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The judge blocks the first execution of the federal government in 17 years because of the threat to the families of victims of the corona virus

A federal judge in Indiana stopped the first federal execution in nearly two decades on Friday because of concerns that the families of the victims were unable to participate due to the corona virus. Chief judge Jane Magnus-Stinson ruled that the planned execution of 47-year-old Daniel Lee would be delayed on Monday after the family of his victims said that …

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The judge temporarily blocked the Kentucky governor’s Covid-19 instructions – the same day he needed masks

Brian Privett, a judge at the Scott County Circuit, issued an injunction against Beshear in a case filed by Ryan Quarles, Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner, and Evans Orchard and Cider Mill, LLC, in which he exercised executive power by the governor during the pandemic questioned. Republican Daniel Cameron, Attorney General of Kentucky, joined the lawsuit last week. In order to enact …

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Federal judge refuses to order the delay in John Bolton’s anthology through the Trump administration

A federal judge denied the Justice Department’s request for an order to delay the publication of the former national security adviser John Bolton’s journal of his 17 months in President Donald Trump’s government. In a 10-page ruling, U.S. District Court judge Royce Lamberth sharply criticized Bolton, and while suggesting that national security concerns might indeed be justified, he rejected the …

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The Richmond judge prohibits the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue indefinitely

On June 8, Richmond Circuit judge Bradley B. Cavedo issued an injunction to prevent the state from dismantling the 130-year-old statue. He responded to a lawsuit filed by a descendant of the couple who had signed the memorial certificate to the state. Cavedo said on Thursday that he was not sure whether the descendant William C. Gregory was legally entitled …

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‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli’s application to release the prison to combat the coronavirus rejected by the judge

Nationwide, prisoners have applied for release during the coronavirus pandemic as prisons become focal points for the virus. But Shkreli’s request was unusual: last month, his lawyer asked the federal authorities to let him go to his fianc√©’s New York apartment so that he could do laboratory work. In a separate research proposal published online, Shkreli, 37 said that the …

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Mark Levin Calls on Justice Department to Call New Judge for Flynn Case: “End This Travesty”

Mark Levin had some urgent advice to the Justice Department on Saturday night regarding the judge who oversees the Michael Flynn case. “Take this case away from that rogue, partisan, anti-Trump and pro-Obama judge,” Levin said during an appearance in Fox News ‘”Watters’ World.” “Take it away from him and end this travesty.” Levin even explained how the judiciary could …

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The judge orders Los Angeles to keep homeless people off highways

A federal judge ordered the Los Angeles authorities on Friday to remove thousands of homeless people from highways and their ramps because of the particularly lethal risks in these areas, including pollutants, passing cars, and potential earthquakes. Judge David O. Carter said the district and city governments must provide alternative protection for the 6,000 to 7,000 people who live under …

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