Jurisprudence
Jurisprudence
Jan. 29 2018 3:22 PMTrump’s Mueller Interview EndgameHe is using a negotiation as another way to discredit the investigation.
Jan. 28 2018 10:04 PMJeff Sessions Is Betraying His Own DOJHe’s playing a dangerous rhetorical game—and giving life to baseless Republican attacks on the department’s credibility.
Jan. 26 2018 12:11 PMIt’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like ConspiracyThis many people exposing themselves to perjury over Russia can’t be a coincidence.
Jan. 25 2018 6:28 PMDegrading and DemeaningThe U.S. government is illegally denying citizenship to a child because his parents are gay.
Jan. 23 2018 6:06 PMNeil Gorsuch Is a Terrible WriterThe Supreme Court justice’s prose is exhausting to read and impossible to take seriously.
Jan. 18 2018 6:29 PMAn Awful Ruling From One of Trump’s Worst Judicial AppointeesJohn K. Bush’s opinion in Peffer v. Stephens will let the police ransack almost any suspect’s home.
Jan. 17 2018 7:12 PMNew Hampshire Has Its Own Kris KobachTrump’s “election integrity” commission may have disbanded, but the Granite State’s voter fraud czar is just getting started.
Jan. 15 2018 5:50 AMThe Opioid Crisis Is Blurring the Legal Lines Between Victim and PerpetratorFellow users who provided the drugs that caused overdoses are being treated like murderers. That won’t solve the problem.
Jan. 12 2018 2:07 PMLive Free or At Least TryNew Hampshire police officers colluded with federal officers to circumvent state law. Will the state let them get away with it?
Jan. 11 2018 4:35 PMDeduct ThisHow states can undo one of the most potentially destructive elements of the Republican tax law.
Jan. 10 2018 7:49 PMHusted v. Philip Randolph InstituteOhio’s legal justification for its massive voter purge is complete gobbledygook.
Jan. 10 2018 11:30 AMSeventeen Cases of Denied InnocenceThese are just a few of the times that prosecutors have fought tooth and nail against exonerations.
Jan. 9 2018 6:20 PMThe President Is Not Fit for OfficeAll you can do about it is vote.
Jan. 8 2018 2:03 PMOprah’s Real MessageIt wasn’t about her. It was about us.
Jan. 4 2018 1:24 PMThe Libel TaxThe new law taxes people for winning defamation claims.
Jan. 29 2018 1:41 PMWhat Has the Judiciary Learned Since Kozinski?The courts have professed genuine interest in addressing their flaws. The question is whether they understand them.
Jan. 26 2018 12:21 PMWhy Trump Wanted Mueller OutHe wanted to obstruct the investigation. Duh!
Jan. 26 2018 10:36 AMCould Trump Have “Directed” Robert Mueller’s Removal?The ins and outs of firing the special counsel.
Jan. 25 2018 4:44 PMResisting the Myth of the Judicial ResistanceThere is no evidence judges have abandoned their oaths of integrity and impartiality to rule against Trump.
Jan. 19 2018 5:29 PMLawbreakersA startling new report shows how Customs and Border Protection violated court orders to enforce Trump’s first travel ban.
Jan. 18 2018 5:07 PMDon’t Fear the ClownsTrump’s most laughable judicial nominees aren’t the ones we should be worried about.
Jan. 16 2018 6:01 PMThis Is How Mass Incarceration HappensThe campaign to recall the judge who went easy on Brock Turner is well-intentioned. It’s also incredibly dangerous.
Jan. 12 2018 3:43 PMA Female Senator Figured Out One Small Way to Fight Sexual HarassmentWe still have a distance to go, of course, but it’s a meaningful start.
Jan. 11 2018 4:37 PMNot So Deep StateTrump’s FISA Tweets are the only thing less coherent than his FISA policy.
Jan. 11 2018 10:30 AMClosing TimeTrump’s anti-Muslim bigotry clarifies Guantanamo Bay’s awfulness.
Jan. 10 2018 5:19 PMNotorious for a ReasonRuth Bader Ginsburg’s sneaky attack on partisan gerrymandering is beginning to pay dividends.
Jan. 10 2018 11:30 AMThe Innocence DeniersWhen convictions are clearly wrong, these prosecutors don’t just hinder justice—they actively work against it.
Jan. 8 2018 4:43 PM“I Have Wondered if Black People Even Have Souls”These shockingly racist juror statements don’t matter to the Supreme Court’s conservatives.
Jan. 4 2018 4:32 PMUnfit for the BenchA Trump judicial nominee wrote one of the infamous Bush-era “torture memos.”
Jan. 3 2018 7:06 PMObstruction of Justice TimelineThe case against Donald Trump.

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