“Judiciary” in the news
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· Rod Rosenstein defends Mueller appointment at hearing on Russia probe →
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is testifying Wednesday before the Republican-led Senate Judiciary Committee, which is investigating the origins of the Russia investigation amid allegations of misconduct by law enforcement.
The Wall Street Journal
· Rod Rosenstein Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee Over Russia Investigation →
WASHINGTON—Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday on his handling of the Russia investigation, aspects of which have come under increasing criticism from Republicans.
· Former deputy AG Rod Rosenstein to face questions over Russia probe →
“Every application that I approved appeared to be justified based on the facts it alleged, and the FBI was supposed to be following protocols to ensure that every fact was verified,” Rosenstein will tell the Judiciary Committee, according to his prepared remarks.
· French court agrees to transfer Rwanda genocide suspect Félicien Kabuga to UN tribunal →
In a letter to the UN tribunal’s chief prosecutor, Serge Brammertz, ahead of Wednesday’s ruling, Kabuga's lawyers urged him to leave the case with France's judiciary.
· Indonesia Records Its First Honor Killing →
Rosmini’s case will be closely watched as it works through a court system that is far from perfect and the judiciary must be seen to be doing its job fairly.
· Republican-led US Senate probe to hear first testimony on Trump-Russia investigation →
The first Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in an inquiry that Trump hopes will unearth evidence of a conspiracy to undermine his candidacy and later his presidency, is set to start at 10am EDT (1400 GMT).
The Rio Times
· Argentina: Charges Against Ex-president Macri After Explosive Find in Intelligence Agency →
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentinean judiciary has opened an investigation into ex-President Mauricio Macri and five other individuals for illegal espionage.
The New York Times
· Rod Rosenstein, Key Figure in Russia Investigation, Is to Testify Today →
WASHINGTON — The former deputy attorney general Rod J. Rosenstein is expected to testify at 10 a.m. on Wednesday about his handling of the Trump-Russia investigation, as Republican allies of President Trump on the Senate Judiciary Committee seek to keep a skeptical spotlight on that matter heading into the fall’s election.
The New York Times
· Black Voters Are Coming for Trump →
There are many reasons for black voters to like Mr. Biden — his record on judicial appointments and voting rights during his long tenure on the Senate Judiciary Committee; his work on federal stimulus spending after the recession and on Obamacare; and of course his service as vice president to the nation’s first black president.
· In America, Black deaths are not a flaw in the system. They are the system →
We die because we are overrepresented where it hurts, such as poverty and prisons, and underrepresented where it helps, such as higher education, elected office, and the federal judiciary.