I never thought that an American Senate would pass a bill that allows the military to lock up American citizens, indefinitely, without due process of law. I just never saw that one coming. Especially after the excessive abuse of power from the last Presidential Administration. And its not as if the Executive is clamoring for [...]
Opinions and Orders of the Court Kentucky v. King, 09-1272, May 16, 2011 The Fourth Amendment generally bars warrantless searches, except under certain exigent circumstances, such as the imminent destruction of evidence. An exception to the exception applies when the police create the exigency by acting or threatening to act unconstitutionally. In [...]
I usually try to not follow celebrity legal dramas. I really have no idea what Lindsey Lohan's latest case is about. But I will admit that the Charlie Sheen madness sucked me in. As most of you who have watched television in the last week know Charlie was fired from Two and a Half Men. Then [...]
Dahlia Lithwick from Slate posted another great piece yesterday on whether Republican-appointed Justices should or should not attend the State of the Union address. To read the piece click here.