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BUSINESS
March 19, 2004 | James S. Granelli, Times Staff Writer
Leaders of the House committee overseeing the Federal Communications Commission are urging the Justice Department not to appeal a lower court's reversal of telephone competition rules. The letter sent late Wednesday from the House Energy and Commerce Committee runs counter to two letters sent in the last week from leaders of the House Judiciary Committee and Senate committee overseeing the FCC, both of which asked the government to back an appeal.
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NATIONAL
January 16, 2003 | From Associated Press
Civil rights lawyers urged the Supreme Court on Wednesday to strike down a law requiring immigrants convicted of certain crimes to be locked up indefinitely -- even after serving their sentences -- until a deportation hearing is held. The case pre-dates the Sept. 11 attacks.
NEWS
March 31, 1989 | From Associated Press
A federal judge refused today to order Ronald Reagan to testify at Oliver L. North's trial, saying "nothing . . . remotely supports" the defense claim that the former President authorized illegal activities. "There has been no showing that President Reagan's appearance is necessary to assure Lt. Col. North a fair trial," U.S. District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell said in a written order.
NEWS
November 21, 1989 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Justice Department asked a federal judge Monday to grant a two-week delay before compelling former President Ronald Reagan to turn over diaries and other personal records that his former national security adviser says he needs to defend himself against charges in the Iran-Contra scandal. U.S. District Judge Harold H. Greene has taken no action on the department's request. Reagan had been subpoenaed by John M. Poindexter's attorneys to produce the records by Wednesday.
BUSINESS
November 5, 2003 | From Reuters
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that a telephone investment plan qualified as a security, warning that the agency's ability to protect investors otherwise could be harmed. The SEC is appealing a lower court's dismissal of its suit against the investment plan on the grounds that an investment contract doesn't qualify as a security if investors are promised a fixed, rather than variable, return.
NATIONAL
November 14, 2006 | From the Associated Press
The Supreme Court on Monday let stand the murder conviction of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, who is serving a prison term of at least 20 years. The justices declined, without comment, to take Skakel's appeal of his conviction in the beating death of his Greenwich, Conn., neighbor, Martha Moxley, 31 years ago when the two were teenagers. Skakel, a nephew of Ethel Kennedy, was convicted in 2002. Skakel, 46, is serving 20 years to life in prison. His lawyer, former Solicitor General Theodore B.
NATIONAL
March 6, 2003 | David G. Savage, Times Staff Writer
A Bush administration official urged the Supreme Court on Wednesday to revive a law that would require the nation's public libraries to install software filters on their computers to screen out pornography. Last year, a special federal court in Philadelphia ruled that the law violated principles of free speech and blocked it from taking effect. In Wednesday's argument before the Supreme Court, U.S. Solicitor General Theodore B.
NATIONAL
November 14, 2003 | From Reuters
A federal judge Thursday rejected a request by Jonathan Pollard, a civilian U.S. naval intelligence officer who admitted spying for Israel, to reopen his case and reconsider his 1987 sentence of life in prison. U.S. District Chief Judge Thomas Hogan said a different judge had been correct in 2001 in turning down Pollard's request for resentencing. Pollard, 49, is serving the life sentence at a federal prison in North Carolina.
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