‘Can you spell lynching?’: lawyer’s shocking note in Texas execution case |  Texas

‘Can you spell lynching?’: lawyer’s shocking note in Texas execution case | Texas

In April 1999, John Balentine, a Black man on trial for murder in Amarillo, Texas, sat before an all-white jury as they deliberated whether he should live or die. Should he be given a life sentence, in which case he would probably end his days behind prison bars? Or should they send him to death row to await execution? Balentine had been convicted days earlier of murdering three white teenagers who had threatened to kill him because he was romantically engaged with one of the teenagers’ white sisters – an interracial liaison widely frowned upon in heavily segregated Amarillo. Now it was the sentencing phase of the trial, when his fate would be decided.…

Idaho murders update: Kaylee Goncalves’ family lawyer appeals to gag order in Bryan Kohberger case

Idaho murders update: Kaylee Goncalves’ family lawyer appeals to gag order in Bryan Kohberger case

The attorney for the University of Idaho stabbing victim Kaylee Goncalves’s family has filed an appeal of a Latah County judge’s gag order regarding the case against her suspected killer, Bryan Kohberger. The order is “facially overbroad and vague” and unconstitutional, Goncalves family attorney Shanon Gray wrote in an appeal filed Friday. Judge Megan Marshall issued the initial gag order Jan. 3, shortly after Kohberger’s arrest, restricting comments from prosecutors, the defense, law enforcement and other officials. On Jan. 18, she expanded the scope of her order, restricting attorneys for the victims and their families from speaking with the media. IDAHO MURDERS AMENDED GAG ORDER NOW SILENCES ATTORNEYS FOR VICTIMS AND WITNESSES The Goncalves’ family attorney, Shanon Gray, leaves the Latah County Courthouse with the family Jan.…

Gag Order on Idaho Murder Case is ‘Likely Unconstitutional’, Lawyer Argues

Gag Order on Idaho Murder Case is ‘Likely Unconstitutional’, Lawyer Argues

The gag order issued by a judge in the Idaho murders case is “likely unconstitutional”, according to outside criminal defense attorney Philip Holloway “The gag order in the #IdahoMurders case is likely unconstitutional under the #1st Amendment,” Holloway wrote in a tweet on Monday. Holloway is not directly involved in the Idaho murders case. Following the arrest of 28-year-old Bryan Kohberger in the deaths of Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Ethan Chapin, 20 and Xana Kernodle, 20, a judge in Latah County, Idaho, issued a nondissemination order, or a gag order, barring anyone involved in the case to speak about it publicly.…

New allegation crops up against Saiby Jose;  man claims lawyer took Rs 5 lakh to withdraw case

New allegation crops up against Saiby Jose; man claims lawyer took Rs 5 lakh to withdraw case

Kochi: New allegations have been raised against Saiby Jose Kidangoor, who has been accused of receiving money from his clients in the name of bribing high court judges. Kothamangalam native Basil James made the accusations against Saiby, who appeared against him in the court in a divorce case. He alleged that Saiby took Rs 5 lakh from him offering to withdraw the criminal charges against him. Basil said that he handed over the amount at the advocate’s house in Divine Nagar. “Following this, the case at the Judicial First Class Magistrate court in Aluva was withdrawn. However, the case in the family court was not withdrawn,” he claimed.…

Lawyer moves High Court against registration of case

Lawyer moves High Court against registration of case

Saiby High Court Lawyer Jose Kidangoor, against whom the police have registered a criminal case following allegations of collecting money on the pretext of bribing High Court judges, on Friday approached the Kerala High Court seeking to quash all further proceedings in the case. He said in his petition that the allegations against him had no basis either in law or in fact. The crime was registered based on their hearsay. In fact, it was at the time of election to the Kerala High Court Advocates’ Association that a group of three or four lawyers had submitted a false complaint to the Registrar General who had asked the State Police Chief to investigate the matter.…

Kerala high court refuses to stay FIR against lawyer in bribery case |  Latest News India

Kerala high court refuses to stay FIR against lawyer in bribery case | Latest News India

The Kerala high court on Monday refused to stay the case registered against senior lawyer and high court advocates’ association president Saiby Jose Kidangoor over allegations that he collected large amounts of money from clients under the pretext of bribing judges to get favorable orders. Dismissing the plea to stay the case, justice Kausar Edappath asked the petitioner why he was in a hurry to block the investigation and also turned down his plea to avoid arrest. “Allegations are serious. It is something that is maligning the entire justice delivery system,” the judge orally observed. The court also said as an office bearer of a responsible institution, it was also his responsibility to prove his innocence.…

Profile of Cho Seung Woo Drakor Player Divorce Attorney Shin, from a Family of Artists, Wealth in Billions

Profile of Cho Seung Woo Drakor Player Divorce Attorney Shin, from a Family of Artists, Wealth in Billions

TRIBUNTRENDS.COM – Don’t miss the latest Korean drama entitled Divorce Attorney Shin. The Drakor entitled Divorce Attorney Shin stars a number of well-known stars, including Cho Seung Woo. What is the profile of Cho Seung Woo, the Drakor Divorce Attorney Shin? Before watching his comeback act, the audience should first pay attention to the profile of the Korean drama actor Divorce Attorney Shin, Cho Seung Woo. Who knows, by reading the profile of the Korean drama actor Divorce Attorney Shin, the audience will fall in love with Cho Seung Woo. That is not impossible because there are many interesting things in the profile of the Korean drama actor Divorce Attorney Shin, Cho Seung Woo.…

Circulating Issues, Suddenly Discussed at Baleg

Circulating Issues, Suddenly Discussed at Baleg

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Member of Commission IX DPR from the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) faction Netty Prasetiyani Aher criticized the drafting of the Health Bill (RUU) which took place in the Legislative Body (Baleg) of the DPR. Because, he considered, the preparation was said to be carried out by the method omnibus law such as the Job Creation Law (Ciptaker), which received a lot of public criticism. “Related to the bill on the health omnibus law, if I’m not mistaken we ask back and forth in the meeting, the answer is always unclear, sir, where is the draft? Or what is the direction of the bill on the health omnibus law?…