In dissent from denial of en banc rehearing, Judge Griffin notes the recent history of Supreme Court reversals of Sixth Circuit habeas decisions.
In two slightly different line-ups, the en banc court denied two habeas claims 9-7.
Judge Thapar writes separately to note such requirements remain vulnerable under existing precedent.
A divided panel grants a preliminary injunction against privileging relief applications based on the race or sex of the applicant.
The Sixth Circuit made quick work of a district court opinion concluding Ohio lacked standing to sue for overdue Census data.
A senior judge assails U.S. immigration policy and prompts a sharp response.
Sixth Circuit Grants Habeas Petition for Lower's Court's Objectively Unreasonable Application of the Confrontation Clause
A liberal result (granting a criminal defendant's habeas petition) from a quite conservative judge (John Bush).
Today's grant of certiorari in Brown v. Davenport suggests we will see yet another Supreme Court reversal of a Sixth Circuit grant of a habeas petition.
This morning's summary reversal of a habeas petition grant in Mays v. Hines.