"New court ruling about eyewitness IDs delays murder case":
Today's edition of The Salt Lake Tribune contains an article
that begins, "Friday's Utah Supreme Court decision essentially mandating expert testimony about the pitfalls of eyewitness identification has had an immediate impact."
In coverage of that ruling, last Saturday's edition of The Salt Lake Tribune reported that "Murder conviction nixed; Ruling to allow eyewitness experts' testimony overturns guilty verdict."
And last Saturday's edition of The Deseret News reported that "High court orders new trial in S.L. murder case."
You can access last Friday's ruling of the Supreme Court of Utah at this link.
"Sex-offender case appealed to U.S. Supreme Court": This article
appears today in The Louisville Courier-Journal.
"Oklahoma Capitol to get monument; State lawmaker says Ten Commandments display could be up by summer":
The Oklahoman contains this article
"Schwarzenegger makes last plea to U.S. Supreme Court in prison case":
Howard Mintz has this article
today in The San Jose Mercury News.
"Specter looks to revive 9/11 suits against Saudis": This article
appears today in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
"Effort Begun to End Voting for Judges":
In today's edition of The New York Times, John Schwartz contains an article
that begins, "A group of judges, political officials and lawyers, led by the retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, has begun a campaign to persuade states to choose judges on the basis of merit, rather than their ability to win an election."