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Opinion | John Paul Stevens: Repeal the Second Amendment - The New York Times
John Paul Stevens is a retired associate justice of the United States Supreme Court.
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24 days ago by pfhyper
Supreme Court rules immigrants can be detained indefinitely
Immigrants can be held by U.S. immigration officials indefinitely without receiving bond hearings, even if they have permanent legal status or are seeking asylum, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

In a 5-3 ruling Tuesday, with Justice Elena Kagan recusing, the court ruled that immigrants do not have the right to periodic bond hearings.
supreme_court  fascism  immigration 
7 weeks ago by oceanicbeloved
The Case for Impeaching Clarence Thomas
It’s time to reexamine the evidence that Clarence Thomas lied to get onto the Supreme Court — and to talk seriously about impeachment.
articles  politics  supreme_court 
7 weeks ago by gmisra
The Conservative Pipeline to the Supreme Court | The New Yorker
Leo has for many years been the executive vice-president of the Federalist Society, a nationwide organization of conservative lawyers, based in Washington. Leo served, in effect, as Trump’s subcontractor on the selection of Gorsuch, who was confirmed by a vote of 54–45, last week, [...]. Leo’s role in the nomination capped a period of extraordinary influence for him and for the Federalist Society. During the Administration of George W. Bush, Leo also played a crucial part in the nominations of John Roberts and Samuel Alito. Now that Gorsuch has been confirmed, Leo is responsible, to a considerable extent, for a third of the Supreme Court.
kb_society  supreme_court  constitution  newyorker 
8 weeks ago by rootis0
Can Police Track You Through Your Cellphone Without A Warrant?
Carpenter v. United States

“In this case, as in others, prosecutors argue that the Supreme Court has long viewed information shared by a consumer as fair game without a warrant. Even before the Stored Communications law was enacted, the high court ruled that you lose your Fourth Amendment right to privacy when you share information with a third party, like the phone company.”
surveillance  supreme_court  privacy  law  4th_amendment 
december 2017 by oceanicbeloved
Another Big Win: SCOTUS Just Banned Domestic Abusers From Owning Firearms
In this morning's 6-2 Supreme Court decision, the crime of reckless domestic violence and abuse is now considered a misdemeanor that justifies firearms possession restriction. What does that mean? It means closing one of the many gaping loopholes in gun control legislation and cracking down on violent domestic crime. Most importantly, it means safer homes for those most at risk: women (especially women of color), LGBTQ+ folks, and children.

 

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The Voisine v. United States decision extended the previous ruling in United States v. Castleman that declared the “firearms possession by convicted felons” illegal. So why wasn’t this a thing before?
guns  domestic_violence  supreme_court 
august 2017 by Quercki
Sisi’s Pyrrhic Victory - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, June 27, 2017
While Sisi’s regime struggled to bring the State Council fully under control, parliament issued a new law on April 26 (swiftly approved by the Sisi) that changed the selection process for heads of judicial bodies. Before, the process had been based on seniority, and the president simply ratified the appointments, whereas now each judicial body proposes three names, allowing the president to make the selection from among them. This was widely seen as a move to punish Yehia Dakroury, the judge responsible for the CAJ court order in June 2016, who was due to take over as the head of the State Council. In defiance of this new law, on May 13 the State Council nominated Dakroury as its sole candidate for council chief, rather than the three candidates as stipulated. Sisi did not confirm Dakroury’s nomination, and is instead expected to appoint Ahmed Abul Azm, a strong supporter of Sisi on the State Council. Even so, the council’s move shows that even though the judiciary is closely allied with the regime, it still has a measure of independence that it is willing to assert in certain circumstances. 
Judiciary  Saudi-Arabia  Sisi  authoritarian_regime  Egypt  Parliament  Supreme_Court 
july 2017 by elizrael

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