George Wingate, who had pulled over on the side of the road to check an engine light, flatly refused to show his ID when a sheriff's deputy demanded it.
It's time to breathe some life back into the Privileges or Immunities Clause.
The Supreme Court nominee weighs in on a famous case.
Perhaps Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice David Wecht ought to read more history, starting with the speeches of the late Rep. John Bingham.
Two courts say COVID-19 lockdowns in Michigan and Pennsylvania were unconstitutional.
Reviewing the record of the SCOTUS shortlister.
“The Constitution sets certain lines that may not be crossed, even in an emergency.”
A federal lawsuit argues that the distinction drawn by Massachusetts is unconstitutional.
A flawed argument for judicial passivity in cases of government regulation.
It's crucial to get the constitutional text and history straight.
SCOTUS Debates Whether the Right to Trial by Jury Should Mean the Same Thing in State and Federal Court
Understanding what’s at stake in Ramos v. Louisiana.
The suit came after the school denied funding to bring Dana Loesch and Andrew Klavan to campus.
If Kavanaugh is a committed originalist, you would never know it based on his complacent behavior in Timbs v. Indiana.
Unlike Thomas and Gorsuch, Kavanaugh stayed mum on originalism in a major constitutional case.
The ACLU argues that the 40-minute detention violated the Fourth and 14th amendments.
In a case SCOTUS will hear next month, victims of Tennessee's protectionism argue that it flouts the 14th Amendment as well as the Commerce Clause.
Where does Justice Gorsuch stand on the Privileges or Immunities Clause?
The president's executive order will violate the text and history of the 14th Amendment.
Rep. Justin Amash Slams Trump's Birthright Citizenship Threat: POTUS Can't 'Amend Constitution' With Executive Order
At least one Republican congressman agrees.
Plus: Southern border will see more troops than Iraq, Syria.
Brett Kavanaugh Praises Anthony Kennedy's 'Legacy of Liberty.' Many Conservatives Won't Like the Sound of That.
"Justice Kennedy established a legacy of liberty for ourselves and our posterity."
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Significant New Case About Civil Asset Forfeiture and the Bill of Rights
The justices will hear oral arguments next term in Timbs v. Indiana.
Williamson v. Lee Optical of Oklahoma, Inc. should be overruled.
"Bikinis can convey the very type of political speech that lies at the core of the First Amendment," writes federal judge.
States like Massachusetts attempt to control how farms outside their borders operate.
Libertarian legal ideas are gaining ground.
The possible replacements include Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett.
Exemption for former police and other types of government officials in Gun-Free School Zone Act violates equal protection of the law for other licensed gun carriers, suit argues.
Revisiting a landmark First Amendment case.
The Trump administration has two openings to fill on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit.
Federal Judge Upholds Ban on Unlicensed African Hair-Braiding, Says Courts Must Show 'Great Deference' to Government Regulations
"This case illustrates the great deference that federal courts must show to government regulations," claims judge.
A decision in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin is expected soon.
The battle over state power, unwritten rights, and the 14th Amendment
The late Supreme Court justice's mixed legacy on liberty and the Constitution
Examining the role of dissenting opinions in U.S. legal history.