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On Friday (May 10th), Sean "Diddy" Combs filed to dismiss a lawsuit accusing him and former Bad Boy Entertainment executive Harve Pierre of gang raping a 17-year-old girl in a New York music studio back in 2003. As reported by People, Combs' legal team filed the motion in a New... Read More »

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Prospective Juror Number 30 first filled out a 69-question form, which included four inquiries about her commitment to impartiality. During the following voir dire, she said “…it would be difficult to look at charges involving minors without being biased ”and that she”…probably . . . wouldn’t be a good juror.”... Read More »

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Jesse Neaves drove his Lexus at 98.3 miles per hour, twice the speed limit, then rear-ended a car that was stopped at a traffic light. The collision killed two people who were both ejected from their car, and a jury found Neaves guilty of second-degree murder and assault with a... Read More »

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Former Oakland University soccer coach Eric Pogue is suing the Michigan institution, claiming that he was unlawfully fired because of his “debilitating” depression. Pogue filed his federal lawsuit earlier this month in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan Southern Division and names the university and a senior... Read More »

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Two students at the University of California, Riverside, were expelled for violating campus conduct and disciplinary rules designed to protect the health and safety of pledges who want to join fraternities. The students petitioned the University for reinstatement, claiming they were denied due process at their administrative hearing. The trial... Read More »

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On Tuesday (May 7), TikTok filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government over the Protecting Americans from Foreign Adversary Controlled Applications Act. The bill aims to ban the app unless its Chinese owners, ByteDance, divest their stake. The lawsuit alleges that the legislation infringes on TikTok's First Amendment rights, constituting... Read More »

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A Jewish student at Columbia University has filed a class action lawsuit against the Ivy League university amid pro-Palestinian protests that disrupted student learning and heightened safety concerns among Jewish students. The lawsuit was filed earlier this month against Columbia’s board of trustees in federal court in the Southern District... Read More »

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The police arrested Marlon Flores for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. The California Supreme Court found that being in an area known for gang activity and ducking behind a parked car when police arrived were not sufficient indications of criminal activity to justify Flores’ detention by... Read More »

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A sexual assault lawsuit against Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee was dismissed by a California judge on Monday, though the door remains open for the plaintiff, identified only as Jane Doe, to file an amended complaint. The lawsuit, which alleges an incident from 2003 involving Lee in a helicopter, was... Read More »

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MGM Studios has launched a countersuit against David Lee Henry, the original screenwriter of the 1986 film "Road House," who writes under the pseudonym David Lee Henry. The conflict, unfolding in a California federal court, stems from a dispute over the copyright of the screenplay that inspired the beloved movie... Read More »

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Isaiah Lee, the individual who made headlines after rushing the stage and attacking comedian star Dave Chappelle during a live performance at the Hollywood Bowl in 2022, has now taken legal action against the venue and its security team. In the recent lawsuit, Lee alleges negligence and battery on the... Read More »

Activision Blizzard Ordered to Pay $23.4 Million in Patent Infringement Case - Adobe Stock Image by Timon

On Friday (May 3), a federal jury in Delaware ruled that gaming giant Activision Blizzard must pay $23.4 million in damages for infringing on patents related to the multiplayer features in some of its most popular video games, including "World of Warcraft" and two "Call of Duty" titles. The verdict... Read More »

Legal Proceedings Advance in Morgan Wallen’s Chair-Throwing Case - Getty Images via New York Post

As reported by Billboard, the criminal case involving country music star Morgan Wallen, accused of recklessly throwing a chair from the rooftop of a six-story Nashville bar, is set to continue after an initial court hearing. Wallen's attorney, Worrick Robinson, represented him in the Nashville court Friday, where a judge... Read More »

U.S. Justice Department Pursues Google Antitrust Case - Adobe Stock Image by wolterke

On Friday, Google and the U.S. Justice Department were in court over allegations that the tech giant unlawfully maintained a monopoly in search advertising. The proceedings, held before U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta in Washington, D.C., mark a critical moment in one of the most significant antitrust trials in recent... Read More »

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Former Pennsylvania nurse Heather Pressdee has been sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of murder and 19 counts of attempted murder charges. The sentencing, handed down on Thursday in Butler, Pennsylvania, marks the conclusion of a legal battle that began with Pressdee's arrest in May... Read More »