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Ex-Trump lawyers ask Sixth Circuit to throw out sanctions order

Sidney Powell and her colleagues could face disbarment for filing meritless election fraud suits.

Strict voter-backed gun measure remains shelved in Oregon

The new gun restrictions, set to take effect Thursday, will remain on hold until state and federal courts determine the constitutionality of the measure.

Former Border Patrol agent who wanted to ‘clean up the streets’ convicted of capital murder

Juan David Ortiz, who prosecutors called a “self-proclaimed ‘monster,'" was immediately sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Jury begins deliberations in trial of former Border Patrol agent accused of killing four women

Prosecutors say Juan David Ortiz is a “self-proclaimed ‘monster’” who confessed to executing four women while tracking the investigation of the killings in his role as a Border Patrol intelligence supervisor.

Indiana defends charitable bail law at Seventh Circuit

The ACLU argues the law restricting the ability to help people get out of jail was specifically aimed at The Bail Project, which fights for an end to cash bail.

Georgia lactation consultant licensing law scrutinized by state high court  

A decision on the constitutionality of the 2016 law could impact hundreds of Georgia lactation counselors and breastfeeding mothers.

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