SCOTUS

The Supreme Court’s New Rule Ensures Public Trust In Law Enforcement Will Further Erode

The Court’s head-in-the-sand approach to compelling evidence of police misconduct that is increasingly being documented by audio and video recordings is inevitably going to degrade the public’s view of the …

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An Insider’s Perspective On President Trump’s Transformation Of The Federal Judiciary

Mike Davis, former Chief Nominations Counsel to former Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, played a key role in the confirmation process.

Non Sequiturs: 04.28.19

* Adam Feldman poses — and answers — an interesting question: are particular justices more or less partial to certain lawyers’ or law firms’ positions? [Empirical SCOTUS] * Speaking of …

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Non Sequiturs: 04.21.19

* What’s the future of Elizabeth Prelogar, the beauty queen turned Harvard Law School grad turned Supreme Court clerk turned Team Mueller member? Not clear, except that it’s blindingly bright. …

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Non Sequiturs: 04.14.19

* “How Tough-on-Crime Prosecutors Contribute to Mass Incarceration.” My review of Emily Bazelon’s new book, Charged: The New Movement to Transform American Prosecution and End Mass Incarceration (affiliate link). [New …

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Non Sequiturs: 04.07.19

* Where does Justice Brett Kavanaugh fit along the ideological spectrum at the Supreme Court? Adam Feldman evaluates the evidence thus far. [Empirical SCOTUS] * Speaking of SCOTUS, Frank Pasquale …

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