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2015/07/02 00:32
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U.S. Supreme Court upholds use of controversial execution drug Trading sharp words, a deeply divided Supreme Court upheld the use of a controversial drug in lethal-injection executions Monday, even...
2015/07/02 00:32
2015/07/02 00:32
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2015/06/30 20:03
2015/06/30 20:03
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In 2010, the New York Times’ Supreme Court reporter, Adam Liptak, wrote an article entitled “Court Under Roberts Is Most Conservative in Decades.” He noted that in its first five years, Chief Justice...
2015/06/29 20:19
2015/06/29 20:19
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I am familiar with Baze v. Rees, because a small chunk of it is based on reporting I did when I was a senior writer at the New Jersey Law Journal, about the macabre technical reality of how death...
2015/06/29 16:05
2015/06/29 16:05
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By the time the majority opinion was filed last Friday in Johnson v. United States, it was hardly a surprise that the Court struck down the “residual clause” of the federal Armed Career Criminal Act...
2015/06/29 01:15
2015/06/29 01:15
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Conservative Justice Antonin Scalia argued, in his dissent of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision Friday on gay marriage, that legalizing the practice would not afford same-sex couples expanded...
2015/06/28 21:03
2015/06/28 21:03
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An email conversation about the news of the day. Dear Dahlia, Mark, Marty, Kenji, and Judge Posner: Judge Posner writes of the gay marriage case: “It is very difficult to distinguish the case from...
2015/06/28 14:13
2015/06/28 14:13
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... -- Here's a look at the life of John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States. Personal: Birth date: January 27, 1955 Birth place: Buffalo, New York Birth name: John Glover Roberts,...
2015/06/27 00:13
2015/06/27 00:13
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Conservative Justice Antonin Scalia argued, in his dissent of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision Friday on gay marriage, that legalizing the practice would not afford same-sex couples expanded...
2015/06/26 22:54
2015/06/26 22:54
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Wide-shot of courtroom as Kennedy’s announces opinion (Art Lien) It’s Friday, a rare day for Supreme Court opinions, and some have speculated that the two-year anniversary of the Court’s decision in...
2015/06/23 18:14
2015/06/23 18:14
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A board I serve on in Washington, D.C. was fortunate to meet with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia last week. Scalia is a famous jurist, admired by many for his intellect and convictions and...
2015/06/22 17:11
2015/06/22 17:11
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Another View: End lifetime terms for the Supreme Court In the third season of "House of Cards," conniving President Frank Underwood colludes with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert Jacobs on the...
2015/06/18 19:14
2015/06/18 19:14
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In the third season of "House of Cards," conniving President Frank Underwood colludes with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert Jacobs on the timing of Jacobs' retirement. Their plan: to have the justice...
2015/06/15 17:28
2015/06/15 17:28
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Should your state legislature or city council have the power to pass laws to protect children and ensure public health and safety? If your response is a common sense "yes," you need to know that there...
2015/06/12 05:29
2015/06/12 05:29
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It is important to pursue ideals that are not necessarily the most pragmatic, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 said at the University’s 268th Commencement on Tuesday. “We hear a great...
2015/06/10 16:54
2015/06/10 16:54
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May and June always bring a flurry of activity at the Supreme Court, as the Justices wrap up the Term and issue a slew of important (and sometimes controversial) decisions. In between opinion-writing,...
2015/06/08 16:54
2015/06/08 16:54
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Justice Scalia dissents in Zivotofsky (Art Lien) Today will turn out to be international affairs day at the Supreme Court. The spirit may have been set over the weekend at the Washington Opera Ball,...
2015/05/31 17:58
2015/05/31 17:58
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When Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for president last month, she did so, unremarkably, with a video released on the Internet. That choice of venue may have received little attention, but...
2015/05/29 08:57
2015/05/29 08:57
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You might have missed the news that John Paul Stevens, the retired U.S. Supreme Court justice, criticized Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton last week for her announcement that she...
2015/07/02 00:32
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