Are credit card surcharges violations of free speech? It’s up to the Supreme Court to decide.
Law and Justice
In light of the impressive success of the Hawaii HOPE program, which brought attention to the application of Swift-Certain-Fair (SCF) principles in community corrections, and the spread of such programs nationally, the Bureau of Justice Assistance authorized a large-scale, four-site field trial (the Demonstration Field Experiment, or DFE) to examine how well such a program would do in… Read more »
The 1994 crime bill turned crimes like carjacking into capital offenses—with expensive and discriminatory results.
Don’t ignore the federal side, but state and local issues can be just as important.
The Republican coalition is not as receptive as you might expect.
This widespread police practice is literally killing people.
At the end of the day, the will of the people matters more than the will of the Court.
How the GOP’s ever-growing split will affect the ideological makeup of SCOTUS.
A brief history of states’ rights, the Supreme Court and the origins of “the right to bear arms.”
Woody Allen’s marriage to Soon-Yi Previn wasn’t just scandalous — it should have been illegal. And that’s just one example.