Patrice Evra Hit With Suspended Sentence for Family Abandonment, Appeals Court’s Decision

Nanterre, France — Former France football captain Patrice Evra faces legal consequences after a French court convicted him of family abandonment. Evra, known for his dynamic presence on teams like Manchester United and Juventus, has disputed the claims and has filed an appeal. The ruling issued from a Nanterre court near Paris imposed a suspended 12-month prison sentence on the 43-year-old athlete and ordered him to pay €4,000 in damages. This decision comes amid Evra’s ongoing divorce proceedings where allegations of financial negligence by his wife surfaced, stating that Evra ceased maintenance payments in 2020 … Read more

Trump’s Lawyers Call for Dismissal of Conviction, Cite Recent Supreme Court Decision on Presidential Immunity

NEW YORK — Attorneys for Donald Trump are pushing for a New York judge to overturn his conviction in a case involving hush money, citing a recent Supreme Court ruling related to presidential immunity. Todd Blanche and Emil Bove, who represent the former U.S. president, alleged in court documents that prosecutors improperly expedited the trial without awaiting the Supreme Court’s decision on Trump’s immunity claims. Trump, the first former president to be criminally convicted, was found guilty in May of falsifying records in an attempt to conceal a potential sex scandal. He was convicted on … Read more

Walmart Faces Continued Legal Battle Over Alleged Price Discrepancies in Illinois Court Decision

CHICAGO, Ill. — A federal appeals court in Illinois ruled that a lawsuit against Walmart, alleging the company engaged in deceptive pricing practices, can move forward. Yoran Kahn brought the lawsuit in 2022 after he encountered a discrepancy between the shelf prices and the prices charged at checkout for several small items at a Walmart in Illinois. The price differences were approximately 10-15% higher at the register than indicated on store shelves. Attorneys for Kahn have pointed out that this issue may not be isolated to the Illinois location but could potentially represent a nationwide … Read more

Karen Read Seeks Dismissal of Murder Charge After Jury’s Alleged Unanimous Not Guilty Decision

CANTON, Mass. — Karen Read, who faces charges for the death of her boyfriend, Boston Police Officer John O’Keefe, has requested the dismissal of two of the three charges against her. This motion comes after a mistrial was declared last week in a case that has captured widespread attention. The charges include murder in the second degree and manslaughter while operating a motor vehicle under the influence. The mistrial, declared by Judge Beverly Cannone, left lingering questions as to the jury’s stance, which was not publicly disclosed. According to legal documents filed in Norfolk Superior … Read more