165 ABA Journal Fourteenth Amendment articles.
A blogging law professor is a plaintiff in a lawsuit claiming that a New York law pressures bloggers and websites to remove hate speech that is protected by the First Amendment.
Dec 6, 2022 12:42 PM CST
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson has issued a second U.S. Supreme Court opinion that, like the first, disagrees with the court’s refusal to get involved in a death-penalty case.
Dec 2, 2022 11:28 AM CST
A federal judge in Florida has barred Florida education officials from enforcing provisions in a law that ban advancement of critical race theory by professors at public colleges and universities.
Nov 18, 2022 11:55 AM CST
The U.S. Constitution would not prevent former President Donald Trump from running for president or governing the country while in prison, according to nine legal experts.
Nov 17, 2022 9:47 AM CST
A federal appeals court has upheld a Council Bluffs, Iowa, ordinance that bans pit bulls within city limits.
Nov 14, 2022 1:17 PM CST
A federal appeals court has upheld a New Hampshire law that makes it a misdemeanor to make knowingly false statements that subject another person to “public hatred, contempt or ridicule.”
Nov 11, 2022 10:06 AM CST
Election litigation was heating up in battleground states as voters went to the polls Tuesday. Lawsuits were filed over undated absentee ballots in Pennsylvania, unmailed absentee ballots in Georgia, and plans to hand count ballots in Arizona and Nevada.
Nov 8, 2022 12:45 PM CST
Oct 31, 2022 2:55 PM CDT
A magistrate judge no longer had jurisdiction in a child-custody dispute over a 16-year-old girl after the teenager married and obtained legal emancipation, the Idaho Supreme Court has ruled. The state supreme court ruled for William Eugene Hornish Jr., who was accused of arranging a sham marriage for his daughter, so that he could deprive the court of jurisdiction and take the teen to Florida with him.
Oct 19, 2022 10:59 AM CDT
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A county in Michigan violated the takings clause when it seized title to homes to satisfy tax debts without giving the owners compensation for their homes’ value above the amount owed, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Oct 17, 2022 3:44 PM CDT
A jailhouse informant program in Orange County, California, violated the constitutional rights of criminal defendants because of jailers’ involvement, according to a long-awaited report by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Oct 17, 2022 1:31 PM CDT
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A federal appeals court ruled Friday for a Muslim inmate in Wisconsin who claimed that his religious rights were violated by strip searches conducted by a transgender prison guard.
Sep 21, 2022 3:42 PM CDT