Supreme Court Upholds Sexual Assault Conviction Despite Exclusion of Evidence of Consensual Encounter

Edmonton, Alberta – The Supreme Court of Canada has recently made a significant ruling regarding a sexual assault case, emphasizing the balance between protecting complainants and the right of the accused to challenge credibility. In a 7-2 decision, the court upheld a sexual assault conviction where an ex-husband was denied the opportunity to present evidence … Read more

Supreme Court Upholds Murder Convictions for Men in Wilkes County Case

Atlanta, Georgia – In a ruling on Tuesday, the Georgia Supreme Court upheld the convictions of two men in a 2017 murder case in Wilkes County. Jarvis Lamont Milton was found guilty of murder and other offenses related to the shooting death of Frederick Cade. Richard Stroud Jr. was convicted of felony murder and possession … Read more

Supreme Court Denies Appeal for Black Lives Matter Leader Sued for Violent Attack on Police Officer

Atlanta, Georgia – The Supreme Court recently denied an appeal from a Black Lives Matter leader who was held liable for a violent attack on a police officer. The incident in question involved a clash between protesters and law enforcement during a demonstration in Georgia. The leader of the Black Lives Matter movement, who initiated … Read more

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal from Black Lives Matter Leader Held Liable for Violent Attack on Police Officer

Baton Rouge, Louisiana – The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from a Black Lives Matter organizer held responsible for a violent incident involving a police officer during a protest he led. The case involved civil rights activist Deray Mckesson, who was sued by an unnamed Baton Rouge police officer identified as “John Doe” … Read more

Abortion Views Across America: New Survey Shows Majority Support Legalization amid Supreme Court Decision

Washington, D.C. – A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center sheds light on Americans’ varying views on the legality of abortion, following the Supreme Court’s decision that ended the constitutional right to abortion in June 2022. The survey revealed that 62% of U.S. adults believe that abortion should be legal in all or … Read more

Supreme Court Sentences Troy William Graham for Armed Robbery in Shocking Case

Canberra, Australia – A recent ruling by the ACT Supreme Court has led to Troy William Graham being sentenced for an armed robbery. The court’s decision marks a significant development in the case, shedding light on the consequences of criminal activities in the region. Graham’s involvement in the armed robbery had serious implications, resulting in … Read more

Supreme Court to Decide Fate of Bump Stock Ban in Cargill Case

Las Vegas, Nevada – Following a tragic mass shooting at an outdoor music festival in Las Vegas that resulted in 58 deaths and hundreds of injuries, the Trump administration took action to ban bump stocks, a device used by the gunman to fire on the crowd. This incident marked the deadliest mass shooting in modern … Read more

Supreme Court to consider overturning Oklahoma death row convictapos;s conviction

Oklahoma City, OK – After spending over 26 years on death row, Richard Glossip is hopeful as the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review his appeal based on his claim of innocence. The case revolves around Glossip’s conviction for the 1997 murder of his boss at the motel where he worked. Glossip has adamantly … Read more

Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Convictions and Death Sentence for Kyle Flack in 2013 Murders

TOPEKA, Kan. – The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the convictions and death sentence of Kyle Flack for the 2013 murders of K.B. and L.B., Steven White, and Andrew Stout. Flack was found guilty of capital murder, first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and criminal possession of a firearm in 2016. Following the conviction, he appealed to … Read more

Kansas Supreme Court Upholds Convictions and Death Sentence for Man in 2013 Quadruple Murder Case

The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the convictions and death sentence for Kyle Flack, a man found guilty of the brutal murders of four individuals in 2013 in Franklin County. The court’s decision came after Flack’s appeals were rejected, with the judges stating that he did not clearly invoke his right to remain silent before … Read more