La Salle County Grand Jury Reveals Shocking Insights on Juvenile Marriage in 2024

MARSEILLES, Illinois – A grand jury in La Salle County has reached a decision on various cases during its session held on March 26, 2024. The jury, made up of citizens from the local area, reviewed evidence and testimony before making determinations on the matters at hand. The grand jury’s role is to assess whether there is enough evidence to proceed with criminal charges against the accused individuals. Among the cases considered by the grand jury was that of a burglary in a residential area. After examining the evidence, the jury concluded that there was … Read more

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and Wife Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison for Violating Marriage Law

ISLAMABAD — Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and his wife, Bushra Bibi, have been sentenced to seven years in prison by a Pakistani court for violating the law with their marriage in 2018. This verdict comes just days after the couple was convicted and sentenced to 14 years in prison for corruption. Both cases have raised allegations of political motivation, with Khan and his family maintaining their innocence. According to the defense lawyer for Khan and Bibi, Intisar Panjutha, Judge Qudrat Ullah announced the verdict one day after the trial ended. The prosecution claimed … Read more

Kentucky Couple Awarded $100,000 in Lawsuit Against Former County Clerk for Denying Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Ashland, Kentucky – A federal jury has awarded a Kentucky couple a sum of $100,000 after they sued former county clerk Kim Davis for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Davis gained international attention in 2015 when she was briefly imprisoned for her refusal, citing her belief that marriage should only be between a man and a woman. The jury, deliberating on Wednesday, awarded David Ermold and David Moore $50,000 each, while another couple, James Yates and Will Smith, received no damages. Davis, previously the Rowan County clerk, was held in contempt of … Read more

Former Kentucky County Clerk Ordered to Pay $260,000 in Legal Fees Following Same-Sex Marriage License Controversy

Grayson, Kentucky – The former county clerk in northeastern Kentucky, Kim Davis, has been ordered by a federal judge to pay over $260,000 in fees and expenses to the attorneys representing a same-sex couple in addition to the $100,000 in damages awarded by a jury last year. Davis gained national attention in 2015 when she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, citing her religious beliefs and defying a Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage. David Ermold and David Moore, the couple who were repeatedly denied marriage licenses by Davis or her office, filed … Read more