The justices will start their 2017-2018 term on Monday. On Thursday, they added cases involving several criminal law issues, including the Fifth Amendment’s self-incrimination clause, requirements for a search warrant, and whether a defense attorney can concede a client’s guilt over the defendant’s objection.
Florida law enforcement played double duty saving the stranded and needy while also arresting alleged thieves for swiping goods from businesses and homes after one of the largest evacuations in Florida’s history.
The victims had been watching the Dallas Cowboys when the violence began, neighbors said. Two other people at the home were hospitalized. The episode was attributed by a friend of one of the homeowners to a domestic dispute, but no details were immediately available.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced an end to the Obama-era program that grants work permits to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children. The Crime Report covered a protest that began Tuesday in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Hernandez was appealing a murder conviction but was acquitted of a double murder last Friday. His former team, the New England Patriots, is scheduled to celebrate its Super Bowl win at the White House today.
Admirers say Gorsuch, 49, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, would bring to the Court a strong record on gun rights and religious freedom, and a clearly articulated judicial philosophy.
Manning has served nearly seven years of her 35-year-sentence–the longest punishment ever imposed in the U.S. for a leak conviction. She was convicted of stealing 750,000 pages of documents related to U.S. military and diplomatic activities around the world.
Report issued on Friday shows a consistent unwillingness by the city’s investigators to probe or dispute police officers’ narratives. The report pointed to specific use-of-force cases that revealed insufficient training in de-escalation techniques.