TIKD alleges in a lawsuit that it is being blocked from consulting on traffic-ticket cases by the Florida Bar Association and The Ticket Clinic, a law practice with 28 offices in Florida. Its legal foes counter that TIKD is practicing law without a license.
A lawsuit by Shari Webber-Dunn, a convicted murderer and practicing Thelemite, alleges that women prisoners in Kansas are subjected to endless Christian imagery and propaganda, including an 8-foot wooden cross, Christian-themed radio and TV broadcasts, and housing units plastered with proselytizing messages.
June Rodgers alleges that the state should be held responsible after her son was shot and killed in April by a convicted felon who had been released without bail a few days earlier following an arrest for illegally possessing a handgun.
Missouri joins a growing list of states that have sued pharmaceutical firms. State Attorney General Josh Hawley says their “campaign of fraud and deception” led to the opioid crisis. The suit names the pharmaceutical firms Endo, Purdue and Janssen.
Survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting last June charged in a federal lawsuit that Omar Mateen’s wife and the security firm where he worked knew that the mass killer was mentally unstable and potentially violent.