The Supreme Court isn’t taking much of a break this year.
Two Federal Courts have blocked the Administration from diverting Defense Department funds to pay for the President’s border wall
The California Supreme Court has struck down a state law purporting to require a candidate for President to release their tax returns,
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has entered the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination
Late last week, a Federal Judge in California placed on hold a state law requiring candidates to provide copies of their tax returns.
Another court loss for Trump and his border wall.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has dealt another legal setback to the Trump Administration’s efforts to end the DACA program,
For the first tine in nearly ten years, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving Second Amendment rights.
The Supreme Court has rejected an attempt by the Trump Administration to have an injunction against its new asylum policy lifted.
A Federal Judge has ruled that the Trump Administration’s efforts to limit the ability of migrants to claim asylum violates Federal law.
A Federal Judge is letting a North Dakota Voter ID law that clearly discriminates against Native Americans stand.
A Federal Judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed against the President
A Federal Court has ruled that North Carolina can use its current Congressional District map for this year’s midterms notwithstanding a ruling that it is an impermissible gerrymander.
For the second time this year, a three-judge panel of Federal Judges has struck down North Carolina’s Congressional District map. The immediate question is what impact, if any, this will have on November’s election.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down part of a Hawaii law barring open carry of weapons, but this win for gun rights advocates may turn out to be short-lived.
A Federal Judge has rejected a Trump Administration effort to change a 20-year-old legal settlement that bars long-term detention of immigrant families.
A Federal Judge in California has largely rejected a Trump Administration challenge to a series of new laws in California designed to protect so-called “sanctuary cities.”
In a case that pit the new rules of cyberspace against the old rules about when the Fourth Amendment protects privacy, the Supreme Court ruled today in a way that breathes new life into both privacy and the Fourth Amendment.
President Trump has reversed the family separation policy and replaced it with a family detention policy. This is likely to lead to Court challenges.
The Supreme Court has declined to accept yet another Second Amendment case for review, continuing a streak that goes back some eight years.
A Federal Judge has struck down the revised version of the ban on transgender members of the military from serving openly, and the ruling has significance that goes well beyond the issue at hand.
Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a case that could prove crippling to public employee unions across the nation.
Continuing a pattern that has gone on for eight years now, the Supreme Court has declined to hear another appeal regarding a Second Amendment challenge to state gun control laws.
Another day, another Court ruling against the Trump Administration.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear the Government’s appeal of the Trump Administration’s revised Muslim Travel Ban
Late yesterday, a panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling striking down the latest version of Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban.
Federal Appeals Court Judge Alex Kozinski is resigning immediately after a barrage of sexual harassment allegations.
The Supreme Court is allowing the latest version of Donald Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban to go into effect.
The Supreme Court has declined to hear yet another Second Amendment case.
A Federal Judge in California has entered an order permanently blocking a Trump Administration effort to deny funding to so-called sanctuary cities.
Two Federal Judges have issued orders blocking the latest version of President Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban.
In its upcoming term, the Supreme Court will hear a case that is likely to have a significant impact on the powers of public-sector unions.
The Trump Administration has issued a new travel ban to replace the temporary one that expired late last week, but it still suffers from most of the same defects as its initial efforts.
A Federal Judge has blocked enforcement of a Dept. of Justice policy purporting to block funding to so-called ‘sanctuary cities.’
The Trump Administration has suffered another Court defeat related to the President’s Muslim Travel Ban.
Not surprisingly, the District of Columbia is seeking review of last month’s decision on its concealed-carry law by the full Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
A three-judge panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down the District of Columbia’s restrictive concealed-carry law.
Justice Kennedy is telling prospective law clerks for the term that beings in October 2018 that he is considering retiring at the end of the term that begins this October.
In a decision that hands a victory to both sides, the Supreme Court has partly upheld, and partly lifted, the stay on President Trump’s Executive Order that banned travel from six majority-Muslim nations.
The Trump Administration’s Muslim Travel Ban suffers another defeat at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Another day in Court for President Trump’s Muslim ban.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals heard argument yesterday in the appeal of an order barring travel from six Muslim countries, and it didn’t appear to go well for the attorneys defending the ban.
Two more losses for the Trump Administration.
Hawaii is the first state to challenge the Trump Administration’s revised Muslim travel ban.
The announcement of a new Muslim travel ban Executive Order has been delayed once again.
Independent of the current controversy surrounding President Trump’s immigration order, Republicans in Congress are looking at a plan to break up the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Stephen Miller said something very stupid on “Meet The Press” this morning.
By the end of last night’s oral argument, at least two of the three judges hearing the appeal of the stay on the President’s Muslim travel ban appeared to be skeptical of the Federal Government’s arguments.