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Her actions on the 7th Circuit seemed to bear out her contention about the role an appellate judge plays.
Chalfen said the review consisted of Simpson’s year sitting as a judge in the Bronx.
Giuliani has been unable to muster sufficient evidence to persuade judges to consider the president’s case.
In doing so, it could choose to file in front of an administrative judge, leaving Facebook facing two major antitrust matters in two different venues.
Their cases have seen additional delays with shifting federal priorities, the retirements of judges and, now, the coronavirus pandemic.
In June, a federal judge in New York ruled that immigration arrests in courthouses in the state were illegal.
All of this raises the question of whether AI will see judges and lawyers replaced with algorithms—an outcome that could make the justice system less expensive and possibly more fair.
The judge also issued a “stay away” order, but the public court record doesn’t disclose further details of the order.
Tells a story about a foreign judge threatened with death if he didn’t rule for the government Stern writes.
In September, a judge in Washington blocked a portion of the ban that would have prevented new downloads of the app.
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