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New Haven attorney Norm Pattis is back representing Texas-based radio host Alex Jones. Pattis agreed to represent Jones, who is being sued by families of those killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting, in efforts before the U.S. Supreme Court.
New Haven attorney Norm Pattis is back in court representing right-wing radio host Alex Jones—this time on an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court—even though he had withdrawn from the case in which relatives of people killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre had sued Jones for defamation.
Jones asked Pattis to represent him in an emergency application for a stay involving discovery in the underlying defamation lawsuit. But late Thursday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice...
The publisher of Your Content—Original Media Group Corporation—intends to file a lawsuit against the city of Philadelphia after being illegally barred from covering the ballot count at the city’s convention center on Nov. 6.
Kevin Feeley—who oversees the city’s public relations—denied our reporters access due to our ‘unfavorable coverage.’
Officials are not providing any reason for their ban from the ballot coverage and virtually all...
The latest in the case of Jennifer Dulos. In his first network interview, the lead investigator reveals new details to Dennis Murphy of what happened the day the Connecticut mother disappeared.
Pattis sat down with FOX61's Ben Goldman and discussed representing Fotis as well as other high profile clients like Alex Jones.
May 22, 2020 - Fox 61
Attorney Norm Pattis broke his silence as the one year anniversary of Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance approaches. Jennifer went missing on May 24, 2019.
Pattis defended Fotis Dulos and the contentious criminal case surrounding him which resulted in Dulos taking his own life in January.
Pattis opened up about representing other high profile clients, such as Infowars Host, Alex Jones. He gave insight into what the last 12 months have been like for him representing Dulos and going...
Once a sense of normalcy returns following the coronavirus pandemic, it might be a while before you’re called for jury duty again, according to one lawyer.
Attorneys are expecting changes in the way cases are adjudicated and predict there will be less court appearances. That’s something that has already started with uncontested divorces.
“I think our conceptions of what is reasonable will change fundamentally, in ways in which we are only now beginning to...
Hollywood and the publishing world have called on Norm Pattis, after he defended the accused murderer of Jennifer Farber Dulos.
Mar 7, 2020 - Patch
Attorney Norm Pattis, who defended the late Fotis Dulos against murder and kidnapping charges, has received movie offers and book deals about the case, reports Connecticut Law Tribune.
Dulos was accused of murdering his estranged wife, Jennifer Farber Dulos, who has not been seen since May 24 of last year. He committed suicide in January, and her body has not been found.
Pattis said he did not know how many movie and book offers he has received, but added that he is not entertaining...
Connecticut authorities executed a warrant on Wednesday at the home of accused wife-killer Fotis Dulos as he remained in “dire” situation at Jacobi Medical Middle from a suicide attempt.
The search at Dulos’ Farmington mansion — the place he was discovered contained in the storage Tuesday — was performed by Connecticut State Police, although it’s unclear what they had been on the lookout for, the native police division introduced on Twitter.
Medicaid work requirements are illegal in Michigan, judge says
On Wednesday, a federal judge invalidated the work requirements for Medicaid recipients in Michigan, just weeks after a federal appeals court upheld his decision to strike down Arkansas’ requirement that recipients there must work to qualify for health insurance provided by the government. Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia previously blocked the Trump administration’s...
Jose Morales, accused of killing his girlfriend, Christine Holloway, three months ago, today opted to waive his right to a probable cause hearing
Mar 5, 2020 - Fox 61
There is still an Amber Alert in effect for missing one-year-old Ansonia girl, Vanessa Morales, who disappeared in early December. And Thursday, her father, the prime suspect in her disappearance, was in Milford Superior Court answering to murder charges, in the brutal beating death of her mother.
Jose Morales, accused of killing his girlfriend, Christine Holloway, three months ago, today opted to waive his right to a probable cause hearing.
The only other matter tended to in court...
Jose Morales turned down a chance to preview some of the state’s evidence against him Thursday when he waived his right to a probable cause hearing.
Morales is accused of murdering Christine Holloway, his girlfriend and mother of their child, Vanessa, in her Ansonia home just after Thanksgiving. Vanessa is still the subject of a nationwide Amber Alert. She has not been see in public since Nov. 29.
Her father also faces a charge of tampering with evidence in the murder case and...
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