· Grandmother sues Disney after being arrested for carrying CBD oil →
Civil rights attorney Ben Crump has since filed suit against Disney, the Orlando Police Department and the Orange County Sheriff's Department on Burkhalter’s behalf, TMZ reports.
· 'If you can talk, you can breathe': Video shows police ignoring black prisoner's pleas before he dies from lack of oxygen →
The family also planned to pursue legal action against the county, the district attorney and a private medical company contracted to care for prisoners held by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.
· The Progressive Corporation (PGR) CEO Tricia Griffith on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Well, the severity and the development is really -- it has been based on similar topics that we talked about before in terms of increased medical cost in the marketplace, higher attorney rep and newer features and then our mix of business going to for-hire trucking, which is a higher severity than business auto and contractors.
· Man who died after struggle with prison guards yelled ‘I can’t breathe’, video shows →
Mike Grace, an attorney for the Neville family, said the video evoked tears.
· Congress under pressure as states lift electricity shut-off bans during coronavirus crisis →
“We can’t rely on corporate largesse to get us through this,” said Jean Su, a staff attorney at the organization.
· Former Ute Lauren McCluskey photos were shown to other officers →
The situation remains fluid as attorneys who represent Deras claim the Utah Department of Public Safety report reached the complete opposite conclusion, issuing a multiple-page statement stating that the report actually supports their client's innocence.
· Jake Paul’s neighbour reports hearing ‘mysterious loud explosions’ before FBI raid →
Paul’s attorney, Richard Schonfeld, confirmed that Paul was outside of California while his home was raided, and said: “We are still gathering information and will cooperate with the investigation.”
· Cops say investigation papers on Al Jazeera, Md Rayhan sent to AG’s chambers →
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 6 ― Police have sent the investigation papers on the controversial Al Jazeera documentary entitled Locked Up in Malaysia’s Lockdown to the Attorney General’s Chambers for further action.
· Climate crisis: World’s largest coal mine sees value slashed by £1.4bn amid surge in demand for renewables →
“This is a clear signal that Powder River Basin coal production isn't coming back and the multi-year decline that was prevalent before the pandemic will continue long after the virus is gone,” Shannon Anderson, the staff attorney for the Powder River Basin Resource Council, said in an emailed statement about the revaluation of the mine, according to S&P.
· Sally Yates blows up Republican conspiracies and falsehoods →
Former deputy attorney general Sally Yates provided as definitive an account as you are going to get regarding former national security adviser Michael Flynn, the Russia investigation and the politicization of the Justice Department during testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.