Category Archives: SCOTUS

NYTimes: Justice Scalia’s Fading Legacy

NYTimes: Justice Scalia’s Fading Legacy by Linda Greenhouse His Fourth Amendment opinions, on balance, more favored privacy against the government.

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WaPo: Supreme Court to hear Microsoft case: A question of law and borders

WaPo: Supreme Court to hear Microsoft case: A question of law and borders by Ellen Nakashima:

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Vice: Neil Gorsuch is shaping up to be an unlikely defender of your privacy

Vice: Neil Gorsuch is shaping up to be an unlikely defender of your privacy by Carter Sherman & Isabella McKinley Corbo. We’ll see.

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SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: Should courts read statutory exclusionary rules broadly?

SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: Should courts read statutory exclusionary rules broadly? by Richard Re:

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SCOTUSblog: Symposium: Whatever happens in US v. Microsoft, three themes will persist

SCOTUSblog: Symposium: Whatever happens in US v. Microsoft, three themes will persist

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Reason: Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito Butt Heads Over the Fourth Amendment, Again

Reason: Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito Butt Heads Over the Fourth Amendment, Again by Damon Root: Gorsuch advances another property rights theory of the Fourth Amendment that Alito rejects.

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SCOTUSblog: Argument analysis: Rental cars, reasonable expectations of privacy and property rights

SCOTUSblog: Argument analysis: Rental cars, reasonable expectations of privacy and property rights by Amy Howe. Transcripts: Byrd & Collins

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Ginsburg has hired law clerks through term ending 6/30/20

ATL: Supreme Court Clerk Hiring Watch: New Year, New Hires by David Lat And some justices have already hired all their 2019-2020 clerks as well.

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Volokh Conspiracy: A Few Thoughts on Collins v. Virginia & Four Thoughts on Byrd v. United States

Volokh Conspiracy: A Few Thoughts on Collins v. Virginia by Orin Kerr Volokh Conspiracy: Four Thoughts on Byrd v. United States by Orin Kerr

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Reason: The Fourth Amendment, the Exclusionary Rule, and Illegal Government Searches

Reason: The Fourth Amendment, the Exclusionary Rule, and Illegal Government Searches by Damon Root:

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SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: Justices to consider scope of Fourth Amendment’s “automobile exception”

SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: Justices to consider scope of Fourth Amendment’s “automobile exception” by Amy Howe:

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SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: For Fourth Amendment purposes, does it matter who is on the car-rental agreement?

SCOTUSBlog: Argument preview: For Fourth Amendment purposes, does it matter who is on the car-rental agreement? by Amy Howe:

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