A Houston County judge is expected to rule soon on motions involving the seizure of machines and cash at Center Stage Alabama.
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MegaUpload lost a bid on Friday to see a trove of evidence held by U.S. prosecutors prior to extradition proceedings expected to begin later this year in New Zealand. The country's Court of Appeal rejected two lower court rulings from last year ordering U.S. prosecutors to share more information to support their allegation that the file-sharing service profited by...
(2 months and 22 days ago)
ASHEVILLE -- A judge voided the government's seizure of Western North Carolina properties worth millions of dollars and in his ruling chastised federal prosecutors for engaging in "absurd contortions" of forfeiture law.
(2 months and 8 days ago)
The founder of alleged piracy website Megaupload rebuffs new threat of extradition by the FBI, after the US wins an appeal point.
(2 months and 23 days ago)
New Zealand's Supreme Court on Thursday granted Megaupload leave to appeal a ruling that denied it access to evidence the U.S. government holds. The permission gives Megaupload another chance to make its case to see a wide range of evidence it contends is necessary prior to extradition hearings scheduled for August for its founder, Kim Dotcom, and three colleagues. The...
(6 days ago)
Megaupload's founder gets permission to sue the NZ intelligence agency for illegally spying on him as part of a US investigation.
(2 months and 17 days ago)
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The United States' chief prosecutor has denied that its investigation into the Megaupload file-sharing site on charges of online piracy is an example of Washington bowing to Hollywood pressure.
(13 days ago)
A judge ruled Elmwood Place speeding cameras are improper.
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U.S. soldier accused of murdering Afghan villagers appeared in a military courtroom for a hearing that focused largely on what might happen if he's convicted
(28 days ago)
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has won the right to demand the United States hand over all the evidence in its online piracy case against the internet entrepreneur, New Zealand's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday.
(6 days ago)
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