Published: Nov 06, 2020
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump and his allies pressed their claims Thursday that election officials have allowed ballot fraud to infect the counting process in the battleground states poised to decide the presidency, but they offered no evidence of irregularities and met with two immediate defeats in court.
Published: Nov 01, 2020
Federal judges nominated by President Donald Trump have largely ruled against efforts to loosen voting rules in the 2020 campaign amid the coronavirus pandemic and sided with Republicans seeking to enforce restrictions, underscoring Trump's impact in reshaping the judiciary.
Published: Mar 17, 2020
The Judicial Commission has approved a request by lower court judges to wear medical masks while presiding over cases to keep themselves from contracting Covid-19 that could possibly be spread by people in the courtroom, Supreme Court President Salaiket Wattanapan said on Monday (March 16).
Published: Nov 30, 2018
The Doi Suthep Forest Reclamation Network has raised funds for a prominent member facing defamation suits and insists the legal challenges will not hamper its fight against the housing estate for judges and judicial staff built on the slopes of the mountain in Chiang Mai.
Published: Jul 12, 2018
THE National Legislative Assembly (NLA) yesterday overwhelmingly approved in principle a government motion seeking salary increases for judges, public prosecutors and members of independent organisations. The NLA’s first reading voted to pass amendments to five laws regulating personnel of the relevant agencies, as proposed by the Cabinet.
Published: Apr 28, 2018
Forty environmentalist organisations will join forces to hold a mass rally in Chiang Mai downtown and a parallel “online demonstration” on Sunday morning to demand that the government demolish judges’ residences build on forested area on Doi Suthep mountain.
Published: Nov 27, 2017
Most of the five constitutional judge whose terms have expired want to quite even though they are allowed by the new organic bill to temporarily stay in office, Supoj Kaimook, a former Constitutional Court judge and writer of the bill, said on the weekend.
Published: Oct 03, 2017
The Pheu Thai Party’s legal team yesterday petitioned the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) to investigate whether Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha and his Cabinet members had violated laws by appointing two of the Supreme Court judges who had ruled in the case against ex-PM Yingluck Shinawatra to positions outside the court.