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[jurist] the new york police department [official website] (nypd) reached a new settlement [text] on monday over its surveillance of muslims after a federal judge rejected an earlier deal [jurist report] in october. the new settlement would create greater oversight of the nypd’s intelligence-gathering programs by a civilian representative. in the original rejection of the case, the judge stated that the agreement did not ensure that the nypd would be limited in how it could monitor political and religious activity....

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/nypd-reaches-new-deal-in-muslim-surveillance-lawsuit.php
[jurist] an egyptian public prosecutor announced on monday that former president hosni mubarak [bbc profile] will be released from detention in a military hospital. during a retrial this month, mubarak, who was overthrown in 2011, was cleared [jurist report] of conspiracy to murder protesters during the 2011 uprising, for which he had been sentenced to life in prison. mubarak had also been convicted [reuters report] of embezzlement, but the public prosecutor found that he had already served his sentence. according...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/egypt-prosecutor-mubarak-to-be-released-from-detention.php
nicola sturgeon, the first minister of scotland [official website], said [press release] monday that she will seek a referendum to allow scottish citizen to vote on independence from the uk ahead of the british exit from the eu [jurist report], also referred to as brexit. this would be the first referendum on independence for scotland since september 2014, when citizens voted 55-45 to remain in the uk [jurist report]. sturgeon said she will request approval from uk prime minister theresa...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/scotland-leader-calls-for-independence-referendum-ahead-of-brexit.php
[jurist] a tel aviv military court on tuesday issued an 18-month prison sentence to an israeli soldier who stirred middle eastern tensions after executing a palestinian last year. contrary to military guidelines, sgt. elor azaria, an army medic, shot [ap report] the unarmed and wounded palestinian after the man had stabbed a soldier in the city of hebron. in january a three-judge panel convicted [jurist report] azaria of manslaughter upon finding [verdict] that his intentions were not justifiable. while prosecutors...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/israel-court-sentences-soldier-for-executing-palestinian.php
[jurist] the un human rights office (ohchr) [official website] published a report [jurist report] on friday describing a plethora of human rights violations committed by the turkish government between july 2015 and december 2016. satellite imagery analysis has revealed [ohchr report] that turkey has systematically bombed over 30 southeastern towns, forcing civilians to either be killed or trapped for days in their own basements. between 335,000 and 500,000 civilians have been displaced as a result of shelling, and the destruction...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/un-reports-recent-human-rights-violations-in-southern-turkey.php
[jurist] the us supreme court [official website] on monday vacated [order, pdf] a lower court ruling in a case concerning transgender restroom policies following a move by the trump administration to rescind guidelines that school districts should allow students to use the bathroom of their choice. the court had previously set arguments in the case for march 28 but has now asked the lower court to reconsider their ruling given the administration’s revocation of guidelines [jurist report] from the us...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/supreme-court-sends-transgender-bathroom-case-back-to-lower-court.php
[jurist] the supreme court of the philippines [official website] on thursday denied an attempt from the country’s vice president to halt a protest against her election. social activist leni robredo [official twitter] was elected vice president in may over the son of the late former dictator ferdinand marcos [jurist news archive], who is commonly known as bongbong marcos. marcos organized the protest and claims that he was the rightful winner of the vice presidential election. the court, sitting as the...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/philippines-high-court-allows-protest-against-vice-president.php
[jurist] the us court of appeals for the ninth circuit [official website] on monday denied [order, pdf] a request to stay the appeal regarding president donald trump’s controversial immigration executive order [text]. the us department of justice (doj) [official website] requested [jurist report] a hold on the court proceedings until trump issues a new order on immigration. minnesota and washington opposed the request, claiming that the trump administration has stated that the standing executive order will not be rescinded, and...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/federal-appeals-court-allows-immigration-order-appeal-to-proceed.php
[jurist] the new zealand high court [official website] ruled [judgment] on monday that kim dotcom [website], the founder of content-sharing site megaupload.com, is eligible for extradition to the us on fraud offenses. dotcom and his alleged co-conspirators are facing numerous charges after us authorities seized megaupload.com in 2012 [usa today report], claiming that the site cost copyright holders at least $500 million in lost revenue. the us has sought extradition [jurist report] for years, having to disclose an unprecedented amount...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/new-zealand-high-court-rules-content-sharing-site-founder-can-be-extradited-to-us.php
the brazil federal senate [official website] on wednesday confirmed [press release, in portuguese] president michel temer’s [official profile] nominee for the vacant supreme court [official website] seat, alexandre de moraes. moraes, a 49-year-old lawyer, professor and current justice minister, was approved by a vote of 55-13 in the senate. the seat had been open since the january 20 death [jurist report] of former justice teori zavascki. zavascki was considered a reformer and had overseen anti-corruption measure operation carwash [jurist report]....

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/brazil-senate-confirms-new-supreme-court-justice.php
[jurist] the mississippi senate [official website] on thursday voted in favor [official website, bill history] of adding more ways to carry out the death penalty. house bill 638 [text], which passed [jurist report] in the mississippi house of representatives on february 8, would expand mississippi’s methods of execution to include firing squad, gas chamber and electrocution in case the courts rule lethal injection unconstitutional. the senate rejected [ap report] the firing squad option but retained the options of gas chamber...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/mississippi-senate-approves-gas-chamber-and-electrocution-as-execution-options.php
the florida supreme court [official website] ruled [order, pdf; opinion, pdf] monday that prosecutors can seek the death penalty during an ongoing case despite constitutional concerns with florida’s death penalty law. last october the state’s supreme court ruled [jurist report] that the state’s new death penalty law was unconstitutional. the us supreme court had ruled in january of last year that the state’s death penalty sentencing gave too much power to judges and therefore was unconstitutional [jurist report]. monday’s ruling...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/florida-top-court-rules-death-penalty-may-be-sought-in-pending-cases.php
eminent jurist soli sorabjee said he was distressed at justice karnan's action

http://business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/sc-issues-bailable-warrant-against-calcutta-hc-judge-c-s-karnan-117031000840_1.html
nach "17 jahren bundesgerichtshof und einigen jahren mobbing", beantragt der führende deutsche jurist seine pensionierung.

http://sueddeutsche.de/panorama/bgh-richter-thomas-fischer-der-rechthaber-hat-genug-1.3414407
[jurist] yanghee lee [official profile], the un special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in myanmar, called [press release] monday for an international investigation into the crimes against humanity allegedly committed by the myanmar government towards the rohingya muslim population. lee said, “[t]he truth about whether all, or some, or any of these allegations are correct needs to be established. there is a need for a new set of investigations which are ‘prompt, thorough, independent and impartial,’ and this...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/un-rights-expert-urges-independent-investigation-into-myanmar-violations.php
[jurist] un special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in myanmar yanghee lee [official profile] called monday for an immediate end to persecution against the rohingya muslim population after she spent four days in the country. lee said [press release], “i urge the government of myanmar to immediately cease the discrimination that the community continues to face, to act now to prevent any further serious rights violations and to conduct prompt, thorough, independent and impartial investigations into those already...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/un-expert-calls-for-myanmar-to-end-persecution-against-muslims.php
a slovenian law allowing same-sex marriage took effect friday, and the country’s first same-sex marriage will take place saturday, according to an administrator in maribor [official website, in slovenian], the city where the wedding will take place. ksenija klampfer said a lesbian couple will be the first to get married under a law passed by the slovenian government last year. the law was passed [radio-television slovenia report, in slovenian] in a 51-28 vote [jurist report] months after a referendum to...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/slovenia-law-legalizes-same-sex-marriage-but-not-adoption.php
[jurist] the us court of appeals for fifth circuit [official website] on thursday ruled [order, pdf] that texas can enforce a 2015 state law that criminalizes the harboring of illegal immigrants. texas officials had claimed the law, known as house bill 11 [materials], was primarily aimed at human traffickers and smugglers, but its critics were concerned that it would also target legal aid organizations and homeless shelters that housed and helped undocumented immigrants. the us district court for the western...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/federal-appeals-court-reinstates-texas-immigration-law.php
the us senate on wednesday voted to reverse a 2007 law [jurist report] an obama-era gun regulation that required mental health information to be shared with the national gun background check system. the bill [materials], which passed the republican controlled senate with a vote of 57-43, instructs the social security administration to cease implementation of a portion of the 2007 nics improvement act [text, pdf] that prohibited individuals from buying guns if they were unable to work due to mental...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/senate-blocks-obama-administration-measure-to-increase-background-checks.php
[jurist] john kelly [official profile], secretary for the department of homeland security (dhs) [official website], signed several memos [text, pdf] on friday detailing plans to facilitate the detention and deportation of immigrants in the us illegally. according to the guidelines, dhs hopes [wp report] to further enforce immigration laws by increasing the number of immigrants targeted for primary removal and expediting removal hearings. dhs may also hire more enforcement agents and work with local authorities to make more arrest. the...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/dhs-secretary-kerry-signs-memo-detailing-new-guidelines-for-deporting-illegal-immigrants.php
[jurist] the bangladesh parliament [official website] on monday passed revisions to the child marriage restraint act [materials], allowing girls under the age of 18 to be married under “special circumstances.” the revisions do not change [malay mail online report] the minimum marriage age requirements set in 1929. instead, they designate a committee of local officials to review individual cases of underage marriage and determine whether they may be approved by the court. according to officials, the new law gives pregnant...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/bangladesh-passes-law-allowing-some-child-marriages.php
[jurist] a new law passed on monday by cambodia’s parliament gives the supreme court the power to dissolve any political parties it finds unconstitutional. this law is seen [afp report] as an attempt by cambodian premier hun sen [bbc profile] to crack down on rival political parties before the 2018 election. phil robertson [official bio], the deputy director of human rights watch [advocacy website] asia division said in a statement [text], “the passage of these amendments marks the final consolidation...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/cambodia-approves-law-allowing-judges-to-dissolve-political-parties.php
[jurist] john f. kelly [official profile], secretary for the department of homeland security (dhs) [official website], signed several memos [text, pdf] on friday detailing plans to facilitate the detention and deportation of illegal immigrants in the us. according to the guidelines, the dhs hopes [wp report] to further enforce immigration laws by increasing the number of immigrants targeted for primary removal and expediting removal hearings. the dhs may also hire more enforcement agents and work with local authorities to make...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/dhs-secretary-kerry-signs-memo-detailing-new-guidelines-for-deporting-illegal-immigrants.php
[jurist] a portuguese court ordered the extradition of former us central intelligence agency (cia) [official website] operative sabrina de sousa to italy tuesday for a four-year prison sentence. de sousa had been convicted in absentia along with 26 other americans for the kidnapping of soama moustafa hassan nasr from milan in 2003. the abduction took place as part of the us rendition program implemented by the bush administration after the september 11, 2001 terror attacks. under this program, suspected terrorists...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/portugal-court-orders-extradition-of-ex-cia-agent-to-italy.php
a volkswagen (vw) [corporate website] executive pleaded not guilty in the wake of vw’s emissions scandal. oliver schmidt, the former general manager of vw’s environmental and engineering office, was arrested in miami last month and charged [jurist report] with conspiracy to defraud the us, alleged violations of the clean air act and wire fraud in the us district court for the eastern district of michigan [official website]. schmidt has been charged with 11 counts and could face a combined maximum...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/vw-executive-pleads-not-guilty-to-emission-scandal-charges.php
[jurist] iraqi prime minister haider al-abadi announced on sunday that iraqi forces, backed by the us, have begun their offensive push into the western sector of the city of mosul, currently occupied by the islamic state (is). is forces have been confined [reuters report] to the region since last year’s offensive that forced the is to abandon the eastern sector. an estimated 650,000 civilians still reside in is-controlled mosul. the is reportedly had about 6,000 troops in mosul before the...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/iraq-pm-announces-start-of-effort-to-to-retake-rest-of-mosul-from-islamic-state.php
the trump administration on wednesday revoked [letter, pdf] the obama-era guidelines [press release] regarding transgender students. the previous guidelines were a joint effort by the us department of justice (doj) and department of education (doe) [official websites] that required federally funded schools to treat gender identity as a student’s sex for purposes of title ix [doe materials]. a federal district court had granted an injunction against the guidelines, and the doj had filed but later withdrew an appeal [jurist report]....

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/trump-administration-revokes-public-school-transgender-bathroom-guidelines.php
[jurist] the eu said [report, pdf] monday that moldova needs to do more to encourage an independent judiciary and investigate bank fraud in a released monday. the report follows the eu-moldova association agreement [text, pdf], which fully entered force in july and aims to strengthen the political and economic integration of moldova and the eu. according to the joint report, moldova has adopted a number of reforms to encourage an independent judiciary. however, further reforms are needed due to continued...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/eu-moldova-needs-to-improve-judiciary-and-business-environment.php
[jurist] egypt’s court of cassation [official website, in arabic], the nation’s highest court, on monday upheld the death penalty for 10 men involved in the port said stadium riot [nyt report] in which more than 70 individuals were killed after a soccer game in 2012. supporters of the winning team had stormed the field, stabbing fans of the rival team and causing many to be trampled as they tried to escape. the defendants were charged [reuters report] with murder and...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/egypt-court-upholds-death-penalty-for-soccer-rioters.php
[jurist] the european court of justice (ecj) [official website] ruled [judgment; press release, pdf] on tuesday that eu companies, under permitted conditions, may ban employees from displaying political or religious symbols, including islamic headscarves. in a related case, the ecj determined [judgment] that belgium security company g4s [corporate website], which dismissed a muslim receptionist for wearing a hijab, was not discriminatory and properly applied a broad dress code to maintain a politically and religiously neutral work environment. the ecj stated...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/eu-top-court-employers-may-ban-headscarves-in-workplace.php
[jurist] us president donald trump signed a new immigration executive order monday, which contains several departures from the original january executive order [text]. notably, iraqi citizens are no longer ineligible to receive new visas. the order also sets out classes of people eligible to apply for case-by-case waivers to the order, including those who were previously admitted to the us for “a continuous period of work, study, or other long-term activity,” those with “significant business or professional obligations” and those...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/trump-signs-new-immigration-executive-order.php
[jurist] human rights watch (hrw) [advocacy website] said friday that the israeli government denied [press release] a work permit to researcher omar shakir, citing anti-israel bias from the organization. according to a translation of the letter sent from israel’s interior ministry, the letter said [hrw translation, pdf] “the opinion received from the ministry of foreign affairs noted that, for some time now, this organization’s public activities and reports have engaged in politics in the service of palestinian propaganda, while falsely...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/israel-denies-visa-to-hrw-researcher.php
the un special rapporteur on the right to privacy [official website], joseph cannataci, presented a report [text, doc] to the human rights council [official website] on wednesday condemning modern-day surveillance legislation and expressing grave concerns regarding the threat to privacy rights in the digital age [jurist backgrounder]. cannataci particularly directed attention to legislation in the us, uk, france and germany, stating that “[t]here is little or no evidence to persuade me of either the efficacy or the proportionality of some...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/un-rights-expert-condemns-modern-day-surveillance-laws.php
[jurist] the un working group on enforced or involuntary disappearances [official website] urged [press release] bangladesh on friday to end enforced disappearances. the working group says that the number of enforced disappearances in bangladesh has risen from a few cases to around 40 in the past few years. many of the cases involve political opponents, including three men who disappeared last august. the working group said, “enforced disappearance is a heinous crime and an offence to human dignity and no...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/un-to-bangladesh-end-enforced-disappearances.php
[jurist] the eu parliament [official website] adopted a resolution [pdf] on thursday directing the eu commission [official website] to take measures to temporarily reintroduce visa requirements for us and other nationals whose countries still do not grant visa-free access to nationals of five eu countries—bulgaria, croatia, cyprus, poland and romania. the parliament wants [press release] the commission to set a one-year suspension for the us within two months. the parliament has particularly taken issue with the fact that there is...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/eu-parliament-passes-vote-to-require-visas-for-us-citizens.php
[jurist] human rights watch (hrw) [official website] on saturday issued a call to philippine authorities [hrw report] to drop political charges against senator leila de lima, who has spoken against president rodrigo duterte’s war on drugs. the charges brought against de lima, as well as her driver and several unnamed individuals, are for violation of section 5 of the dangerous drugs act, which prohibits the “sale, trading, administration, dispensation, delivery, distribution and transportation of illegal drugs.” if de lima were...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/hrw-philippines-authorities-must-drop-political-charges-against-duterte-critic.php
[jurist] a three-judge panel of the us district court for the western district of texas [official website] ruled [opinion, pdf] friday that the boundaries of three voting districts violated the voting rights act and the equal protection clause of the us constitution [texts]. the court held that the districts were intentionally drawn to either splitting latino communities into different districts or concentrating minority communities into single areas to minimize the impact of their votes. the court concluded that in the...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/federal-judges-texas-guilty-of-illegally-drawing-voting-districts.php
[jurist] the us house of representatives [official website] voted in favor of a bill [materials] that would overturn the obama administration’s rule prohibiting [text] states from denying federal funding to planned parenthood [advocacy website]. the bill passed in the house with a vote of 2300188. this legislation is viewed as the first step [wsj report] in the process of defunding planned parenthood. the bill will now travel to the republican-majority senate for a vote. there have been many attempts through...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/house-republicans-move-towards-defunding-planned-parenthood.php
[jurist] a judge for us district court for the northern district of iowa [official website] on thursday sentenced a man who lied about his participation in the rwandan genocide to 15 years imprisonment followed by deportation. gervais ngombwa [case materials] was convicted [north iowa today report] on charges of immigration fraud, with the prosecution asserting that ngombwa was a participant in the genocide and a leader in an extremist hutu party that actively killed minority tutsis. he is also under...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/us-judge-sentences-rwandan-who-lied-about-participation-in-genocide.php
[jurist] the us supreme court [official website] on tuesday declined to review [docket, pdf] a lethal injection case from alabama, over the dissent of justices sonia sotomayor and stephen breyer. the appeal was filed by inmate tommy arthur, who was challenging the method of his execution [ap report], claiming that it was difficult for inmates to effectively challenge the method of execution as they were required to identify an alternative and state accepted method as well as a plan for...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/supreme-court-denies-review-in-lethal-injection-case.php
[jurist] the european court of justice (ecj) [official website] ruled [judgment] tuesday that countries are not required to issue visas to refugees on humanitarian grounds even if they are facing torture or inhumane treatment. the case arose surrounding a syrian family seeking asylum in belgium. the court stated that while states may choose to grant asylum under their own national law, “[m]ember states are not required, under eu law, to grant a humanitarian visa to persons who wish to enter...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/eu-top-court-nations-do-not-have-to-issue-humanitarian-visas.php
[jurist] the supreme prosecutors’ office of the republic of korea [official website] on tuesday announced plans to question ousted president park geun-hye about her involvement in the corruption scandal that led to her removal as the nation’s leader. while park maintains her innocence, the prosecutors’ office has indicated [al jazeera report] that they will make a final decision on whether they would question her on wednesday. if a questioning is to take place, it is also unclear whether it will...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/south-korea-prosecutors-to-question-ousted-president-in-corruption-scandal.php
[jurist] massachusetts attorney general maura healey [official profile] declared on thursday that massachusetts will be joining fellow states in suing president donald trump to block his new travel ban executed on monday. trump’s new executive order [text] has removed iraq from the former list of travel-restricted countries and suspended the refugee program for 120 days. healey stated [boston report] that the second ban, despite such changes, remains discriminatory and unconstitutional. massachusetts will join washington, hawaii, oregon, and new york in...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/massachusetts-to-join-lawsuit-against-revised-travel-ban.php
[jurist] the people’s democratic party (hdp) [party website] of turkey filed an application [statement] monday asking the european court of human rights (echr) [official website] to address the continuous and allegedly unlawful imprisonment of the party’s co-chairs. thirteen hdp politicians have been arrested [al jazeera report] since november, and 10 of them still await trial. the hdp declared that these allegedly systematic arrests “constitute a violation of the right to freedom and security, freedom of speech and the right to...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/02/turkish-political-party-asks-europe-rights-court-to-investigate-arrest-of-leaders.php
[jurist] ikponwosa ero [official profile], the un’s first independent expert on the enjoyment of human rights by persons with albinism [official website], called friday for the “enhanced oversight” [press release] of traditional healers to ensure that they do not use the body parts of people with albinism in rituals. according to the report, 600 people with albinism have been attacked in 27 different countries because some healers believe their body parts will bring wealth and good luck. ero said, “the...

http://jurist.org/paperchase/2017/03/un-expert-calls-for-monitoring-of-traditional-healers-to-protect-people-with-albinism.php
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