Netanyahu Fires Defense Minister For Urging Halt To Court Overhaul

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired his defense minister on Sunday, a day after the former army general called for a halt to the planned overhaul of Israel’s judiciary that has fiercely divided the country. The move signals the prime minister will move ahead this week with plans for the overhaul, which … Read more

Israeli Group Asks Court To Punish Netanyahu Over Legal Plan

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — An Israeli good governance group on Sunday asked the country’s Supreme Court to punish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for allegedly violating a conflict of interest agreement meant to prevent him from dealing with the country’s judiciary while he is on trial for corruption. The request by the Movement for Quality … Read more

U.S. Charges Russian Spy Who Tried To Infiltrate War Crime Court

The U.S. Justice Department unveiled spying charges Friday against a Russian who, under a Brazilian alias, studied at a Washington university and then tried to join the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The Justice Department’s indictment of Sergey Vladimirovich Cherkasov suggests it will try to contest his extradition to Russia from Brazil, where he is currently … Read more

Russian ally sides with war crimes court — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

The ICC statute is in line with Armenia’s constitution, Yerevan’s highest court has said Armenia can ratify the Rome Statute and become a signatory party to the International Criminal Court, the Constitutional Court in Yerevan ruled on Friday. The decision comes just a week after the ICC announced it would charge Russian President Vladimir Putin … Read more

UK court rules waterboarding was used during The Troubles — RT World News

The man convicted of killing a British soldier was tortured into a false confession, a Belfast court has said The High Court in Belfast awarded damages to the family of Liam Holden on Friday, ruling that the man falsely convicted of killing a British paratrooper during The Troubles was waterboarded into making a false confession … Read more

Pakistani Court Grants Imran Khan Protection From Arrest – The Diplomat

Pakistani Court Grants Imran Khan Protection From Arrest

The Pulse | Politics | South Asia Khan will be able to avoid arrest until at least March 27 amid accusations that he incited supporters to violence in last week’s clashes with police. Security personnel hold bulletproof shields to secure former Prime Minister Imran Khan, center, after appearing in a court, in Lahore, Pakistan, March 21, 2023. Credit: AP … Read more

Federal court rejects Biden vaccine mandate for federal workers

President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees was blocked Thursday in federal appeals court.  The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans reversed a ruling by a three-judge panel of the same court that had upheld the vaccination requirement. At a rare en banc rehearing, the full court rejected the government’s argument … Read more

Oxford High School shooting: Ethan Crumbley’s parents should stand trial for involuntary manslaughter, appellate court says

CNN  —  The parents of the Oxford High School shooter will stand trial on four counts of involuntary manslaughter for the four deaths their son Ethan Crumbley caused in a November 2021 school shooting in what may be a precedent-setting case, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled.  The parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, have argued the … Read more

Wisconsin court system’s computer network targeted by hackers

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Hackers have attacked the Wisconsin court system’s computer network, court officials said Thursday. BOSTON UNION LOSES $6.4M IN CYBERATTACK A cyberattack began early this week, according to a statement from court officials. Network users may have experienced intermittent service or slower than usual response times from online services, court officials said. Asked when specifically the … Read more

New Hampshire Supreme Court overturns former lawmaker’s domestic violence, assault convictions

Fox News Flash top headlines for March 23

The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday reversed a former state senator’s convictions on domestic violence and simple assault, saying the trial judge was wrong to deny his request to instruct the jury on a self-defense argument. The court sent Jeff Woodburn’s case back for a new trial on the misdemeanors. Woodburn did not challenge … Read more