Freedom can be incomprehensible and infuriating. Long may it live.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ended a fight between an NBA referee and the state over whether he’s a Minnesota or Florida resident.
Three people arrested for DWI in separate incidents in Minnesota have lost their claim that they didn’t get proper notice before their driving privileges were revoked.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals today provided a ‘win’ to ear drums, ruling that a Minneapolis law regulating car speaker music is not unconstitutionally vague.
Here is the audio of today’s Supreme Court arguments over the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
A sharply divided Minnesota Supreme Court today ruled that two young girls, born to apparent drug addicts can be adopted by their foster parents rather than their grandparents, despite a state law that appears to favor adoption by family members over others.
When you’re on jury duty and your case goes on for 33 days and includes 200 witnesses, it may be difficult to stay focused.
Here’s the audio from today’s Supreme Court hearing on California’s Proposition 8, banning same-sex marriage.
Until you have an elderly parent with diminished faculties, scams that target them seem too stupid to have any chance of success. But they do and with great regularity.
Maybe Pinkey Carr is onto something.
Should protesters who are against legalized abortion be allowed to hold signs and posters showing aborted fetuses?
Two people staged a murder inside a New York elevator this week, then filmed people’s reactions.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has overturned the certification of a 17-year to stand trial as an adult for his participation in a gang-related rape of a girl on St. Paul’s East side.
The same-sex marriage debate will begin anew in Minnesota tomorrow when sponsors of a bill to legalize same sex marriage unveil their initiative.
The Supreme Court of New Jersey is holding a hearing today on whether Judge Vince Sicari has to give up the night gig because it’s undignified.