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Officer Not Liable for Missing Video Evidence in Warrant Request

A police detective who didn’t mention the existence of a surveillance video when she applied for an arrest warrant in a double murder case where the defendant was later acquitted is immune from the defendant’s civil rights suit, the Tenth Circuit said Monday.

Blackfeet Member Loses Appeal of Ban From Tribal Headquarters

A member of the Blackfeet Nation can be temporarily barred from residing in the tribe’s headquarters of Browning, Mont., as a condition of his supervised release, because the restriction doesn’t infringe on the tribe’s sovereignty, the Ninth Circuit said.

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Coronavirus Is Taking Its Toll On Big Law

The economic fallout of the Covid-19 crisis has reached America's top grossing law firms. In this video, legal industry experts assess the impact on Big Law and what might happen if the crisis lingers.

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