Wed. Jul 10th, 2024

Category: Appellate

HOW TO LOOK UP A CASE IN THE CALIFORNIA COURT OF APPEAL OR CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT

HOW TO LOOK UP A CASE IN THE CALIFORNIA COURT OF APPEAL OR CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT California makes the majority of appellate case information available to the public and can…

What Is Jurisdiction? Jurisdition vs Venue?

What Is Jurisdiction? Jurisdition vs Venue? What Is Jurisdiction? Jurisdiction refers in general to a court’s ability and authority to decide a case brought before it. Jurisdiction Over Subject Matter…

What Are My Rights as a Dad? Father’s Parental rights: Existing law and established boundaries

California Fathers’ Rights 2024 – What Are My Rights as a Dad? Fathers’ Rights It’s crucial to realize that a father has exactly the same rights as a mother in…

federal Judge Tosses Gun Possession Case Against Convicted Felon – United States v. Bullock

Federal Judge Tosses Gun Possession Case Against Convicted Felon United States v. Bullock Being convicted of a felony–even a violent one–is not enough to deprive someone of their Second Amendment…

Amicus Briefs – Amicus Curiae Briefs

Amicus Briefs – Amicus Curiae Briefs An amicus curiae (literally “friend of the court”) is someone who is not a party to a case, but offers information that bears on…

Third Circuit Holds that a Nonviolent Offender May Not Be Stripped of Second Amendment Rights.

Third Circuit Holds that a Nonviolent Offender May Not Be Stripped of Second Amendment Rights. Range v. Attorney General As gun rights have evolved in the United States, the Supreme…

8th Amendment – Eighth Amendment

Eighth Amendment Amendment VIII The Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution states: “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” Furman…

Right to Record Government Officials Engaged in the Exercise of their Official Duties

Right to Record Government Officials Engaged in the Exercise of their Official Duties Right to record government officials in public A growing consensus of courts have recognized a constitutional right…