Constitutional Law

Attorney General

Baltimore mayor seeks Justice Department probe of police practices in her city

Constitutional Law

US Supreme Court declines appeal from inmate denied gender-change surgery

First Amendment

Singing in the post office isn’t a constitutional right, 11th Circuit rules in pro se appeal

Privacy Law

Cops’ use of cellphone location records didn’t violate Fourth Amendment, en banc court says

Constitutional Law

John Paul Stevens says some held at Gitmo should get reparations from US government

Constitutional Law

Flag desecration case nixed against man who wrote AIM on US stars and stripes

U.S. Supreme Court

Defendant in pending SCOTUS case over Facebook threats is arrested in alleged domestic incident

Constitutional Law

Ex-aide takes plea, 2 more allies of NJ gov face charges in ‘Bridgegate’ traffic-jam case

Privacy Law

Justice Department to review federal use of stingray devices

Criminal Justice

Cops kill two gunmen at ‘draw Muhammad’ event sponsored by group in ‘killing Jews’ ad case

Appellate Practice

Lawyer’s ‘tale of apparent injustice’ in appeals brief falls short of argument, 10th Circuit says

Bar Associations

In Law Day activities, citizens serve and learn while leaders remember Magna Carta

Legal Technology

ACLU app allows Californians to record and preserve videos of police civil-rights violations

Constitutional Law

9th Circuit OKs city’s ban on holiday displays, says ‘heckler’s veto’ doctrine doesn’t apply

Your ABA

Cincinnati lawyer works to ensure equal rights, treatment for American Muslims

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS justices are ‘unusually antagonistic’ in arguments on lethal injection drug

Labor & Employment

Rapped for photo taken with Snoop Dogg, state trooper files whistleblower suit against department

Government Law

Lawyer’s plan to display cardboard cut-out if prosecutor skips race-relations meeting draws fire

Public Defenders

Public defender asks private lawyers to help represent hundreds arrested in Baltimore

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court arguments, delivered in 3-minute increments and a 36-minute ‘super cuts’ audio