The en banc Sixth Circuit concludes that the lawsuit seeking an injunction against Michigan's mask mandate is now moot.
The sheriff's deputies are also not entitled to qualified immunity because the First Amendment right to offend police has been repeatedly upheld.
The question of whether to stay the BIden Administration rule requiring large employers to mandate vaccinations or testing is now before the Supreme Court.
A majority of judges on the court did not vote in favor of the petitions for initial hearing en banc, so the challenge will be heard by a three-judge panel
The district court decision upholding the ATF's conclusion that bump stocks constitute unlawful "machine guns" is upheld by an equally divided court.
Whether or not term limits for state legislators are wise, they are constitutional.
A petition has been filed asking the full court to hear the legal challenges to the OSHA COVID-19 vaccinate-or-test mandate.
As a result of the multi-district litigation lottery process, all of the challenges will be heard in a single circuit.
The full court will consider the proper standard for judicial review of COVID restrictions in religious institutions.
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.