Category: Cases

Court rejects Department of Defense policy banning transgenders in military

In Doe v. Trump, a federal court has ruled that the government “failed to show what deliberative process it undertook to decide some transgender personnel should not be allowed to serve,” according to Military Times. “In the lawsuit,… Read More

California gun owners argue computer crashes hinder assault weapon registration

Gun owners are arguing in court that they can’t comply with California’s assault weapon registration due to computer problems. Gun owner groups filed a lawsuit against California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra that “alleges that the system for registering… Read More

‘Zero tolerance’ policy on border swells federal caseloads

A Trump administration policy to criminally prosecute illegal border crossings has created a renewed backlog in the federal justice system in the Southwest. “Failures to bring new arrestees to court in a timely manner has been an issue… Read More