Illustrating mistakes that opponents of the death penalty commonly make.
By embracing judicial partisanship, Sotomayor and Ginsburg have cast themselves as the most political justices in the Court’s recent history.
I am very surprised to learn that Justice Sotomayor somehow saw fit to send Chesa Boudin a video of ardent congratulations at his swearing-in yesterday.
Vox misunderstands the Supreme Court’s ruling in Utah v. Strieff.
She gets the facts of a case right, but demonstrates a peculiar understanding of the judiciary's role.
Update: Big oops. Ignore speculation below. Josh Blackman informs me that Joan Biskupic makes crystal-clear in her book that Justice Sotomayor was not a source at all. From a Q&A with ...
Also in today’s Jolt . . . Progressives’ Knee-Jerk Finger-Pointing on Race Spreads to the Supreme Court Now we know: A liberal Supreme Court justice will tell another liberal Supreme Court justice to his face, ...