Law & Justice (Page 2)
March 15, 2022
Durkin v. Marlan: How a Journalist’s Article Landed Her in a Legal Battle
When covering the case of a local lawsuit, a Capital Daily journalist found herself in a suit for defamation and privacy tort.
March 10, 2022
Legal Scholar Warns of Dangers to Democracy Under Conservative Supreme Court
“We are moving to a place where minority religions and people who do not have religions…will be able to look at their government and feel, quite rightly, that their government is forcing them to subsidize religious exercise that violates their own freedom of conscience," legal expert Mark Joseph Stern says in a wide-ranging interview about cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
March 10, 2022
Meta Hit with Alabama Class Action Lawsuit Over Children’s Privacy Rights on Facebook
The pressure is mounting for greater protection of children’s data online. Parents and guardians in Alabama have filed a class […]
February 17, 2022
Latest NYC Crime Stats Suggest Continued Rise in Violent Crime
A convergence of concerning January crime statistics and scary headlines shows New York may be getting more violent. But how much stock should we put into that analysis?
December 13, 2021
47-Year-old Cold Case Sparks Change in Fort Worth Police Department
Forty-seven years after she was brutally murdered in Fort Worth, Texas, Carla Walker and her family finally got justice. Now, the Fort Worth Police Department is working to make sure no family goes through this again.