Court feels "menaced" by a pug.
"Yes," the Minnesota Supreme Court said in 1980 -- now it's being asked to reconsider that.
It's a dissent from denial of rehearing en banc, joined by Judge Edith Jones, in a case that upheld a $350 cap for contributions to Austin City Council races.
I'm crowd-testing this draft amicus brief, which I need to be file by Wednesday, April 25. Please tell me what I'm getting wrong here!
Does the Supreme Court's decision in
Williams-Yulee v. Florida Bar (2015) -- which upheld a restriction on fundraising by a judicial candidate -- also authorize much broader bans on candidate speech?
We need to up our media literacy game, not delegate responsibility to politicians who have no idea what they're doing.
An interesting Arizona appellate decision rejecting a court's assignment of a treating therapist, and rejecting a gag order that limited parents' discussions with the child.
The Forum features a talk by the author, with commentary by me.
The retired justice wants to claw back parts of the Bill of Rights.
Spokane Valley (Wash.) resists groups' letter opposing event put on by speaker who has at times drawn unruly supporters.
The National Lawyers Guild refused to run a congratulatory advertisement submitted by an Israeli organization -- the organization is suing for discrimination in "public accommodations," and a New York court has let the case go forward.