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Fraudster Who Targeted Ex-FBI Chief Gets Chance for New Sentence

A Jamaican man who pleaded guilty to extortion after being recorded by one of his victims, a former FBI director, won the chance to argue that he received ineffective assistance of counsel on several aspects of his sentencing, the D.C. Circuit ruled Friday.

Michigan Justices Strengthen GOP Election Law Overhaul Strategy

A Michigan Republican strategy to evade Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s veto and rewrite state voting laws got a boost from the Michigan Supreme Court on Friday in a ruling that could stop Democratic election officials from stalling GOP petitions in the future.

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‘I’m Not a Cat’ Takeaways: 5 Virtual Court Tips from Judges

In the wake of lawyer cat, judges from across the country share advice lawyers must know to ace their virtual court appearances.

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