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The federal government has agreed to destroy all data obtained from a computer and other electronic devices seized from an outspoken advocate of an Army private accused of sending more than 700,000 classified U.S. documents to Wikileaks, the American Civil Liberties Union announced Thursday.
A federal appeals panel has rejected a psychic’s claims that Chesterfield County’s zoning and business licensing regulations violate her religious and free-speech rights.
A federal judge in Roanoke has rejected prosecutors’ attempts to ban a doctor charged with illegally prescribing pain medication from discussing the case online.
Justices dismiss case by neurologist David McKee, who took offense when a patient’s son posted critical remarks about him on rate-your-doctor websites.
New York appeals court throws out identity theft charge against Raphael Golb but preserves convictions on several other charges.
‘In spite of what plaintiffs argue, nudity in and of itself is not inherently expressive,’ judge writes.
State justices say Habib Sadid’s firing for violating protocol for criticism of administrators was justified, therefore he is not entitled to unemployment benefits.
Court grants temporary restraining order, saying city can only enforce rules that limit signs, banners and flags near the Superdome.
Massachusetts’ James McGovern introduces two constitutional amendments targeting the high court’s decision, which lifted many restrictions on corporate spending in political elections.
4th Circuit rules that officials did not violate man’s rights when it fined him for painting ‘Screwed By The Town of Cary’ on his house.
But justices refuse to give those rights to individual social-media users, saying the victims of cyberbullying and online smear campaigns should be able to sue more easily.
Tennessee county sheriff’s office will have to convince a court that there were legitimate safety interests in monitoring inmate calls.
Sheriff tells newspaper that Keith Gadson and Rodregiz Cole threatened a judge and former prosecutor; attorney claims his client’s free-speech rights were violated.