29 Apr

The Volokh Conspiracy: Lewis v. Clarke, the Supreme Court’s decision from yesterday

How old must you be to be ‘ancient’?; The Jefferson Muzzles 2017 for ‘egregious and or ridiculous affronts to free expression’; The court decision against Trump’s sanctuary cities order is not “much ado about nothing”; Will the Supreme Court agree to hear the Fourth Amendment cell-site cases? (And should they?); Lewis v. Clarke, the Supreme Court’s decision from yesterday;
 
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How old must you be to be ‘ancient’?
If you’re a document which someone is trying to exclude under the federal hearsay rule, that is ….
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The Jefferson Muzzles 2017 for ‘egregious and or ridiculous affronts to free expression’
From the Thomas Jefferson Center (with which I’m involved as a member of the board of trustees).
The court decision against Trump’s sanctuary cities order is not “much ado about nothing”
Some commentators are trying to minimize the significance of the decision. Here’s why they’re wrong to do so.
Will the Supreme Court agree to hear the Fourth Amendment cell-site cases? (And should they?)
The Supreme Court has relisted cases on whether the Fourth Amendment protects historical cell-site records. Here are some ruminations on whether the court should take these cases now.
 
Lewis v. Clarke, the Supreme Court’s decision from yesterday
It’s about tribal sovereign immunity law, and whether such immunity can extend to tribal employees. But it’s also called Lewis v. Clarke — what other cases have similarly interesting party names?
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