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Privacy Is Still a Victim When Rape Cases Hit the Justice System

Things were supposed to be different this time, Brooke thought in disbelief as the police officer demanded that she hand over every scrap of data…

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Privacy Is Still a Victim When Rape Cases Hit the Justice System

Things were supposed to be different this time, Brooke thought in disbelief as the police officer demanded that she hand over every scrap of data…

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Hong Kong Protester Faces City’s First Security Law Trial

Mr. Tong’s lawyers are expected to argue, as have many protesters, that the phrase represents a desire to reclaim Hong Kong’s unique identity from the…

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The Power of Money: How Autocrats Use London to Strike Foes Worldwide

Many English lawyers and judges maintain that freezing orders are essential to restrict fraudsters, and defend the openness of their courts to lawsuits and evidence…

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Senate Confirms First Biden Judges, Beginning Push to Rebalance Courts

WASHINGTON — The Senate confirmed President Biden’s first two judicial nominees on Tuesday with modest Republican support, touching off a liberal sprint to fill scores…

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