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17 Jun 2019, 8:44 am by Ruthann Robson
Halleck, a majority of the United States Supreme Court held that the actions of a private nonprofit corporation... [read post]
17 Jun 2019, 5:25 am by Andrew Hamm
United States and Virginia House of Delegates v. [read post]
19 Jun 2019, 10:38 am by SCOTUStalk
United States and Virginia House of Delegates v. [read post]
15 Oct 2018, 3:53 am by Edith Roberts
Halleck, which asks whether a private operator of a public-access TV channel is a “state actor” who can be sued for violations of the First Amendment. [read post]
18 Oct 2018, 7:04 am by John Elwood
(relisted after the October 12 conference)   United States v. [read post]
26 Feb 2019, 4:03 am by Edith Roberts
First up is United States v. [read post]
19 Jun 2019, 4:07 am by Edith Roberts
United States, in which the court reaffirmed precedent holding that prosecution of the same conduct by separate sovereigns, such as a state and the federal government, does not violate the Constitution’s double jeopardy clause. [read post]
18 Jun 2019, 4:15 am by Edith Roberts
United States, the justices voted 7-2 to reaffirm the “separate sovereigns” exception to the Constitution’s double jeopardy clause, allowing federal and state governments to prosecute a defendant for the same conduct. [read post]
27 Feb 2019, 3:57 am by Edith Roberts
Amy Howe analyzes yesterday’s argument in United States v. [read post]
21 Dec 2018, 12:55 pm by Amy Howe
Halleck (Feb. 25): Whether the private operator of a public-access television channel is a “state actor” – that is, someone who is acting on behalf of the government — who can therefore be sued for violations of the First Amendment United States v. [read post]
3 Oct 2018, 11:26 am by John Elwood
United States, 17-8746; Greer v. [read post]
24 Jun 2019, 3:55 am by Edith Roberts
United States, the court held 7-2 that to convict a defendant in U.S. illegally for violating a federal gun-possession law, prosecutors must show that defendant knew he was in the country illegally. [read post]