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LIT Opposes The Federal Judiciary Request for $8 Billion Funding and Here’s Why Congress Should Too

The Federal Judiciary has asked Congress for $8.12 billion to fund judicial branch operations for fiscal year 2022. This should be rejected.

Brownsville ISD’s Dishonest former VP Receives Sentencing Reprieve from Trump-Appointed Federal Judge

Atkinson faced conspiracy, bribery and six counts of travel act-state law bribery. A jury found Sylvia Atkinson guilty on all eight charges.

Judge Cannon’s Sure Pulled Some Similar Bank Foreclosure Cases In Short Order. Repetition Brings One Up to Speed Quickly We Assume.

New US Federal Judge Aileen M. Cannon is assigned two Bank of New York Mellon and two Deutsche Bank National Trust Company cases since 30th December and one other, a Wells Fargo Case.

Operation WhiteOut: Judicial Corruption in Federal District and Appellate Courts Exposed With Help from the Internet and Past Data

Corruption in Our Courts: What It Looks Like and Where It Is Hidden is a paper which confirms judicial bribery is a major issue in courts.

Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas v. Mousavi, Commercial Loan Foreclosure Case before Judge Hittner

The unprecedented, global COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on the hospitality industry. Borrower owns and operates a hotel in Katy, Texas , which serves as collateral for the loan at issue.

Senior U.S. Federal District Judge James Nowlin, W.D. Tex., Grateful For Amazon Driver Saving His Life

Judge James Nowlin was stuck in the snow for more than an hour after slipping and falling, fracturing his femur. He thought he may die, until an unexpected hero arrived.

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