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The state’s high court ruled Monday that the new school finance system the Legislature passed this spring doesn’t pass muster and provides neither adequate nor equitable funding.
Last year, New York's highest court voted 6-2 that there's no right to control public performances under the state's common law.
The law signed by Walker on Monday changes how environmental challenges and other potential legal cases over the factory would be handled, including automatically suspending any lower court orders until a higher court has weighed in.
Lambrix's attorney, William Hennis, argued in an appeal to the nation's high court that because his client's jury recommendations for death were not unanimous - the juries in his two trials voted 8-4 and 10-2 for death - they should be thrown out.
To be sure, a handful of states still hang onto traditions of noting partisan affiliation on the ballot, though mostly for higher courts.
Ohio's highest court has declined to rule in the legal battle over control of Heidelberg Distributing Co., the region’s largest beer distributor.
In 2011 the high court of the European Union ruled that the country must change its policies to protect the rodent or face large fines.
In the ruling, Maryland’s highest court questioned the fairness of jury instructions in trials before 1980.
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