An overwhelming majority of Texas House members voted on Saturday to impeach the state’s Republican attorney general, Ken Paxton, on bribery and corruption allegations, including that he gave special treatment to a campaign donor who helped him remodel his house.
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In this case, the owner of a competing hotel, South Bethlehem Associates, LP, challenged the Bethlehem Township Pennsylvania Zoning Board’s decision
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The top government attorney of a South Miami-Dade suburb threatened this week to sue a political activist for accusing him on Twitter of lying — using official Palmetto Bay letterhead and a police officer to deliver the message.
A 2015 law that appears poised to cut Michigan’s 4.25% state income tax would only keep that cut in place for one year, according to an advisory opinion published by Attorney General Dana Nessel Tuesday.
The law, passed by Republicans
The Manhattan grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump over a payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels will hear from an additional witness on Monday, attorney and longtime Trump ally Bob Costello, sources familiar with the matter told ABC
Chicago US Attorney John Lausch formally announced his resignation Wednesday, weeks after news of his departure was first made public.
“It has been the privilege of a lifetime to lead the US Attorney’s Office in Chicago,” Lausch said in a
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The Massachusetts case decided in August considered the City of Nantucket’s zoning definitions for “hot tub/spa” and “swimming pool”. Specifically, the zoning code defines a “hot tub/spa” as a structure with a
A former prosecutor who’s planning to release a book about the criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump he led for nearly a year was warned Monday to expect a lawsuit.
Former Manhattan Special Assistant District Attorney Mark Pomerantz concluded
The New York legal professional basic’s workplace mentioned it’s “trying into plenty of points” surrounding Rep.-elect George Santos, who was the topic of a bombshell New York Occasions investigation that questions whether or not the incoming Republican lawmaker fabricated a