Allen Stanford was convicted of a $7 billion fraud Tuesday in federal court.
A judge dismissed the case a week later, saying, “federal court only has authority of actual cases and controversies.”
However, the law has since been blocked as unconstitutional in federal court.
“The president is obligated to enforce the law,” Carney said, but he would no longer defend it in federal court.
A recent lawsuit filed in federal court alleges that the NYPD has engaged in “an unlawful practice of religious profiling.”
Otherwise, the Commission must apply to a federal court for the issuance of a judicial writ to compel obedience to the order.
It comprises but a single tribunal, the Bundesgericht, or federal court.
The post office, the federal court, and the custom house are also possible, although they are but one story high.
The result was, I walked out of that federal court scot free.
In the meantime a federal court had ruled that her officers were guilty of piracy—a hanging offense.