Judge Hits Diplo With A Restraining Order In Revenge Porn Case
A woman accusing hit producer and DJ Thomas Wesley Pentz, better known as Diplo, has been granted a restraining order against the music artist. This comes after she took Pentz to court over alleged sexually explicit images of her that he allegedly sent to other parties.A Los Angeles judge granted a temporary restraining order barring Pentz from releasing of photos of the woman, who remains anonymous, in the “revenge porn case.” The woman’s lawyer, Lisa Bloom, argued that Pentz must not be allowed to continue sending her client’s photos to third parties. Pentz’s lawyer maintains that Pentz “in ...
Judge rejects Trump supporter's attempt to block Ga. election results
ATLANTA — Georgia was drawn into a vortex of conspiracy theories over the 2020 presidential election on Thursday, as President Donald Trump’s lawyers and a prominent Atlanta supporter pressed unfounded claims of fraud.But the allegations of improprieties were not enough to persuade a federal judge in Atlanta to prevent state officials from certifying that former Vice President Joe Biden defeated Trump in Georgia. In a lengthy hearing late Thursday, U.S. District Judge Steven Grimberg — a Trump appointee — found no justification for potentially rejecting more than 1.3 million absentee ballots.“...
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Judge stops White House from immediately expelling unaccompanied minors
Washington (AFP) - A US judge ruled Wednesday that Donald Trump's administration could not immediately expel immigrant minors who arrive alone at the border, a policy the White House said was necessary due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Judge Emmet Sullivan of the federal district court in Washington ruled in a preliminary injunction that unaccompanied children arrested at the southern border could not be deported without due process.The ruling came as part of a lawsuit brought by rights groups on behalf of affected minors.Citing the pandemic, President Trump's administration in the spring adopted ...
Judge signs off on Jennifer Grey & Clark Gregg's divorce
A judge has signed off on the former couple's divorce, ending the Dirty Dancing star's 18-year marriage.Under the terms of the divorce agreement, obtained by The Blast, Grey and Gregg have agreed to continue joint ownership of the family home for six months, but Jennifer will have exclusive use and possession of the property.Meanwhile, the actress' Dirty Dancing and Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights residuals will be her sole and separate property and she will receive 100 per cent of all earnings of those films. She will keep her Audi Q7 lease, the family dog, Dorothy, and proceeds from her book,...
TRINIDAD-COURT-Judge to rule on motion filed by families of refugees in Syria
A High Court judge will early next year rule on a lawsuit as to whether or not more than 50 nationals living under what had been described as ‘dire conditions” in Syria.be allowed into Trinidad and Tobago.Justice Joan Charles says she will give her ruling on January 27, in the lawsuit filed by the families of a group of women and children who are seeking to return to Trinidad and Tobago.Children in Syrian camp (File Photo)Earlier this year, the children and wives of men who are suspected of fighting for Islamic State (IS), wrote to Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, urging him to consider their ...
Judge rejects Trump limits on 'Dreamer' immigration program
Washington (AFP) - A judge on Saturday rejected the White House's limitations on a program protecting 700,000 so-called "Dreamers," undocumented migrants brought to the United States as children.The federal judge in New York ruled that President Donald Trump's acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf was not lawfully serving in his role when he issued the new rules for the DACA program in July.The ruling is another victory for proponents of the Barack Obama-era program after the US Supreme Court in June rejected Trump's cancellation of it.President-elect Joe Biden, who defeated Trump in th...
Judge slashes bonds for 2 charged in plot against Michigan Gov. Whitmer
DETROIT — Two members of an alleged anti-government group charged with plotting to storm and set fire to the state Capitol or, alternatively, to kidnap Michigan’s governor both had their bonds dramatically reduced Friday by a judge in 12th District Court in Jackson.Defense attorneys for Paul Bellar, 21, of Milford and Joseph Morrison, 26, of Munith, described their clients as “weekend warriors” without criminal histories, any drug abuse problems or mental illness.Their advocates said both men may have passionately talked about their anger toward Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and other officials but ne...
The Detroit News
Court Orders Lawyer To Pay N1.8m Rent To Judge
Following his continued failure to render account of about N2 million rent he collected on the property of a Supreme Court Justice, Olukayode Ariwoola, an Oyo State High Court has ordered an Ibadan-based lawyer, Olayinka Adeniyi Okin, to pay Ariwoola N1,805,500 with 10 per cent interest from the judgment date till the final payment.In the suit marked I/1346/2020 filed by Musibau Adetunbi dated October 30, 2020, the claimant/applicant sought an order of Justice Moshud Abass of the Ring Road High Court 2, Ibadan, Oyo State, “entering summary judgment in the sum of N1,805,500.00 against the defen...
ECOWAS Court Orders Liberia To Pay Impeached Judge
Kabineh Muhammad Jan’nehThe ECOWAS Court of Justice has ordered the government of Liberia to pay Counsellor Kabineh Muhammad Jan’neh, an impeached Judge of the Supreme Court of Liberia, the sum $200, 000 as reparation for moral prejudice suffered for the violation of his rights.Delivering judgment on Tuesday, 10th November 2020 in a case filed by the Judge, the Court also ordered Republic of Liberia, to restore, calculate and pay to the Applicant all his withheld entitlements, including salaries, allowances and pensions benefits as from the date of his impeachment to the date of notification o...
Daily Guide Network
Judge Judy To Get New Show On IMDb TV
On September 16, 1996, the popular courtroom reality series Judge Judy premiered on television and starred real-life judge Judy Sheindlin. The show became a great success and continued to air on television since its debut. However, after twenty-four seasons it was revealed that Sheindlin was planning to end Judge Judy after its upcoming twenty-fifth season finishes airing all of its episodes. This came as a shock to many fans of the show, as Judge Judy had been airing on syndication since 1996. However, despite the fact that Judge Judy is ending after almost 25 years of airing on television, S...