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Legal briefs

By Thomas Jipping
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National | Victim privacy suffered a setback in a ruling that a witness who testified in a child-molestation trial has no right under state law to sue the news media for…

If at first you're succeeded

By Thomas Jipping
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National | Unhappy with the will of 1.3 million voters whose signatures forced his name onto an Oct. 7 recall ballot, California Gov. Gray Davis and his supporters have…

On vacation-as usual

By Thomas Jipping
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National | Congress is doing no work this month, owing to summer recess, but where the Senate and judicial nominations are concerned, "no work" is merely business as…

In Brief: Legal briefs

By Thomas Jipping
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The federal court system continues to wrestle with the Ten Commandments.

In Brief: Lawrence aftershocks

By Thomas Jipping
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The gay advocacy legal-defense group that won the landmark sodomy case on the last day of the Supreme Court term this summer is working to consolidate and…

In Brief: And the delay goes on

By Thomas Jipping
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With no Supreme Court vacancy this year, senators are continuing the battle over the president's other federal-court appointments.

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