The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments today in the case brought by abortion clinics and doctors to stop Texas’ restrictions on clinics that, if fully implemented, would reduce the number of clinics in Texas from 44 to less than 10. Read about the arguments and follow the case on ScotusBlog. A woman’s right to control her life is at the heart of the abortion rights debate today. Read about the 113 courageous attorneys who filed a friend of the court brief revealing their diverse medical and personal reasons for having an abortion. One in three women have had an abortion but very few speak about it. The Supreme Court’s decision is due by the end of June 2016.
December 29, 2020. Cincinnati, Ohio. After over two years on appeal, today the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals denied Cincinnati Public...
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Gerhardstein & Branch along with the Innocence Project announce Landmark Civil Rights Settlement with the City of Cincinnati for an Independent Audit of Homicide DNA Evidence
(Cincinnati, OH — September 14, 2020) The New York-based Innocence Project and Cincinnati law firm Gerhardstein & Branch have negotiated a...