Election Law

Civil Procedure

GOP lawmakers outside challenged congressional district have no standing in appeal, SCOTUS says

Election Law

Federal judge orders Kansas to register to vote about 18,000 people who lacked citizenship proof

Judiciary

Judicial candidate may be excluded from ballot because of a 20 cent shortage

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: Should SCOTUS have turned down these election law cases?

National Pulse

States seek to stop voters from posting ballot selfies

Trials & Litigation

Baltimore judge holds election hearing on sidewalk and in parking garage, due to courthouse fire

Election Law

Federal judge upholds North Carolina voter ID law

Election Law

Relying on executive power, Virginia governor restores voting rights for more than 200,000 felons

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court upholds Arizona redistricting in challenge to population variations among districts

White-Collar Crime

Longtime former DA faces federal corruption trial, accused of misusing campaign money

Trademark Law

Demand letter claims ‘Bernie is my comrade’ T-shirt is a trademark violation

Constitutional Law

Texas suit challenging Ted Cruz’s eligibility for presidency tossed by judge

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court rejects challenge to use of total population in drawing legislative district lines

First Amendment

Appeals court strikes down Ohio laws banning political lies

U.S. Supreme Court

How Scalia’s death could affect pending high-profile cases

Judiciary

9th Circuit upholds Arizona’s restrictions on judicial campaign activities

Election Law

3 sitting judges can run for election rather than retention, hearing officer rules

Constitutional Law

Texas lawyer files suit to see if Ted Cruz is a ‘natural born citizen’ qualified to be president

Judiciary

Louisiana justice sues colleagues for requiring his recusal

Election Law

California supreme court approves advisory ballot measure questioning Citizens United decision