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# us-court - Friday 6 December, 2019

Harvey Weinstein prosecutors call for higher bail, saying he could try to flee the country

The disgraced Hollywood mogul appeared in court for a hearing on his bail conditions today.

# us-court - Saturday 23 March, 2019

Dublin man extradited to the US to face child pornography charges

Eric Eoin Marques will appear in court in the US on Monday.

# us-court - Wednesday 15 March, 2017

Marine convicted of murdering defenceless Taliban fighter has sentence reduced

Blackman was filmed murdering the injured fighter (and paraphrasing Shakespeare’s Hamlet) in footage captured by a camera on a soldier’s helmet.

# us-court - Saturday 25 August, 2012

Samsung to appeal after US court orders $1bn payment to Apple

The court decision could have major repercussions for the smartphone and tablet market after Samsung was found to have illegally copied some Apple devices.

# us-court - Friday 24 February, 2012

Man given choice of posting apology on Facebook - or spending 60 days in jail

Court ruling came after man posted comments about his estranged wife on the social network.

# us-court - Friday 19 August, 2011

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The Daily Fix: Friday

Catch up on the day’s big news – as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…

# us-court - Wednesday 23 March, 2011

Google library project blocked by US court

New York court says the deal would have given Google an unfair competitive advantage.

# us-court - Friday 23 July, 2010

A US TEENAGER who evaded the FBI for over two years has appeared in a US court after finally being captured in the Bahamas earlier this month, AP reports.

Colton Harris-Moore, 18, from Camano Island, Washington, is considered a modern-day Jesse James by some of his 28,583 Facebook fans.

He is suspected in up to 80 crimes, including the theft of four small aircraft, a boat, a car and dozens of burglaries around the north-west coast of the US and Canada.

His preference for allegedly carrying out his crimes in bare feet earned him the nickname the Barefoot Bandit.

His lawyer described him as a likeable but immature kid, while Harris-Moore described himself as no hero, and nobody’s role model.

Harris-Moore was arrested after a speed boat chase in the Bahamas. He had crash landed there in a stolen plane on 11 July:


After his capture by Bahamian authorities, Harris-Moore pleaded guilty to entering the country illegally and was returned to the US to face multiple charges for burglary.

He has been refused bail pending his trial after prosecutors argued he posed an “extreme” flight risk.