Legal News

State officials conceded that at least a quarter of a list of nearly 100,000 Texas voters flagged for citizenship review should never have been questioned. That’s because Texans have to present documentation, either as a citizen or as a legal permanent resident, to receive an identification card from the state. Following this process, voters who […]

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  Ex-drug offenders have to overcome several barriers to reentry — scarcity of job opportunities; court and parole fines; and lack of training to qualify for jobs — after being released.  This session the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 200, which deals with several provisions of health and human services in this state. Representative Senfronia […]

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Via: According to Oklahoma Senator, Don Barrington,  proposed a bill that could ban people from wearing clothing that conceals their faces in public such as hooded sweatshirts.  If some one is caught wearing one of the banned items they could face a $500 fine. Click Here For More Info

Suspect and six others suffered “gunshot wounds or traumatic injuries” during Southern California drive-by shootings on Friday night. has the complete story.  Read more:  

In case you missed it, last Saturday marked the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education.  In that decision the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed school segregation. Across the country, people continue to reflect on the current state of educational opportunities for children of color. has the the story and photo gallery.  Read more: […]

Wow! How did that get in there, Officer? has the answer.  Read more:  

The Supremes will re-enter the debate on your privacy rights Tuesday.  The Court will give its ruling in June on whether police must get a warrant before they can search the data on the cell phone of a person under arrest. How will this affect you? has the complete story.  Read more:  

Indian diplomat, Devyani Khobragade was indicted Friday in a Manhattan federal court Friday.  She faces one count of visa fraud and one count of making false statements for allegedly lying on a visa application about how much she paid her housekeeper. She faces arrest if she returns to the U.S. has the complete story. […]

Was it a violation of students’ “free speech” or school safety concerns? The Court rules. has the complete story.  Read more:

Via Newsone: It’s been almost two years since the tragic jet ski accident that claimed the life of  11 year old Kile Glover and my heart goes out to Usher & Tameka Raymond.       Click here  for details on the verdict reached this week in Georgia.