New York Appeals Court Denies Trump’s Lawyers’ Attempt to Delay Hush Money Trial for Third Straight Day

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s first criminal trial is set to begin on Monday after a New York appeals court rejected his lawyers’ attempt to delay the proceedings for a third day. The former president’s legal team had sought to halt the trial indefinitely while they challenged the trial judge and several pretrial rulings that they argue have hindered Trump’s defense. During an emergency hearing held in a court basement lobby on Wednesday, Trump’s lawyer Emil Bove argued that the restrictions in place could not operate constitutionally in a trial environment. Bove emphasized the … Read more

Man Convicted of Terrorist Act Appeals Murder Convictions in Attack on Muslim Family

LONDON, Ontario – Nathaniel Veltman, the man responsible for the brutal murder of four members of a Muslim family in a terror-driven attack, has filed an appeal seeking to overturn his convictions, according to his defense lawyer, Christopher Hicks. The “inmate notice of appeal” was submitted within the required 30-day window after Veltman’s sentencing. In February, Veltman received a life sentence with no possibility of parole for 25 years after being found guilty of four counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder. The charges stemmed from his deliberate act of driving his … Read more

Legal Hurdle for Trump: Appeals Court Refuses Request to Postpone Trial

NEW YORK (AP) — In a blow to former President Donald Trump, an appeals court denied his latest attempt to delay a trial. The decision was announced on Thursday by the court in Manhattan, New York. The ruling comes as Trump faces multiple legal challenges in various courts across the country. The trial in question pertains to a fraud lawsuit against Trump by E. Jean Carroll, a writer who claims he raped her in a department store dressing room in the 1990s. Trump has denied the allegation and attempted to have the case dismissed. This … Read more

North Carolina Court of Appeals Upholds Dismissal of Lawsuit Alleging Political Agenda at Charlotte Latin Schools

Charlotte, North Carolina – The North Carolina Court of Appeals has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by parents against Charlotte Latin Schools. The parents alleged that the school was promoting a political agenda and expelled their two students as a result. The ruling has drawn attention from groups such as ‘Moms For Liberty’ and ‘Concerned Private School Parents Of Charlotte,’ who supported the lawsuit. This is the second time the state’s second-highest court has ruled on the case. The court found that the school’s decision to remove the students was based on a … Read more