We are getting down to the final opinions of the OT13 (Sigh). Check out our update to Wood v. Moss involving a group of anti-George W. Bush protestors who were forcibly moved by the president’s Secret Service agents. A group of pro-Bush supporters across the street were not moved, hence the 1st Amendment conflict. Find the facts of the case and decision here.
It’s on our summer book list too. If it’s not on yours, or you get too busy to read it, here’s what you need to know about retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens’ recent book Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution. Continue reading
SCOTUS has kept us busy – very busy – these past two weeks. Check out our update to the 1st Amendment case involving nonsectarian prayer in public town meetings. Then say a prayer that we finish our next two posts early. The majority would support such activity. Enjoy!
Check out the update on one of this term’s 4th Amendment cases Navarette v. California. This case questioned whether or not police can search and seize evidence based on an anonymous tip from a 911 call —> Here. Enjoy!
Busy, busy week in and out of the SCOTUS! An updated post with the decision in the case about restitution for victims of child pornography is up —> Here. Check it out. Tweet it out. Let us know what you thought about the decision.