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Muhammad Ali’s son detained at airport, asked, ‘Are you Muslim?’

By The Associated Press The son of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali was detained by immigration officials at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., according to a lawyer and family friend. …read more

On Friday afternoon, at the ABA Midyear Meeting in Miami, the Law Practice Division’s Futures Initiative sat down to an agenda it had planned for three months. But it abandoned that agenda entirely after …read more

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Updated: A Justice Department lawyer told a federal judge in Virginia on Friday that more than 100,000 visas have been revoked as a result of President Donald Trump’s order temporarily banning immigrants …read more

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An undercover sting operation has led to drug charges against a lawyer who worked as an attorney adviser with the Internal Revenue Service’s Office of Professional Responsibility. …read more

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By Phil Helsel The top Democrat in the Senate called for a 60-vote threshold, while some Republicans confidently predicted victory. …read more

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By John Rieti The man who captured video of Toronto police officers using a stun gun on a pinned suspect “absolutely” had the right to record that footage, a criminal lawyer says. …read more

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Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama has criticized the current Justice Department’s approach to civil rights enforcement, indicating a big shift in policy and approach if he is confirmed as attorney general. …read more

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The Hon. Alberto R. Gonzales rose from humble beginnings in Humble, Texas, to some of the highest legal positions in the country as White House counsel and U.S. attorney general under President George W. Bush. …read more

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After months of negotiations with the U.S. Justice Department, the city of Baltimore has agreed to wide-ranging police reforms. The changes, outlined in a 227-page …read more

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The U.S. Justice Department has released guidelines for federal law enforcement on how to conduct photo arrays to ensure reliable eyewitness identifications. The Justice Department says federal agents should use “blind” or “blinded” procedures when conducting …read more

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