The Supreme Court yesterday considered for the first time the issue of
global warming and the EPA’s role in regulating greenhouse gases. The case, Massachusetts, et al. v. EPA, brought by twelve states, three cities and several environmental groups seeks to force the EPA to regulate auto emissions.
Massachusetts Asst. Attorney General James R. Milkey is shown delivering his argument to the Justices.
In an effort to atone for past wrongs William Beebe e-mailed a woman he had date raped twenty years ago at a University of Virginia fraternity party. The victim, however, was not satisfied with an apology and took the e-mails to the police.
This sketch is from the preliminary hearing on March 24, 2006 where Beebe and the victim came face to face for the first time since they were students at UVA. The case went to the Grand Jury which indicted, and a trial date was set for November 27. Instead of going to trial Beebe entered a guilty plea earlier this week and will be sentenced March 15.
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The Supreme Court today heard arguments in two cases challenging the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003.
In July Annapolis midshipman and star quarterback Lamar Owens was aquitted of rape charges by a court-martial. Today another Naval Academy middie, and football team member, faced accusations by two women who testified at his Article 32 hearing.
Midshipman Kenny Ray Morrison, seated between his civilian and military lawyers on the right side of my sketch, listens as victim #1 is questioned by LCDR Colin Kisor, JAGC, USN.