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Court rules on peremptory challenges

As long as jurors seated in a criminal case are qualified and unbiased, the Due Process Clause does not require the automatic reversal of a conviction because of a trial court’s good-faith error in denying a defendant’s peremptory challenge of ...

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‘Miranda’ warning not required for office interview

The police were not required to issue a Miranda warning when they interviewed a child pornography suspect for over two hours at his workplace, the 9th Circuit has ruled in reversing a suppression order.

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Law firm should have been allowed to withdraw

A law firm should have been allowed to withdraw from a securities fraud case after a dispute arose with the client over unpaid legal fees, the 6th Circuit has ruled in reversing the denial of a motion to withdraw.

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Borrowers have extended right to rescind mortgage

Homeowners had an extended, three-year right to rescind their mortgage because their lender failed to provide clear notice of their three-day loan cancellation rights under federal law, the 8th Circuit has ruled in reversing a summary judgment.

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