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John Eastman sits during Harrison Floyd's hearing at the Superior Court of Fulton County

Ex-Trump Lawyer Should Lose Law License for Efforts To Overturn Election, Judge Says

The judge noted that his acts were "a departure from professional norms and are unequivocally outside the realm of protection afforded by the First Amendment."

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Settlement Reached in Lawsuit Between Disney and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Allies

It ends litigation sparked by DeSantis’ takeover of the district from Disney supporters following the company’s opposition to Florida’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay” law.

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Former U.S. President Trump holds presser after criminal case hearing on porn star hush money charges in New York

Gag Order Bars Trump From Commenting on Key Figures in Hush Money Case

The judge cited the former president’s prior comments about him and others in the case in granting a prosecution request for what it termed a “narrowly tailored” order.

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Rulings Open New Frontier for Insurrection Claims Against State, Local Officials

The move came on the heels of an expedited high-court ruling that Section 3 can’t be used against federal officials or candidates until Congress writes a law.

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Supreme Court Appears Receptive to NRA Free-Speech Lawsuit Against NY Official

The NRA says a former state official used her regulatory power to economically punish the group for its gun-rights stance in violation of the First Amendment.

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"Cowboys for Trump" New Mexico at Federal Court for sentencing for role in Capitol riot on Jan 6

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal by County Commissioner Banned for Jan. 6 Insurrection

The outcome of the case could bolster efforts to hold other state and local elected officials accountable for their involvement in the Jan. 6 attack.

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Donald Trump to testify in New York civil fraud trial

Trump’s Lawyers Fight DA’s Request for a Gag Order in His Hush-Money Criminal Case

Trump’s lawyers warned Monday that the gag order would amount to unconstitutional and unlawful prior restraint on the former president’s free speech rights.

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Supreme Court Restores Trump to Ballot, Rejecting State Attempts to Ban Him Over Capitol Attack

The outcome ends efforts in Colorado, Illinois, Maine and elsewhere to kick Trump, the front-runner for his party’s nomination, off the ballot because of his actions on Jan. 6, 2021.

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