The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, in a 3-2 decision on a suit filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights, said it may review final decisions in court-martial cases but does not have the authority to rule on public access to the proceedings against Bradley, who is charged with providing classified information to WikiLeaks.
What started as a simple records request by a handful of parents has blossomed into an unprecedented legal matter that challenges the integrity of an entire school district, and perhaps even the state’s education department.
Never take no for an answer was a key theme during a panel discussion March 27 at Quinnipiac University focusing on the use of the Connecticut FOI Act.
By Rosanna Cavanagh, executive director, NEFAC Suffolk Law School’s NEFAC chapter hosted a panel discussion as part of NEFAC’s observance of Sunshine Week entitled, The Donation Heard Around the World: Citizens United and Its Effects on the 2012 Presidential Election. The panelists included Jeff Clements, author of “Corporations Are Not People,” Pam Wilmot, executive director of [...]