Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who has suffered from various ailments for years, has passed away. She was 87.
Our case of the week is the only known jury trial to be held before the United States Supreme Court: State of Georgia v. Brailsford.
Our Case of the Week made headlines, carrying on recent SCOTUS story lines like Gorsuch’s veneration and “John Roberts has abandoned his oath!”
The Supreme Court released two of its five remaining decisions today; both were 7-2 and both were a victory for the religious.
Let’s discuss religious freedom in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, via another new decision fresh off the SCOTUS presses.
In a 6-3 decision authored by Neil Gorsuch, the Supreme Court rules that employment discrimination against LGBT+ people violates the Civil Rights Act.
People would be better off realizing how often a Supreme Court decision rests on a legal technicality or procedural element, as opposed to the merits of a particular position.
Em is away this week dealing with a family matter, so a good time to review two of her Case of the Week write ups, along with some current links to legal issues in the news.
Illegally obtained evidence is inadmissible in a court of law. What many may not know is that this fact is a relatively modern development in constitutional law