A peaceful march in Graham, N.C. met by police violence, and a Supreme Court ruling underscore the threats to the right to peacefully assemble.
Law and Justice
Election-related cases are on the Supreme Court’s docket and that’s before Nov. 3.
With the Comey Barret vote, Republicans complete their hostile takeover of the Supreme Court
The soon-to-be Supreme Court Justice has a more interesting record on prisons, prosecutors and a slew of justice issues than you might think.
The high court nominee was particularly evasive about a landmark contraceptive case.
At Day Two of her hearings, the Supreme Court nominee was visibly wrestling with legal and ethical questions about recusal.
Instead, Democrats stuck to a quotidian but reality-based argument about how Trump’s nominee would scrap the Affordable Care Act.
In response to the pandemic, prison officials are already reducing inmate populations. Why let a crisis go to waste?
White-collar crime has real victims. Expanding a Civil War-era law aimed at profiteers would help citizens fight back.
The Supreme Court is political, divided, and not the honest referee the Chief Justice promised. Harold Pinter would recognize this play.