The judge overseeing the case of former President Donald Trump for his alleged interference in the 2020 presidential election gave him a limited gag order after a hearing on Monday.
The attorney for Jay Bryant, the third man recently charged in the 2002 murder of Jam Master Jay, has asked for a separate trial for his client. Cesar de Castro made the request due to having a heavy schedule of other hearings, also raising the possibility of the other defendants turning on his client.
Federal authorities announced that they were bringing charges against a third man for the murder of Hip-Hop icon Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC. Jay Bryant was already being held on a separate drug-related indictment, and his lawyer states that he plans to plead not guilty.
According to VladTV, on Thursday (Jan 28) a federal magistrate judge has denied Casanova's attempt to get out of jail while awaits court for charges of racketeering and drug trafficking. During the court hearing, U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Davison stated that while Casanova's defense team provided a "formidable" argument for the "Woah" rapper on $2.5 million bail, but Davison expressed that he was "concerned" about the danger to the community if Casanova was released.
It seems Kodak Black will have to do his time as it was assigned. He was recently was told good luck with that regarding his request to shave his sentence down.
Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star Arkansas Mo has been arrested after the feds accuse him of using the government business loan to pay employees, on himself.
Jay-Z now finds himself in the middle of what could become a larger legal issue involving the independent government agency, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. SEC officials subpoenaed the rapper born Shawn Carter in regards to an investigation into his connection to a company that has potential violations related to financial reporting on the federal […]
The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, a federal court which governs districts in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, has ruled that employers can ban employees from wearing the dreadlocks hairstyle. In clearer detail, the court ruled that the ban is not centered in racial discrimination.
The New York Police Department’s controversial “stop-and-frisk” policy is the centerpiece of a class-action lawsuit with lawyers alleging that cops have stopped thousands because of their race. The trial opened today at the Federal District Court in Manhattan, with all eyes on the outcome regarding the controversial tactic writes the Associated Press.
Lil Wayne’s date with fate is on the way. The date for his upcoming court case for drug and gun charges has finally been announced. He was arrested on his tour bus in January of 2008 after Arizona police discovered a loaded hand gun, marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy on board. Wayne’s been charged with one […]