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Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor Continues Duties After Breaking Shoulder
By Reuters Staff, Reuters
She'll wear a sling for several weeks.
Preserving LGBTQ Equality In The Supreme Court: No Piece of Cake
Jeffrey S. Trachtman
Partner, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
We’re at a scary and dangerous moment.
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Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Major Privacy Rights Case
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
Justice Sonia Sotomayor noted that most Americans “want to avoid Big Brother.”
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Sonia Sotomayor Sends A Message To Puerto Rico: 'You Are Not Alone'
The supreme court justice sent a message of hope to the residents of the hurricane-ravaged island.
Sonia Sotomayor Dresses Up In Support Of Yankees Star Aaron Judge
Alabama Executes Inmate First Sentenced To Death 34 Years Earlier
Author and Prisoners' Rights Advocate
On May 26, 75-year-old Tommy Arthur died by lethal injection in Alabama’s Holman Correctional Facility, ending a decades
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We Are Not Hysterical: 18 Strong Female Voices You Should Read
Strand Book Store staff recommends reads by outspoken women.
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Supreme Court’s Doubts About Asset Forfeiture Continue To Grow
Legal Director, Criminal Justice
In two recent United States Supreme Court cases, Justices across the ideological spectrum cast a critical eye towards the
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Justice Sotomayor Boils Down What's Twisted About The Law On Police Brutality
"We rarely intervene where courts wrongly afford officers the benefit of qualified immunity."
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Neil Gorsuch's First Critical Vote Allowed A Man To Be Executed
It looks like the Supreme Court is back to where it was on the death penalty when Justice Antonin Scalia was alive.
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Here's How Frequently Women Supreme Court Justices Are Interrupted By Men
Worse, this behavior even carries through to advocates who appear before the Supreme Court.
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Sonia Sotomayor: Not Everyone Can Just Pull Themselves 'Up By The Bootstraps'
“Unless you do something to knock [barriers] down or help that person up, they will never have a chance.”
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Supreme Court Explores Whether Sex Offenders Have Free Speech Rights On Social Media
Under a sweeping North Carolina law, a man was convicted after declaring "God is good" on Facebook.
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Justice Sotomayor Wonders Whether 'Trump Is A Thief' Trademark Is Legal
The hypothetical reference occurred during a hearing in a First Amendment case.
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The Supreme Court Saved Obama's Legacy. His Legacy Changed The Court.
The law and the politics of justice will never be the same.
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