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Legal news from Sunday, May 29, 2016
by Matthew Santiago

The US District Court for the Southern District of California ordered Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Friday to release internal documents pertaining to Trump University, the terminated education program that is currently the focus of two class action lawsuits. The suits were brought by two San Diego students who accused …

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by Matthew Santiago

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) on Friday expressed concern over the poor living conditions of several refugee camps located in northern Greece. Refugees were recently transferred to the sites of concern after being properly evacuated from the makeshift camp at Idomeni, located on the Greek border. While it was agreed that evacuation was …

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by Alonso Diaz

The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on Friday concluded that enforcement officials acted in good faith when they retained and searched copies of electronic files seized during a separate investigation that took place years before. In U.S. v. Ganias, Stavros Ganias argued against his 2011 tax-evasion conviction asserting that the Fourth …

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by Alonso Diaz

The national Israeli Police on Sunday recommended that Sara Netanyahu, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife, be indicted for improper behavior and misuse of state funds. The allegations include breach of trust, falsifying documents and receiving goods under false pretenses. Law enforcement officials asserted that they have found enough evidence to indict the …

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