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Monica Contreras went to court in August 2011 to finalize her divorce. With her daughter at her side, marshals ordered her into a private room for a drug search. Contreras came back into the courtroom and addressed the judge claiming that the
EDT June 13, 2013 Revealing clothing rankles judge, who also once chided a male attorney for no blazer. Tenn. -- The wardrobe choices of some female attorneys who frequent Rutherford County's courts have prompted one judge to set some fashion rules.
There were arguments made, evidence offered, testimony given, a briefing schedule set...As family and friends looked on from the crowded gallery, U.S. District Court Judge Clark Waddoups conducted a marriage ceremony for the 23-year-old defendant and
Corey Perrine/Staff Mesac Damas looks at his attorneys before a court hearing Monday, March 11, 2013 at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples, Fla. Mesac Damas, 36, is being charged with the Sept. 18, 2009 slaying of his wife of ten years, Guerline
The state's highest court in early 2012 ruled that cameras should be allowed in courtrooms on an experimental, circuit-by-circuit basis...Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon, who served on a committee of judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys
Mona Reeder/Staff Photographer Jarod Murray works on a malfunctioning escalator in the Crowley courts building. The escalators go only to the fifth floor of the 11-story building. Staff Writers Published: 03 June 2013 11:19 PM Updated: 03 June 2013
They've hashed out who gets a seat in the courtroom, despite its limited space, and who does not. They've put together detailed and secret plans on how to ensure the safety of Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin 's family, witnesses, the judge and jurors. They'
Fresno County Superior Court Judge Jonathan Skiles said that Fresno lawyers Charles Magill, who represents Scarber's mother, Gail Scarber, and Laura Guzman Magill, representing sister Crystal Reynoso, are relieved from the case because of potential
When a federal judge put the clamps Friday on Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff Joe Arpaio's use of racial profiling in an aggressive campaign to target illegal immigrants, he sent a message that anyone who seeks the limelight will also
The following editorial appeared in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on Tuesday, May 21: Pecos, Texas, wheeler-dealer millionaire Billie Sol Estes had achieved frenzied national notoriety when Time magazine featured him on its May 25 cover in 1962. But