Stephen Paddock, the gunman who rained bullets on a Las Vegas festival on Sunday night, spent decades stockpiling weapons and ammunition, and “meticulously” planned the night he sprayed gunfire from his room on a crowd of concertgoers, says Clark County, Nv., Sheriff Joe Lombardo. Authorities still aren’t clear on why Paddock did what he did or who he was.
Washington, D.C., Attorney General Karl Racine will not appeal a court order blocking enforcement of the city’s restrictions on the carrying of concealed guns in public to the Supreme Court. That sets ... Read more
Mayor Marty Walsh promised to clean up the notorious drug haven last year, launching initiatives to break up the dealing and connect people to treatment. The slow pace of change has frustrated residen ... Read more
Current and planned use of AI Corporate counsel generally consider themselves to be open to using new technologies in their legal departments, except when it comes to artificial intelligence technolog ... Read more
This post is part of the joint blog symposium hosted by EJIL:Talk!, Lawfare and Intercross and arising out of the 5th Transatlantic Workshop on International Law and Armed Conflict held at the Europea ... Read more
Federal judge Susan Bolton in Phoenix called criminal contempt “an offense against the United States,” and said that former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio will “escape punishment for his willful v ... Read more
Stateless people in the UK face enormous hurdles in the road to becoming British citizens. One of those barriers is the extraordinarily high cost of acquiring British citizenship, writes Asylum Aid ... Read more
After twenty-three years of motions, hearings, trials and sentencings in over 4,000 criminal cases spanning four districts, I want to share my thoughts on the art of arguing the frivolous. I practiced ... Read more