Topic: Chapman University School of Law
Mark Basseley Youssef, the California man behind the inflammatory anti-Muslim film, made a court appearance Wednesday and denied having violated the terms of his probation.
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the man allegedly behind the anti-Islam YouTube video that sparked violent protests across North Africa and the Middle East, is being held while authorities determine whether he violated probation restrictions for an earlier conviction.
A California man sentenced to 25 years to life was released Monday because a judge ruled his sentence under a three-strikes law was too harsh for his crime – breaking into a church soup kitchen 13 years ago.
08/19/2010 09:50 am
Congress could deny birthright citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants, say some experts. But others believe that changing citizenship policy requires changing the 14th Amendment.
08/11/2010 06:14 pm
The Supreme Court will decide soon if Chicago's controversial handgun ban is unconstitutional. Both sides say such a decision would spur a slew of challenges to gun control laws elsewhere.
06/14/2010 06:30 pm
Does she really think a judge can't be objective?
05/27/2009 01:00 am
The president's decision not to prosecute CIA agents for torture is being criticized by right advocates.
04/19/2009 01:00 am
The tribunal to try ex-Khmer Rouge leaders needs reform, then funds.
01/15/2008 12:00 am