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Sep 01, 2014

Financial Questions Remain For LGBT Couples More Than A Year After DOMA Decision

When the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act last summer it gave married same-sex couples access to most of the federal rights that married heterosexual couples enjoy but not necessarily state rights...

Aug 29, 2014

Are Credits For Taxes Paid To Other States Doomed?

A case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court that has yet to grab the attention of the mainstream media is a Maryland tax case that is interesting because it could significantly change the scope of the dormant commerce clause... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 28, 2014

Musician arrested after Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death gets no-jail deal

Robert Vineberg, 58, pleaded guilty Thursday in Manhattan Supreme Court in exchange for five years' probation, 25 days of community service and enrollment in a drug treatment program, the Daily News has learned... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 27, 2014

Girl allowed to leave school with bullies who sexually assaulted her: suit

The girl, a student at Public School 322, was allowed to leave the school with her classmates, despite the school knowing she's only allowed to leave with her parents, according to her family's Manhattan Supreme Court suit... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 28, 2014

Brooklyn man who stabbed wife to death slammed with max prison sentence

About six relatives of Maritza Jolliffe spoke in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Thursday to tell the judge how Eustacio Roberts' brutal crime has impacted their lives... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 27, 2014

Judge rips into Carnegie Deli owners during divorce hearing

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper berated Marian Harper Levine during Wednesday's hearing after she accused him of making light of her case during previous proceedings... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 27, 2014

Contractor stiffed 70 workers out of $100,000: authorities

Anthony Miller, 51, was charged with scheme to defraud and ordered held on a $50,000 bail at his arraignment Wednesday in Brooklyn Supreme Court... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 27, 2014

Judge rips into Carnegie Deli owners during divorce hearing

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper berated Marian Harper Levine during Wednesday's hearing after she accused him of making light of her case during previous proceedings... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 28, 2014

Gay marriage: Which case will the Supreme Court choose?

You can't tell the potential Supreme Court cases on same-sex marriage without a scorecard... #Maryland #Supreme Court of the United States

Aug 20, 2014

George V. Hansen, Seven-Term Idaho Congressman, Dies at 83

Found guilty three times of federal crimes, Mr. Hansen, an Idaho Republican, had a 1984 conviction overturned by the Supreme Court... #Idaho #U.S. Republican Party