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16 Mar 2009, 8:23 am
" Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt, R-Independence, who supports the death penalty, said the vote "has the potential to be very close. [read post]
7 Jul 2020, 3:40 am by Edith Roberts
Derek Muller unpacks the decision at Excess of Democracy. [read post]
12 Jan 2022, 9:07 pm by Josh Blackman
Derek Muller posted a thread that explains some of the more important changes from prior version of the bill. [read post]
18 Jun 2013, 8:18 am by Matthew Lanahan
 Commentary comes from Derek T. [read post]
13 Nov 2014, 6:08 am by Amy Howe
  Commentary comes from Derek Muller at Excess of Democracy, who recaps the oral argument and concludes that the “case went in so many directions, it’s hard to identify how the Court might proceed. [read post]
3 Mar 2015, 3:36 am by Amy Howe
 Commentary comes from Noah Feldman of Bloomberg View, Derek Muller at Excess of Democracy, Rick Hasen at his Election Law Blog, and Michael Morley in a podcast for the Northwestern University Law Review Online. [read post]
14 Dec 2016, 4:38 am by Edith Roberts
Louis Post-Dispatch, Derek Muller dubs Judge Raymond Gruender of the U.S. [read post]
1 Mar 2018, 4:30 am by Edith Roberts
Commentary on the argument comes from Ilya Shapiro at the Cato Institute’s Cato at Liberty blog, Ruthann Robson at the Constitutional Law Prof Blog, and Derek Muller at Excess of Democracy. [read post]
25 Sep 2014, 7:15 am
At Excess of Democracy, Pepperdine law professor Derek Muller offers a less sympathetic take on the Sixth Circuit’s decision: prior to 2005, Ohio had zero days of early in-person voting; until 2014, it was 35 days; and the legislature amended that to 28 days. [read post]
8 Oct 2017, 4:56 am by SHG
As Pepperdine lawprof Derek Muller responded on the twitters, there is a claim buried in there that’s simply false, that there is no evidence that higher bar scores correlate to protecting the public from bad lawyers. [read post]
26 Jul 2012, 2:55 pm by Bridget Crawford
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7 Jul 2012, 10:16 am by Bridget Crawford
Louis University Lisa McElroy ProfLisaMcElroy Drexel Tracy McGaugh millennialprof Touro William McGeveran BillMcGev Minnesota Paul McGreal PaulMcGreal Dayton Greg McNeal gregorymcneal Pepperdine Nancy Millar lpprof Phoenix James Milles jgmilles SUNY Buffalo Derek Muller derektmuller Pepperdine Haskell Murray HaskellMurray Regent Cynthia Nance Nancecy Arkansas Ira Steven Nathenson nathenson St. [read post]
4 Oct 2017, 4:17 am by Edith Roberts
” Commentary on the argument comes from Rick Hasen at the Election Law Blog, Lisa Soronen at the National Conference of State Legislatures blog, Jessica Mason Pieklo at Rewire, Michael Bobelian at Forbes, Derek Muller at Excess of Democracy, Ruthann Robson at the Constitutional LawProfBlog, Ryan Lockman at Lock Law Blog, Edward Foley at Election Law @ Moritz, and Michael Parsons at Modern Democracy, who observes that “oral argument revealed … litigants who seem… [read post]
24 Jan 2011, 11:53 am by Orin Kerr
It was the “objective evidence” of the recording of the stop that enabled the court to find the officer’s contrary testimony to be literally unbelievable.Thanks to Derek Muller for the link. [read post]
14 May 2020, 4:04 am by Edith Roberts
At Excess of Democracy, Derek Muller offers “highlights from oral argument,” noting that “[i]t’s hard to overstate how many times the justices asked either side about limiting principles—do electors have unfettered discretion? [read post]
30 Jun 2015, 4:00 am by Amy Howe
  Commentary comes from Nathaniel Persily at the Stanford Lawyer, Rick Hasen at Slate (who also notes an error in Justice Ginsburg’s opinion for the Court at his Election Law Blog), Steven Schwinn at the Constitutional Law Prof Blog, Seth Davis at PrawfsBlawg, and Derek Muller at Excess of Democracy. [read post]
6 Mar 2018, 4:07 am by Edith Roberts
” At Excess of Democracy, Derek Muller tries to determine which recent justices “attract the most academic attention,” concluding that “Justice Scalia dwarfs all others, which was not surprising. [read post]
7 Apr 2020, 5:11 pm by Jonathan H. Adler
As for the underlying legal question in the Supreme Court case—the "Purcell Principle"—Derek Muller offers some thoughts at Excess of Democracy. [read post]