"No legitimate humane system would operate in this manner," the judge concluded.
A pro-life group's model legislation hints at how extreme enforcing abortion bans could get.
Randy Cox was arrested on gun possession charges. Hours later, he was paralyzed from the chest down.
Such victims are often told they have no right to sue.
The former president's recklessness is beyond dispute, but that is not enough to convict him while respecting the First Amendment.
SCOTUS Rules That Doctors Who Write Prescriptions in Good Faith Can't Be Convicted of Drug Trafficking
The unanimous decision will rein in prosecutions that have long had a chilling effect on pain treatment.
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There’s no painless way to restrict choices for people who resist.
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Justice Breyer and others argue that gun regulations deserve special judicial deference because Second Amendment rights create risks to life. But the same is true of many other constitutional rights.
A 6–3 ruling undermines attempts to hold police accountable for misconduct.
Federal Jury Awards $59,000 in Takings Compensation to Property Owner Whose House was Severely Damaged by SWAT Team Pursuing a Suspect
The ruling authorizing the award is at odds with other federal court decisions holding that law-enforcement exercises of the "police power" are exempt from takings liability.
The Bipartisan Senate Gun Control Bill Would Unjustly Deprive Americans of Their Second Amendment Rights
The legislation prohibits firearm sales based on juvenile records and subsidizes state laws that suspend gun rights without due process.
A new directive could impose a hefty financial burden on state taxpayers and reduce community trust toward police.
Unsatisfied by the outcome of one case, the feds secured a much more severe penalty the second time around.
A federal badge will now serve as an impenetrable shield against civil liability.
Texas State Police Chief: Uvalde Was 'Abject Failure,' Police Could Have Stopped Gunman in 3 Minutes
"The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers from entering Room 111 and 112 was the on-scene commander who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children."
According to Alito, Gorsuch’s opinion “veered off into fantasy land.”
In Negotiations Over the 'Boyfriend Loophole,' Republicans Show More Concern for Due Process Than Democrats
Senators are mulling legislation that would expand the categories of people who are disqualified from owning guns.
Texas Law Enforcement Is Aggressively Fighting Public Records Requests About the Uvalde Mass Shooting
Transparency advocates say police could invoke a notorious loophole that allows them to hide records of deaths in custody and police killings.
U.S. taxpayers have been paying for training that encourages aggressive policing.
M. Chris Fabricant's new book details how flawed techniques have led to numerous wrongful convictions.
A recent pair of cases spotlights the sorry state of affairs.
They shot and killed a man they were trying to evict. Doesn’t the public have the right to know who they are?
The government should loosen laws, reduce conflict between government and the public, and let people defend themselves.