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13 Jul 2019
Worried by the delay in the dispensation of justice in criminal cases, some stakeholders have advocated for the appointment of more Judges to handle criminal cases in Nigeria.
21 Dec 2018
A German court has found a 31-year-old man guilty of operating a platform that allowed a gunman to purchase his murder weapon.
15 Dec 2018
A federal judge has ruled the 2010 health law known as Obamacare unconstitutional due to a change to US tax law in 2017. Supporters of the law have said they will appeal the ruling.
21 May 2018
Judge furious as Olisa Metuh collapses in court.
18 Oct 2017
A U.S. judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's latest bid to impose restrictions on citizens from several countries entering the United States, which had been set to take effect this week.
23 Aug 2017
Bill Cosby was back in court on Tuesday to seek a judge's approval to have the lawyer who successfully defended the late singer Michael Jackson against child molestation charges, represent him at his sex assault retrial.
22 Aug 2017
A gunman shot and wounded a judge in an ambush outside an Ohio courthouse on Monday before being fatally shot by a probation officer.
17 Jun 2017
Bill Cosby's spokesman and attorneys speak to reporters after a Pennsylvania judge on Saturday declared a mistrial in Cosby's sexual assault case after the jury said it could not reach a verdict.
17 Mar 2017
Judge withdraws from the case of Femi Fani-Kayode, 3 others.
28 Feb 2017
A judge granted a request by Bill Cosby's defence lawyers on Monday, to have jurors picked from a different county. Cosby's lawyers argued his case was drawing too much publicity for a fair criminal trial.
10 Feb 2017
A judge in Peru has issued an international arrest warrant for former president Alejandro Toledo. He's accused of taking $20m in bribes.
5 Feb 2017
Protesters in U.S. cities rally against the travel ban President Donald Trump had imposed, while impacted travellers finally enter the U.S. after a judge lifts the restrictions.

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