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Homicide Charges Expected in 'Rust' Shooting: Santa Fe DA

Santa Fe County District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies said several individuals may face charges related to the shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Rust. So reports People.


NRA Unsuccessful Again in Getting Judge to Dismiss NYAG Lawsuit

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Joel Cohen rejected an effort by the National Rifle Association to avoid the New York Attorney General’s lawsuit against the lobbying group. So reports Law & Crime.


Remove Judge Over Handgun Incident: NYS Judicial Commission

Robert J. Putorti, a judge in Whitehall, New York, has been accused of pulling a handgun out and pointing it at a defendant during a case several years ago. So reports a CBS 6.


Ex-Texas Southern Law Dean Sues Seeking Reinstatement After Firing  

Joan R. M. Bullock, the former law school dean at Texas Southern University, is suing her ex-employer for allegedly removing her tenure and position without just cause. So reports The Houston Chronicle.


Johnny Depp Reportedly Dating Ex-lawyer, But with a Wrinkle

In what many onlookers might call a twist, Johnny Depp is reportedly involved in a romantic relationship with a former legal representative. However, it’s not with attorney Camille Vasquez who was the subject of rampant internet speculation during the embattled actor’s recent defamation case against his ex-wife Amber Heard. So reports Reuters.


Woman Who Called Police on Black Bird-watcher Loses Discrimination Case  

Amy Cooper, who was fired after allegedly calling 911 on a Black bird-watcher without proper cause, lost a discrimination suit filed against her ex-employer. So reports USA Today.


DeSantis' Facing Second Lawsuit Over Controversial Migrant Flights

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ decision to fly migrants out of Texas to other states has yielded a lawsuit from Jason Pizzo, a Democratic senator in the state Legislature. So reports Politico.


Save America PAC Pays Out $3M to Trump Attorney

The Save America PAC paid out $3 million to attorney Chris Kise for his legal work representing ex-President Donald Trump. So reports Politico.


Parkland Shooter’s Lawyers Face 'Furious Rebuke' from Judge  

The legal team defending Nikolas Cruz, who has already pleaded guilty to killing 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, “abruptly and unexpectedly rested its case.” So reports The New York Post.


University of Cincinnati College of Law Has a New $45M Home  

The University of Cincinnati College of Law has shifted operations to the site of the school’s former business school on Martin Luther King Drive. So reports


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