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NEW YORK, May 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP) announced today that the New York Court of Appeals—one of the most influential state courts in the United States—has agreed to hear the habeas corpus case of its elephant client, Happy, an autonomous and cognitively complex nonhuman animal who has been imprisoned at the Bronx Zoo for over four decades. The decision marks the first time in history that the highest court of any English-speaking jurisdiction will hear a habeas corpus case brought on behalf of someone other than a human being.
PHILADELPHIA and CLEVELAND, May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The investor rights lawyers at the Goldman Scarlato & Penny PC law firm ("GSP") have filed claims for compensation on behalf of investors in Cobalt Sports Capital, a business co-founded and promoted by Tyler Tysdal.
BATON ROUGE, La. - The Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) reported Monday 769 new COVID-19 cases and 11 new deaths. Confirmed cases stand at 390,012 and 9,469 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.
Here are the links to the latest reported cases in the four states covered by KTBS 3 News:
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A Franklin County judge has dismissed a case that had sought to declare illegal the taxing by cities and villages of people who aren’t currently working or living in those places during the pandemic. The allowance was made as part of a wide-ranging pandemic law approved by the Ohio legislature early last year and signed by Gov. Mike DeWine. During the governor’s emergency ...
“The more people that are moving to the community, the more services they require, and that includes the court system,” said Gallatin County District Court Judge Rienne H. McElyea.
New cases of COVID-19 have risen 20% in Delaware over the past week.
In big cities and rural towns across the U.S., police misconduct cases often are handled behind closed doors during private, executive sessions of public meetings. With tight-lipped lawyers and under the shield of “personnel,” many founded complaints of police abuse are inaccessible to the public. It’s time to end that practice. In Chicago, it’s time for the good actors in the Chicago Police ...