Worker's comp payout of $38,056.
He faces a year of mental health treatment.
The Georgia inmate's appeals have all been denied.
More judges in New York are opting to return to lucrative private practice.
A former United Nations volunteer posed as an immigration lawyer to scam victims.
The rarely used say-nothing defense rears its head.
Texas may rule the death penalty unconstitutional.
The making of a folk hero.
The trial of the gang member accused of killing Chandra Levy in 2001 begins today.
His vote on the death penalty.
Thanks to the court's decision, we know very little about one of the election's biggest conservative spenders.
It certainly looks like it.
Potentially explosive testimony from the former head of the Department of Justice's Voting Rights Section.
At least the worst 59 of them.
"You expect the court to rubber-stamp, but we can't."
Jesse Friedman loses latest appeal on a technicality.