Constitutional Law

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First Amendment

Deputy PD refuses judge’s request to remove Black Lives Matter pin; her boss supports her

Constitutional Law

Divided 4th Circuit upholds constitutionality of lawmaker-led prayer at county meetings

Constitutional Law

Arizona Supreme Court decision on intent makes child diapering a potential crime, dissent argues

Constitutional Law

Divided 6th Circuit says gun ban for the involuntarily committed could violate 2nd Amendment

Health Law

Louisiana can’t withhold Medicaid funds from Planned Parenthood, 5th Circuit rules

Education Law

Detroit students are being deprived of their constitutional right to literacy, says federal lawsuit

First Amendment

Avvo has First Amendment right to publish lawyer listings, Chicago federal court rules

Science & Technology Law

Police in Florida and other states are building up private DNA databases

U.S. Supreme Court

Backpage.com must give documents to Senate panel, SCOTUS says

Evidence

Government hacking in child porn case was a search, but evidence won’t be suppressed, says judge

U.S. Supreme Court

Straight-ticket voting will be allowed in Michigan after SCOTUS denies stay

Criminal Justice

Man shouldn’t have been charged with hate crime for yelling slurs at cops, police department says

U.S. Supreme Court

Chief justice blocks congressional subpoena of Backpage; website claims First Amendment harms

Supreme Court Nominations

Harry Reid has a plan to force action on Garland nomination; lawsuit has the same goal

Death Penalty

Missouri must reveal suppliers of lethal injection drug, 8th Circuit says

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court has pushed back arguments in these cases

Trials and Litigation

Prohibiting firearm possession for medical marijuana users is reasonable, says 9th Circuit

Election Law

Suits seek to block Arkansas referendum that would cap attorney fees and damages in medical cases

Court Security

Texas AG sues county that banned guns at building with courthouse, county offices

U.S. Supreme Court

North Carolina’s request to use strict voting law fails in SCOTUS tie vote
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