledge of law, despite being a lawyer and law minister. Without naming anyone, Modi referred to a recent ...
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Obama administration declassifies law to explain surveillance program
Kansas City Star
Anita Kumar. McClatchy Washington Bureau. For the second time this week, President Barack Obama's administration took the unusual move of declassifying a law to respond to newspapers reports about controversial surveillance programs. Order Reprints ...
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Law & order: Malik seeks help
Business Recorder
Chief Minister Balochistan Dr Abdul Malik Baloch Sunday announced he was abolishing secret and all discretionary funds. "I pledge that I would not take even a single paisa from secret and discretionary funds and I also announce that I am abolishing all ...
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Law change eases mine fears
They've stopped the most problematic sections coming into force," said Webber Wentzel mining law expert Peter Leon. "The provisions that haven't been put into effect take the sting out, but there are still a number of provisions that are problematic ...
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LAW Prof Weighs US Phone, Internet Surveillance
BU Today
BU Today spoke with Tracey Maclin, a School of Law professor and the Joseph Lipsitt Faculty Research Scholar, author of The Supreme Court and the Fourth Amendment's Exclusionary Rule (Oxford University Press, 2013), about what type of information the ...
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Law enforcement officer shot at Harlem Hospital
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A law enforcement officer was wounded when shots rang out at Harlem Hospital early Monday morning. The incident happened just after 5:30 a.m. at the facility on 135th Street and Lenox Avenue. NYPD Officer Fausto Gomez was ...
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Law would help people find towed cars
Asheville Citizen-Times
ASHEVILLE — A bill by a Republican Buncombe County lawmaker would make it easier for people to find cars that have been towed. State Rep. Tim Moffitt's bill, which passed the House and is in the Senate Transportation Committee, would require towing ...
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Law enforcement partake in Torch Run for Special Olympics
Dekalb Daily Chronicle
Police officers with DeKalb, Sycamore, Northern Illinois University and the DeKalb County Sheriff run down Lincoln Highway as a part of the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics. The torch will eventually make its way to ...
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Analysis: Proposed law on deportations of migrants undermines human rights
The law being discussed by the High Court, which allows the incarceration of asylum seekers, undermines human rights for no worthy purpose and in a disproportionate fashion. It must be struck down. By Aeyal Gross | Jun.10, 2013 | 2:46 PM | 3 ...
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Law school dean: Military commissions date back hundreds of years in US history
Topeka Capital Journal
Military commissions have been part of the legal landscape since George Washington was a general and not America's first president. Military commissions didn't first surface after the 2000 attack on the USS Cole and the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist ...
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New law giving high-achieving Indiana schools flexibility in some state ...
Greenfield Daily Reporter
INDIANAPOLIS — A new Indiana law that allows some high schools to do away with some of the state's calendar requirements is bringing praise from area superintendents but questions from the state teachers union. The flexibility lets high-achieving ...
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Law enforcement officials cite few concerns in CNFR week
Casper Star-Tribune Online
In June 2008, two intoxicated College National Finals Rodeo contestants, on their walk back from the Beacon Club, broke into a Mills office building. A security alarm was activated and Mills police officers found the two 20-year-olds sleeping on couches.
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GCHQ 'broke law if it asked for NSA intelligence on UK citizens'
The Guardian
Britain's electronic eavesdropping centre would have been in breach of the law if it asked for data about UK citizens without the approval of ministers, former foreign secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind has said. As the shadow foreign secretary, Douglas ...
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Law minister does not know law: Narendra Modi
Zee News
Law minister does not know law: Narendra Modi Panaji: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi took a veiled dig at union Law and Justice Minister Kapil Sibal on Sunday, saying he has no knowledge of law, despite being a lawyer and law minister.
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Expungement law could help ex-offenders find jobs
Journal and Courier
ANDERSON — Thousands of Indiana residents could have old criminal records expunged under a new state law that many justice officials say could create job opportunities for those who've redeemed themselves. The law, which takes effect July 1, marks the ...
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Law School professor nominated for federal judgeship
Yale Daily News
President Barack Obama nominated Yale law visiting professor and Quinnipiac law professor Jeffrey Meyer '85 LAW '89 for a federal judgeship last Friday, the Associated Press reported. If confirmed by the Senate, Meyer will fill a vacant position on ...
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Brother-in-law of Nobel peace laureate sentenced to 11 years in prison
Irish Times
A relative comforts Liu Xia (left), wife of imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, as she cries outside Huairou Detention Centre in Huairou district, on the outskirts of Beijing, where her brother Liu Hui was jailed yesterday. Photograph: AP ...
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New law, more rental homes the next big thing in housing?
Hindustan Times
To facilitate those who can't afford to buy a house, a government appointed panel has recommended a separate law for regulating residential rental housing in India and tax benefits to encourage private developers to set up rental housing projects ...
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Law enforcement agencies should control gang war element: Altaf
Pakistan Observer
Monday, June 10, 2013 - Karachi—Mutehida Quami Movement chief Altaf Hussain has said, the law enforcement agencies control the gang war element. "The law enforcement agencies control the gang war element otherwise we are able to come over on ...
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Law-abiding citizens have nothing to fear from GCHQ insists Hague
Yorkshire Post
"If actually we could tell the whole world, or the whole country how we do this business I think people would be enormously reassured by it and they would see that the law-abiding citizen has nothing to be worried about," he said. But if we did that it ...
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Law meant to help with human trafficking
Senate Bill 509 is an add-on to a previous bill passed in 2012 to stop human trafficking in Indiana. That bill protected Hoosiers under 16. Under the first law, it was a Class A felony, punishable up to 50 years in prison and a $100,000 fine, to ...
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Second shield law try echoes the first
St. George Daily Spectrum
An irony of timing twice has put U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning in the headlines at critical moments in gaining congressional approval of a federal shield law that would protect journalists and their confidential sources. On Capitol Hill, there's new ...
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Law Reform Commission Staff Petition Ministry Over Dismissal
Nine technical staff from the National Law Reform Commission have petitioned the Ministry of Public Service ans Labour, challenging their dismissal which they say is illegal. The legal experts say the institution chairperson, John Gara, illegally ...
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NYU Law's Secret Slush Funds
Above the Law
This site has a reputation for suggesting that law schools run students into debt and pocket the cash while providing less and less to their students. (I don't have the time to find one story, but here's every story Elie has ever written.) We have ...
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Law soon for clearing mining proposals
Deccan Herald
The Ministry of Mines, in consultation with the Law Ministry, will initiate changes in draft legislation to protect the interests of mining companies, sources in the government told Deccan Herald. The bill, which was drafted more than two years ago ...
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New law might have prevented slaying of dad by schizophrenic son
In the 71/2 months since the murder, sixth-grade teacher Kim Meline and her four grown daughters have seen state legislators pass a law making it less likely that someone like Jonathan would be free to commit an awful crime like this again. The mother ...
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Blogs12 new results for law
Live blog of orders and opinions (Sponsored by Bloomberg Law ...
By Kali Borkoski
Live blog of orders and opinions (Sponsored by Bloomberg Law) (Updated: Completed). With the help of our reporter, Lyle Denniston, we will be live blogging as orders and opinions are issued today. Once you see the window and our initial ...
Zimmerman Case: The Five Principles of the Law of Self Defense ...
By Andrew Branca
Florida has a number of specific statutes relevant to self defense (not all states do, relying instead on case law), the most central of which for this trial will be: 776.013. Home protection; use of deadly force; presumption of fear of death or great ...
Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion
Does health insurance provision mean CT MMA law is a sport killer ...
By Nate Wilcox
A provision requiring fight promoters to insure all fighters went unnoticed during the celebrations when Connecticut legalized MMA but it might prevent many fights from taking place in that state.
Bloody Elbow - All Posts
Brother-in-law of China rights activist sentenced to 11 years - Jurist
By Addison Morris
[JURIST] A Chinese court in Huairou on Sunday sentenced Liu Hui, brother-in-law of the Nobel Peace Prize winner and democracy activist Liu Xiaobo [BBC profile; JURIST news archive], to 11 years in prison on charges of fraud. The verdict is ...
Paper Chase
New York's sex trafficking law needs to change: It's time to listen to ...
By Lauren Hersh
Three months ago, Sarah* came into my life. Sixteen years and two weeks old, Sarah is spunky and smart. She loves Hello Kitty and iced coffee, listens to Alicia Keys and spent days planning her Sweet 16 outfit. Sarah wants to build schools in ...
Southern Ill. Community Likely to Repeal Law Requiring Gun ...
By Justin Wingerter
Mayor Larry Vaughn tells WSIL-TV that the village attorney discovered the ordinance, which he thought had been taken off the books years ago.
CBS St. Louis
Ankara Fabness! Photos of Waje, Seyi Law, Susan Peters, Zakki ...
By Damilare Aiki
On Sunday 26th May 2013, Vlisco launched its new collection Hommage a l'art at Four Points by Sheraton, Lekki, Lagos Guests took to the event in their.
Bella Naija
NMDPS Law Enforcement Academy Special Board Meeting | New ...
By Tony Lynn, DPS PIO
ALBUQUERQUE- On Monday June 17, 2013 at 9:00 a.m., the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board will hold a Special Board Meeting. The special board meeting will be to discuss NMAC Rule Changes for Academy Curriculum.
New Mexico Department of Public Safety
In the Law This Week! : Life of the Law
By Mary Adkins
Today, thousands of people are sitting for the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), which is administered 4 times a year. The test, which is 65 years old, was originally intended to be no longer than an hour. Now it's four. (LSAC). As we await ...
Life of the Law
Fashola signs cremation bill into law - Vanguard News
By adekunle
Following the passage of cremation bill the state House of Assembly, Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos state, Monday, signed cremation bill into law, which provides for voluntary burning of corpses and unclaimed corpses in the state.
Vanguard News
POMED Notes: "Egypt's Draft NGO Law–Impact and Implications ...
By Megan
The Middle East Institute's event "Egypt's Draft NGO Law: Impact and Implications" was moderated by Kate Seelye, senior vice president of the Middle East Institute, and featured Sarah Morgan, deputy Washington Director of Human Rights ...
Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED)
The Journal News: Past Time to Scrap Scaffold Law | LRANY
By Phoebe Stonbely
Scaffold The Journal News recently ran an opinion editorial about New York's antiquated 'Scaffold Law' which was written by LRANY's Scott Hobson. The piece explains our state's desperate need to reform this unfair law. An excerpt: ...

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From Yahoo! News: By Sam Cage DUBLIN (Reuters) - Thousands of people rallied in central Dublin on Saturday against the government's plan to allow limited ...
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The granting of assent to the media law is a severe blow to freedom of ... ARTICLE 19 finds the media law to violate international standards on freedom of ...
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Tim Carney: Even law-abiding people should oppose surveillance ...
If you have something that you don't want anyone to know, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said in 2009, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place. This line ...
China Sentences Nobel Prize Winner's Brother-in-Law | Washington ...
The brother-in-law of imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo has been sentenced to 11 years of prison, the New York Times reports.

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