What is a Petition for Writ of Certiorari and What Does the Supreme Court Do?

What is a Petition for Writ of Certiorari and What Does the Supreme Court Do? Welcome to our blog post on Supreme Court appellate litigation! Are you curious about how cases make their way through the highest court in the United States? Or perhaps you’re interested in understanding the role of top-notch Supreme Court attorneys […]

Gunbroker Shareholder Lawsuit against Ammo Inc

Steve Urvan, a former customer of AMMO, INC., has filed a lawsuit against the company in relation to a fraudulent gunbroker.com deal. According to the complaint, Urvan purchased a firearm from AMMO, INC. through gunbroker.com in May 2018 and was promised delivery within 30 days. However, after more than two months of waiting for his […]

Donnitta Sinclair Petitions Supreme Court to Hear CHOP Case

Supreme Court Petition on CHOP Murder Case Donnitta Sinclair, the mother of Lorenzo Anderson who was killed in a shooting at Seattle’s Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) zone, is petitioning the US Supreme Court to hear her lawsuit against the City of Seattle. Sinclair claims that her son’s death was a result of negligence on […]

Texas Court of Appeals Delays Execution of Clifton Lamar Williams

Texas Court delays Texas execution This undated handout photo provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice shows Clifton Lamar Williams. Williams is scheduled to die by lethal injection Thursday, July 16, 2015 for the July 2005 slaying of Cecelia Schneider in Tyler, Texas. (Texas Department of Criminal Justice/Associated Press) By Michael Graczyk AP July 16 at […]

Religious Freedom in Pennsylvania

The concept of the separation of church and state is a common refrain many Americans associate with the U.S. Constitution. The government is prohibited from establishing or oppressing people based on their religious affiliation. At face value this is a relatively simple concept. Unfortunately, once a concept turns into legislation, law and court opinions, the […]

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