Kansas “will not wholly exonerate a defendant on the ground that his illness prevented him from recognizing his criminal act as morally wrong.”
These Churches Refuse To Close Over COVID-19. Does the Constitution Protect Their Right To Remain Open?
Religious liberty, public health, and the police powers of the states
Weighing the state and local response to COVID-19
In November, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Kansas v. Glover.
It's probably true that there is no magic ratio of legislators to constituents. Still, do Californians need more representation?
Who will rein in the ever-expanding administrative state?
Remnants of Prohibition-era policies continue to frustrate brewers.
A change in Tennessee’s definition of a firearm allows for felons to own a gun provided it was manufactured before 1899.
Parents in Canada seek damages and refunds for their children's in-game purchases.
Jim Ficken was fined $29,000 for violations of his town's tall grass ordinance.
This is bending the Lanham Act until it nearly breaks
The civil liberties giant defends a law professor who took on Harvey Weinstein as a client.
If Kavanaugh is a committed originalist, you would never know it based on his complacent behavior in Timbs v. Indiana.
Episode 4 of Free Speech Rules, starring UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh
Episode 3 of Free Speech Rules, starring UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh
A Southern officeholder gains little from pushing for a right to post-delivery abortion.
The former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York unconvincingly channels Atticus Finch in his legal memoir.
Q&A with the co-founder of Institute for Justice about immigration, his legal philosophy, his battles with Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and that tattoo.
A win for private property rights, and a defeat for proponents of eminent domain.
Episode 2 of Free Speech Rules by UCLA Law Professor Eugene Volokh
Trump has exhibited a "flagrant disregard of fundamental separation of powers principles engrained in the United States Constitution," the suit reads.
A case to watch for both criminal justice reformers and for critics of executive overreach.
James Fields' defense team reportedly plans to argue self-defense.
Cases in which a majority of the Court fell down on the job.
The case, which pits Trump against the network he loves to criticize, has raised First Amendment concerns.
The ruling is a major win for Backpage founders James Larkin and Michael Lacey, as well as a strike against government overreach.
Allen Turner didn't know his business was illegal until it was too late.
It sure beats endless battles over who gets to stuff their preferred governance down the throats of the vanquished.
DoNotPay is launching a "denial of service attack on the legal system to make it better."
Of course, Gorsuch had his share of clashes with the liberal bloc too.
The idea that "free speech is a conservative value and censorship is a liberal value" is "historically completely illiterate."