Judge Trina Thompson, Northern California U.S. District Court

District Court Judge Trina Thompson dismissed a free speech lawsuit brought by Yelp against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

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Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, Supreme Court of the United States

Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson questioned the attempt to exclude former President Trump from the Colorado primary ballot as an insurrectionist.

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Judge Florence Y. Pan, D.C. Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

The D.C. Circuit Court ruled that former President Trump is not immune from federal prosecution.

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Judge James Cain, Western Louisiana U.S. District Court 

U.S. District Court Judge James Cain ruled that government agencies must treat all citizens equally and not discriminate against minorities.

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Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, Northern Texas U.S. District Court

Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk ordered the CDC to quickly turn over millions of COVID vaccine injury reports made by early patients to a litigation network.

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Judge Edith Brown Clement, Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down efficiency standards saying the Department of Energy may not have legal authority to regulate water use in dishwashers and clothes washers.

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Chief Justice John Roberts, Supreme Court of the United States

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts said there are perils and potential as artificial intelligence is used in the legal realm.

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Judge Liles Burke, Northern Alabama U.S. District Court

Federal Judge Liles Burke has allowed a lawsuit challenging Alabama’s gender transition ban to proceed.

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Judge Rossie Alston, Eastern Virginia U.S. District Court

One day after issuing a temporary block of the removal of a Confederate reconciliation monument at Arlington National Cemetery, Federal District Judge Rossie Alston reversed his decision and the memorial’s removal continued.

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Judge Alison Nathan, Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals

The Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has revived a lawsuit over a Connecticut school association’s transgender sports policy.

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