Arizona jurist Clint Bolick targets judicial pacifism in medical marijuana case.
It's all about the Constitution.
"The President of the United States has no immunity and is 'subject to the laws' for purely private acts."
"Of all the tribunals this is the one that should stick to the rules."
"Border searches never require a warrant or probable cause."
It appears that Justice Neil Gorsuch is far from the only one who questions the wisdom of Chevron deference and other findings from a new survey of federal judges.
Whatever else the Trump Administration is (or is not) doing, it continues to announce excellent judicial nominees for federal appellate courts - while showing it's capable of working with Democratic Senators.
The Senate confirmed a record number of federal appellate court nominees in 2017.
Is the conservative legal movement going libertarian?
What the 2nd Circuit’s opinion in
U.S. v. Tigano reveals about the state of our criminal justice system
Is there a place in our system for a jury to acquit because the jurors believe the underlying law is unconstitutional?
Williamson v. Lee Optical of Oklahoma, Inc. should be overruled.
Another day, another shady land grab scheme by New York officials.
Citing Trump's "flawed legal premise," a federal court temporarily stops the administration from ending DACA.
The former California attorney general has a long history of hostility to Second Amendment rights.
The awful precedents that helped empower Attorney General Jeff Sessions
It seems some judges hold their offices for life . . . at least.
Recent focus on a few failed trial court nominations obscures impressive record of stellar nominees for appellate courts.
Oral arguments in
Carpenter v. U.S. reveal a division between two conservative justices.
Willett confirmed to a seat on the 5th Circuit by 50-47 vote.