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The Subject Of "Making A Murderer" Who Claims He Was Coerced Into Confessing Loses His Appeal

The Subject Of "Making A Murderer" Who Claims He Was Coerced Into Confessing Loses His Appeal

The Subject Of “Making A Murderer” Who Claims He Was Coerced Into Confessing Loses His Appeal   BuzzFeed News Appeals Court Ruling Keeps Netflix “Making A Murderer’ Killer In Prison   Deadline Final preparations underway for ‘The Last Jedi’ premiere in LA   WJLA Full coverage

Appeals Court Denies New Trial For ‘Making A Murderer’ Subject Brendan Dassey

Appeals Court Denies New Trial For ‘Making A Murderer’ Subject Brendan Dassey

Appeals Court Denies New Trial For ‘Making A Murderer’ Subject Brendan Dassey   HuffPost Appeals court rules that ‘Making a Murderer’ defendant Dassey’s confession stands   NBCNews.com Court upholds ‘Making a Murderer’ defendant Brendan Dassey’s conviction   New York Daily News Full coverage

LA Open Door Church Property Seizure Lawsuit ‘Back to Square One’ – Christianity Daily

LA Open Door Church Property Seizure Lawsuit ‘Back to Square One’ – Christianity Daily

Christianity Daily LA Open Door Church Property Seizure Lawsuit 'Back to Square One' Christianity Daily After Los Angeles Open Door Presbyterian Church (LAODPC) lost a previous lawsuit during its first trial regarding the seizure of its church property, it received a favorable response from an appeals court which reversed the lower court's decision. The …

The Morning Roundup: You Might Be Paying More for Health Insurance Soon – The Independent Weekly

The Morning Roundup: You Might Be Paying More for Health Insurance Soon – The Independent Weekly

The Morning Roundup: You Might Be Paying More for Health Insurance Soon The Independent Weekly 1. Federal appeals court upholds ruling in favor of transgender teen. In April, the U.S. Court of Appeals found that Title IX protects the rights of individuals like Gavin Grimm, a sixteen-year-old transgender student who sued the Gloucester County …

Supreme Court’s new session could bring decisions on huge issues – MSNBC

Supreme Court’s new session could bring decisions on huge issues – MSNBC

Supreme Court's new session could bring decisions on huge issues MSNBC The conservative Alliance Against Freedom is representing Pastor Clyde Reed and Good News Community Church against the Town of Gilbert, Arizona, which says that the town's policy on signage discriminates against churches . The appeals court said that … and more

Vineyard Church must face lawsuit over counseling pastor’s affair – Columbus Dispatch

Vineyard Church must face lawsuit over counseling pastor’s affair – Columbus Dispatch

Columbus Dispatch Vineyard Church must face lawsuit over counseling pastor's affair Columbus Dispatch An appeals court has ruled that a lawsuit can move forward against a Columbus megachurch accused of negligence by a woman who had an affair with an associate pastor who was counseling her for sex addiction. The ruling on Tuesday by the 10th District

State appeals court rules for Old North Church and others in case brought by … – Boston Business Journal

State appeals court rules for Old North Church and others in case brought by … – Boston Business Journal

State appeals court rules for Old North Church and others in case brought by … Boston Business Journal She sustained serious injuries that requires surgery and rehabilitation, and incurred significant medical expenses that were not covered by her health insurance .” A Superior Court judge tossed the suit out because Linda Patterson, who was joined by her

Appeals Court Says Catholic-Owned Business Still Has To Pay For Slut Pill … – Wonkette (satire)

Appeals Court Says Catholic-Owned Business Still Has To Pay For Slut Pill … – Wonkette (satire)

Wonkette (satire) Appeals Court Says Catholic-Owned Business Still Has To Pay For Slut Pill … Wonkette (satire) A federal appeals court upheld the Affordable Care Act's requirement that insurance plans cover contraception, even when employers are personally offended by the idea that their slutty employees might be having sex in ways that the employers' imaginary … and more