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    Tuesday, December 5, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit filed by a woman who calls herself a “lawsuit tester.”    Deborah Laufer is visually-impaired and uses a wheelchair.  She has used her disabilities to search online for businesses that are not technically compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act requirement

 In two recent separate lawsuits, patrons of Panera Bread have accused the company of killing their loved ones with lemonade.      Panera’s “charged lemonade” packs a very large quantity of caffeine.  One cup contains 395 mg of caffeine, which compares to the FDA’s maximum allowable intake as being 400 mg.    This is the equivalent

     It has recently come to my attention that some men are being defrauded by their girlfriends presenting them with an ultrasound showing the presence of a bun in the oven. Or two buns in the oven, as depicted in the picture above.    The men are unsuspecting.  Wanting to provide a home

 Unknown to the general public is the right, in Idaho, to disqualify one judge without stating a reason.  This can be done in a criminal or civil case.During the pandemic, this right was suspended, as were many rights. Trials were shut down.  When trials were once again set on the calendar, somewhat bizarre rules

 Two of the most brutal things that can happen to a person can be:    1.  To be sexually abused; and    2. To be falsely accused of sexual abuse.For those who suffer the first injustice, they may have lifetime repercussions that affect them in nightmares, self-image and damage to their ability to have

Lori Vallow, having been convicted of murdering her two children and her new husband’s wife, was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences without chance of parole on Monday, July 31, 2023. She was also found guilty of conspiracy for working with Chad Daybell to collect There was really no option for the sentencing judge, Hon. Steven

 One of the building blocks of our democracy is that there are, in theory, three branches of our government that are supposed to operate independently of each other: the executive (President), legislative (House and Senate), and the judicial (US Supreme Court and other federal courts).  Senate Democrats have just pursued legislation to set a