Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson MADISON -- Republican lawmakers have recently begun voicing strong opposition to a Wisconsin Supreme Court proposal on state re-districting released almost three months ago.
Keker OXFORD, Miss. - Indicted trial lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs' defense team said Monday that it needs more time to prepare an adequate defense against accusations that Scruggs attempted to bribe a state judge.
JACKSON, Miss. - A paralegal is alleging that her time at Nutt and McAlister was more like Spring Break and that she was fired for complaining that the firm's attorneys were violating a judge's injunction in a Hurricane Katrina-related case.
McGraw CHARLESTON, W. Va. - In preparation for the 2008 election, West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw has built a campaign site that blames the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for what he perceives as misinformation about him being spread.
Missouri Supreme Court JEFFERSON CITY -- Activists in favor of maintaining the so-called Missouri Plan for selecting the state's Supreme Court say a strong majority of Missourians agree with them.
Hood NEW YORK CITY - Most politicians would leap at a chance to win back millions of dollars from attorneys under federal investigation, but Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood must pass up the chance because he hired them.
Hood JACKSON, Miss. - After its redesign, Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood's website has a different look -- both in layout and content.
Balducci NEW YORK - Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood's office says it is pretty sure it is no longer employing attorney Timothy Balducci, who recently pleaded guilty to attempting to bribe a state judge.
Scruggs BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - A federal judge from Florida will preside over the criminal contempt case against prominent Mississippi trial lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs taking place in Alabama.
Attorney at The Langston Law Firm in Booneville, Miss. Son of Joe Ray Langston, who founded The Langston Law Firm in 1964. Millsaps College; University of Mississippi School of Law (J.D. - 1983).
Scruggs OXFORD, Miss. - Allan Alexander sounded more like an airline industry spokesperson than a federal magistrate judge in one of her recent orders.
Justice Warren W. Matthews JUNEAU -- Alaskan health bureaucrats have hailed a recent Supreme Court ruling that holds store owners legally liable if their employees - even unknowingly - sell tobacco to minors.
Hood JACKSON, Miss. - Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says the only connection between his case against State Farm and the indictment of prominent trial lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs is a fictional one.
Scruggs BOONEVILLE, Miss. - The FBI was searching the office of the attorney representing indicted trial lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs on Monday.
Scruggs OXFORD, Miss. - Because his defense team is so spread out and he's facing criminal charges in more than one court, indicted Mississippi trial lawyer Richard "Dickie" Scruggs says he needs to be allowed back on board his private jet.
Starcher CHARLESTON, W. Va. - West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher apologized Thursday to the attorney to whom he recently referred as "window dressing" because of her Pakistani descent.
JACKSON, Miss. - As one of his special assistant attorneys general pleads guilty to a bribery charge and one of his largest campaign contributors prepares to defend himself against the same, Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has become uncharacteristically tight-lipped.
Scruggs OXFORD, Miss. - Three judges in Richard "Dickie" Scruggs' hometown of Oxford made the right decision when they separated themselves from the fee-dispute case that hatched a federal indictment against the prominent trial lawyer, a close follower of the events says.
Fordice OXFORD, Miss. - Ten years after the Supreme Court of Mississippi turned the Attorney General's office into a mint cranking out easy money for lucky lawyers, the luckiest one of all is dragging down the whole state.
Scruggs OXFORD, Miss. - Dickie Scruggs, acting on behalf of three million Mississippians in the 1990s, smuggled stolen documents to Congress, cheated a professor out of millions, and withheld fees from a lawyer he fired, according to the apparent victims of his actions.