S.M. Oliva is a writer and paralegal living in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Long delays and legal maladministration are further reason to dump capital punishment.
The war on drugs drives a greater demand for police wiretaps, which in turn erodes society's support for privacy rights.
As long as most major football schools are state universities, the question of player unionization will likely be decided on political rather than strictly legal grounds.
The Florida Supreme Court draws new attention to a systemic problem.
Could the dead rise up to ruin our political system?
Neither Martin nor Incognito are free to seek a job with another team.
The state seems ready for progressive social values melded with a dose of badly needed economic realism.
Instead of a central bank manipulating the price of money, a league tries to control the price of labor through collective bargaining.