U.S. Supreme Court
The state of Arizona won’t be sending passels of people south of the border using its tough, controversial immigration law. The United States Supreme Court on Monday struck down much of the law that had permitted lawmen to detain people who even looked like they might be in the country illegally.
The United States Supreme Court is expected to release its much anticipated ruling on the Affordable Care Act in a case led by the state of Florida.
Conrad Black, a disgraced former media mogul, walked out of federal prison in Miami early Friday morning after serving roughly three years for defrauding investors.
As President Barack Obama’s signature accomplishment, health care reform, appears to be poised to be struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court; the question over what to do about health care has reemerged.
The case of the Miami-Dade police dog closely watched by law enforcement nationwide will have its time in court. The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether a the South Florida police dog’s sniff outside the front door of a house with a marijuana growing operation is an illegal search.
The state of Florida will take its case against President Barack Obama’s health care reform law before the Supreme Court from March 26th through March 28th.
The U.S. Supreme Court may go to the dogs if the justices decide to hear a case from the state of Florida.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced Wednesday that the state has filed a writ of certiorari with the United States Supreme Court over the federal health care law.
Death row inmate Manuel Valle, 61, has asked for the U.S. Supreme Court to issue him a stay of execution.
A man convicted of killing a Coral Gables police officer in 1978 is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court to stay his Sept. 6 execution.