Posts Tagged ‘North Carolina’
State Supreme Court says attorney-client privilege means documents involved in redistricting can remain confidential.
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.
Brian France, who has fought for years to keep confidential the details of his 2008 divorce, had appealed judge’s ruling that documents in the case should be made public.
Religious colleges in North Carolina, Illinois are challenging rules that require the schools to provide free contraceptives to employees.
Game operators had argued that 2010 law banning sweepstakes machines as a form of gambling violated their free-speech rights.
North Carolina can’t offer anti-abortion license plates unless it also makes plates available for people who support abortion rights, court finds.
North Carolina elementary school that told girl to remove reference to God before reading her poem to students was technically defensible, but it probably would have been better to let her read it as written.
Federal appeals panel finds inmate failed to explain how denial of outdoor circle for Asatru ceremony violated his religious beliefs.
‘All of America used to be a free-speech zone,’ says John Murdock of New York after police direct convention protesters who disrupted traffic into designated fenced-in area.
Critics fear that in enforcing new Charlotte, N.C., ordinances, authorities could trample on people’s constitutional rights in the name of protecting public safety.
During discussion about candidates, North Carolina social studies teacher tells high school students they could be arrested for criticizing the president.
Anti-abortion protesters sued after Jacksonville police, citing safety concerns, refused to issue them a permit to picket outside a women’s clinic.
Split three-judge panel says law is overbroad and infringes on the free-speech rights of game operators.