There is much, much less in the leaked draft than meets the eye
It was unconstitutional to charge Jenna Holm with manslaughter. But the state wanted to protect its own.
A Wall Street Journal report shows that federal judges do not always recuse when cases implicate their financial holdings.
Judges Who Violate Due Process Rights For Personal Gain Just Got a Major Pass From This Federal Court
Judge Paul Bonin profited from making defendants wear ankle monitors. The victims can't sue.
Only in extreme circumstances should a court come between a parent and their child.
A federal judge suggests that dissents from en banc denial make the courts seem too political. Others might think such dissents serve a useful purpose, including the flagging of important questions (and significant errors) for Supreme Court review.
Threatening somebody with prison for refusing a shot is no way to end a pandemic.
Programs that keep sex offenders indefinitely confined face new challenges.
Judge Threatens to Jail North Carolina Town Officials for Seizing Man's Money, Refusing To Return It
A misdemeanor marijuana charge leads to an attempt to take $17,000.
The latest from Geauga County Judge Timothy Grendell
"This is probably not about persuading each other unless something really dramatic happens," said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R–S.C.)
Noah Feldman explains why liberals should want someone like Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court
If confirmed, she would cement a strong 6-3 conservative majority.
Chief Justice Ralph Gants may be dead, but that is not stopping him from authoring opinions.
Although some of the court's judges disagree with a recent NLRB-related decision, none sought en banc review.
Further evidence the prospect of promotion may influence judicial decision-making
The Case Western Reserve Law Review has published Judge Barrett's 2019 Sumner Canary Memorial Lecture
Pundits often speak of the judiciary in terms of liberal or conservative judges issuing liberal or conservative opinions. The reality is far more complicated.
Judge Anne Marie Coyle has rejected every emergency attempt to reduce prison populations.
In which the Board of Immigration Appeals decides it can ignore appellate court rulings and is nearly held in contempt.
Justice Maureen O'Connor has intervened repeatedly in the legislative process.
Influencing when a decision is issued can affect the attention it receives.
An old argument against "flexible and changeable interpretation."
An attempt by the district attorney to drop charges against nonviolent protesters was overruled.
It's encouraging to see police stand up for inmates' rights.