202 ABA Journal Fourteenth Amendment articles.campaign website and a plan to launch a write-in presidential candidacy has filed several lawsuits contending that former President Donald Trump is barred from running under the 14th Amendment.
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Delaware’s constitutional right to bail does not mean that it must be affordable for dangerous defendants, the state’s top court has ruled.
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Supreme Court could hear high school admissions case involving race
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday was asked to hear a Virginia high school admissions case over race. The Coalition…
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Mississippi’s lifetime ban on voting for felons convicted of some crimes serves no legitimate penological purpose and violates their rights under the Eighth Amendment, a federal appeals court has ruled.
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A federal appeals court on Saturday allowed Tennessee to enforce a law that bans gender-affirming surgeries, puberty blockers and hormones for transgender minors. But the appeals court acknowledged “we may be wrong” and expedited the appeal.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a federal appellate decision holding that a public charter school in North Carolina violated…
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Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson “has hit the ground running,” says Ralph Richard Banks, a professor at Stanford Law School and faculty director of the Stanford Center for Racial Justice. “She seems to have already found her voice, both literally in oral arguments and in her opinions.”
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