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Justice Clint Bolick dissents in Arizona v. Mixton.
Trump deserves to be remembered for what his words and actions have shown him to be.
The incoming president can bring some much-needed professional diversity to the federal bench.
Lin Wood's bizarre charges give you a sense of the advisers Trump is consulting as he continues to insist that he won the presidential election.
Is the chief justice just a politician in robes?
Angry at the Failure of His Election Challenges, Trump Calls His Own SCOTUS Nominees Cowardly and Incompetent
Trump thinks the judiciary cannot be trusted to reveal the massive fraud that he says denied him a second term.
It's time to breathe some life back into the Privileges or Immunities Clause.
Trump Must Actually Exclude Undocumented Immigrants From the Census Before He Can Be Sued for Doing That, SCOTUS Rules
The Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to Trump's plans for being "premature" until the administration actually does what it says it plans to do.
SCOTUS Declines To Let Kentucky Religious Schools Reopen Without Addressing the Constitutionality of Closing Them
The justices emphasized that K-12 schools are currently scheduled to reopen after winter break.
Don’t expand the “hot pursuit” exception to the Fourth Amendment.
A review of Richard Lazarus' chronicle of the Massachusetts v. EPA litigation in The New Atlantis.
Given the conspicuous lack of credible evidence, the president's charges can be accepted only as a matter of faith.
Conservative Judges Chose Legal Principles Over Partisanship and Trump—But We Shouldn't Take that for Granted
Conservative judges have stymied Trump in his election challenges - and many other cases where his positions went against their legal principles. But a populist/national GOP could gradually change the nature of conservative jurisprudence.
Although the president says the justices "chickened out," other courts have considered and rejected the merits of his legal arguments.
A 7-1 Supreme Court rejected Texas's claims against New Mexico
Ted Cruz's Eagerness To Fight Trump's Legal Battles Epitomizes the GOP's Complete Lack of Principles
By his own account, the Texas senator is committed to defending a dishonest, amoral, narcissistic bully.
Trump’s judicial humiliation is now complete.
With Friday's ruling from the Supreme Court, the result of this year's presidential election is clear. Joe Biden won. It is over.
The Court made the right decision and demonstrated its independence. But it may not still claims that the election was somehow stolen from Trump.
Supreme Court Unanimously Denies Texas Emergency Relief, Refuses to Grant Motion for Leave to File (Updated)
The Supreme Court, 7-2, voted to deny Texas AG Paxton's motion for leave to file its election complaint. Justices Alito and Thomas would grant Motion for Leave, but provide no other relief.
If you thought the briefing in Texas v. Pennsylvania could not get worse, you are in for a surprise.
More than 100 members of Congress signed a petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the presidential election, including several prominent members of the group founded to protect "the rule of law."
Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin Defend Their Authority to Select Presidential Electors
The four defendant states in Texas v. Pennsylvania file their briefs in opposition.
Trump's Lawyers Claim the Conspiracy To Steal the Election Is Both 'Easily Provable' and Impossible to Prove
Seeking to join a last-ditch effort to overturn Joe Biden's victory, the president's attorney says "it is not necessary...to prove that fraud occurred."
Are Some of the State Attorneys General Supporting the Texas Election Suit Getting Cold Feet? [UPDATED in Light of Ohio Filing]
17 states submitted a brief supporting Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's effort to prevent the selection of electors in four states, but only 6 joined today's motion to intervene. [Update: Meanwhile, Ohio files a brief that's worth reading.]
Conservative Lawmakers and Legal Scholars Denounce Texas Election Suit as 'a Mockery of Federalism and Separation of Powers'
The Constitution “plainly makes the appointment of electors a state-by-state matter.”
The Supreme Court issued several opinions this morning, displaying a great deal of unanimty.
Donald Trump, 17 State Attorneys General, and a bunch of Republican former office holders submit briefs to the Supreme Court.
What original principles would say about this term's big case.
The justices declined to intervene on behalf of Republicans who challenged absentee voting in Pennsylvania.
Why Rep. Mike Kelly's Challenge to Pennsylvania's Election Results Is Going Nowhere (UPDATE: It Went Nowhere)
Pennsylvania's response to Rep. Kelly's effort to invalidate Pennsylvania's election results.
Embattled Attorney General Ken Paxton is the latest to ask the Supreme Court to intervene in the 2020 Presidential election results.
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The Institute for Justice wants the Supreme Court to rule that the Fifth Amendment requires a prompt post-seizure hearing.
The Second Amendment Foundation files a flurry of lawsuits in November, with three aiming at laws restricting public carry.
Is this the Supreme Court’s next big gun rights case?
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Paul Krugman Thinks Holding Religious Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Like 'Dumping Neurotoxins Into Public Reservoirs'
The New York Times columnist misconstrues the issues at stake in the challenge to New York's restrictions on houses of worship.
Cops Who Beat and Killed an Innocent Man Are Not Entitled to Qualified Immunity, Appeals Court Rules. But the Cops Who Watched Are.
The legal doctrine provides rogue government agents cushy protections not available to the little guy.
This is one of several cases that could become moot within weeks.
Prison Guards Who Forced Naked Inmate To Sleep in Sewage and Urine Were Given Qualified Immunity. SCOTUS Disagreed.
The legal doctrine is a free pass for rampant government abuse.
The case gives SCOTUS another chance to enforce constitutional limits on disease control measures.
House Judiciary Committtee Asks Supreme Court to Delay Arguments in Case Seeking Grand Jury Materials
The prospects of a new Congress and a new Administration justifies delaying the case.