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Former West Virginia judge receives public warning

Former West Virginia judge David W. Hummel Jr has been publicly admonished by the state Judicial Investigation Commission. The Judicial Disciplinary Counsel ruled 7-0 that probable cause exists to find Hummel violated the Code of Judicial Conduct regarding compliance with the law, confidence in the judiciary, avoiding abuse of the prestige of judicial office as […]
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The Supreme Court Case That Could Upend Elections

Content This content can also be viewed on the site it originates from. Listen and subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Google | Wherever You Listen. Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the best New Yorker podcasts. J. Michael Luttig, a prominent legal mind in conservative circles, is close...

Judges, attorneys apply for ND Supreme Court vacancy

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFGO) – Three district court judges are among the seven people who have applied for an opening on the North Dakota Supreme Court. South Central District Judge Doug Bahr, Northwest District Judge Daniel El-Dweek, and North Central District Judge Stacy Louser have applied. The other applicants are...

Michigan Supreme Court declines to weigh in on Lansing Township annexation case

The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to weigh in on a case surrounding the City of Lansing’s attempt to annex part of Lansing Township. This week’s state Supreme Court ruling was the latest in a series of legal challenges that have surrounded attempts to incorporate the Groesbeck neighborhood into the city’s municipal boundaries.

Oklahoma AG Declares Taxpayer-Funded Religious Charter Schools Legal

The Supreme Court has slowly and steadily busted a hole in the wall between church and state when it comes to education. AG opinion: Statute barring charter school operators from religious affiliation unconstitutional ( In a fifteen-page opinion issued December 1, Attorney General John O’Connor argued that in the wake...