Court Rulings

Read: Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Yeardley Love’s family filed a wrongful death lawsuit again George Huguely V, who was convicted of second-degree murder in her death.

Read: Woman Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity in Hillcrest Medical Center Shooting

Woman Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity in Hillcrest Medical Center Shooting

A security guard was shot in the chest after investigating a report of gunshots in the hospital parking lot.

Read: Jury Sides with Terminated KSU Whistleblower

Jury Sides with Terminated KSU Whistleblower

The ex-employee claimed he was fired for advocating for students who submitted sexual harassment claims against faculty.

Read: Man Convicted in VCU Frat Hazing Death to Participate in Restorative Justice Programs

Man Convicted in VCU Frat Hazing Death to Participate in Restorative Justice Programs

As part of an agreement with the state and in consultation with the victim’s family, the former student won’t serve time behind bars.

Read: Prosecutors Lose Appeal to Reinstate Charges Against Ex-Michigan State President in Nassar-Related Case

Prosecutors Lose Appeal to Reinstate Charges Against Ex-Michigan State President in Nassar-Related Case

An appellate judge said statements made by Lou Anna Simon during interviews about Larry Nassar were “immaterial to the prosecution’s sham investigation.”

Read: Ex-Nurse Found Guilty of Raping Patient at Centerpoint Hospital

Ex-Nurse Found Guilty of Raping Patient at Centerpoint Hospital

The victim had received morphine and other narcotics for pain management when the float nurse raped her.

Read: Judge Blocks Bill That Would Allow More Guns on Montana College Campuses

Judge Blocks Bill That Would Allow More Guns on Montana College Campuses

House Bill 102 sought to expand the places where guns may be carried without a permit and to allow permitted carry in more places.

Read: Federal Judge Blocks Texas Ban on School Mask Mandates

Federal Judge Blocks Texas Ban on School Mask Mandates

The judge ruled Governor Greg Abbott’s ban on school mask mandates violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Read: Kagan Denies Student’s Request to Block Suspension Over Sexual Assault Claim

Kagan Denies Student’s Request to Block Suspension Over Sexual Assault Claim

The 15-year-old was suspended under the Title IX emergency removal provision after his ex-girlfriend claimed he sexually assaulted her.

Read: Baylor Fraternity, Landlord Settle Lawsuit with Alleged Rape Victim

Baylor Fraternity, Landlord Settle Lawsuit with Alleged Rape Victim

The victim alleges former Phi Delta Theta fraternity president Jacob Anderson raped her at an off-campus house party in 2016.

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