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Supreme Court Justice Tim Stanley today ruled the father of Baby Ebony beat her so severely she suffered more than 50 fractures to her ribs, arms, legs, fingers, toes and skull. Although he found the infant's mother to be a "credible witness" who did
Placing his faith in god and saying that his 23 years of judicial service was "what god has directed and ordained" him to do, Justice G S Singhvi of the Supreme Court of India bid an emotional farewell to the court on Wednesday. The seniormost judge
World Human Rights Day later in the evening, he stressed that those who tried to uphold human rights of others had to pay a price. I would always request you to remember that those who fight for rights have to fight after paying a price. Those who
Say it will amount to importing a stranger from outside With 14 posts of Judges in the Madras High Court yet to be filled, advocates have opposed a move to appoint three advocates practising in the Supreme Court to the High Court...At present, the
A former Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Martin Amidu, has questioned the constitutionality of the committee set up by the Chief Justice to investigate claims made by former deputy Minister of Communication Ms. Victoria Hammah, that Nana
Breaking News Four female Supreme Court judges discretely met at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem with female members of Knesset. The rare meeting of judges and MKs occurred in what is supposed to be the first of many regular meetings to promote the
The widow of a cyclist who was killed by a hit-run lawyer a decade ago has demanded a judge step down in South Australia. Newly-appointed Justice Anne Bampton is set to face court after hitting a cyclist, allegedly while driving under the influence.
Supreme Court gives extension till January 31 The Supreme Court on Monday granted time till January 31 for the Kerala High Court to dispose of the appeals in the Suryanelli sex-scandal case. The case relates to the abduction and sexual assault of a
Cambodia (AP) Cambodia's highest court has freed an activist after she served more than a year in prison on charges widely condemned as trumped up to silence a government critic. The Supreme Court on Friday set Yorm Bopha, 30, free on bail and sent
Mahmoud Awald was convicted in 1994 of the murder of Hagai Shalhevet. He and his uncle had killed Shalhevet by binding him and strangling him to death; the murder was found to have been an act of terrorism.