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Twenty-five years have passed since two justices who were unalterably opposed to the death penalty sat on the U.S. Supreme Court together.
Former White House lawyer J. Michael Farren, who was found guilty last year of attempted murder for assaulting his former wife, has been disbarred in the District of Columbia.
A black culinary-arts high school teacher who claimed he was the victim of racial discrimination when he was denied tenure had his bias claim revived June 24 by a federal appeals court.
The New Jersey Senate on June 25 approved a bill that would confer the title of "acting justice" on any Appellate Division judge who, because of a vacancy, is temporarily assigned to the state Supreme Court for a minimum of six months.