As more details emerge about the documents he stole, defenders are falling away.
Assumptions of racial animus are overshadowing a story that’s outrageous enough on its own.
Portland may be a preview of what’s to come.
The preliminary hearing revealed a damning case against the shooter of a young black man.
Gina Raimondo has apparently lost her copy of the Constituiton.
After a two-year investigation, the Inspector General of the Department of Justice found no basis for the conspiracy theories being pushed by the Republicans regarding the Russia investigation.
Donald Trump is suing the District Attorney in Manhattan to stop him from getting copies of Trump’s tax returns.
Republican Congressman Justin Amash has always been a rebel within his own party, now he’s making that even more apparent.
Many people are wondering how CNN knew to be at Roger Stone’s house in Florida this morning. It turns out that it was good old-fashioned reporting.
The 100-mile Constitution-free zone strikes again.
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.
With two more weeks to go, there are plenty of “big” cases still awaiting the release of a decision.
Donald Trump’s former Campaign Manager was sent to jail, a move that likely increases the pressure on him to cooperate with Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Some legal scholars are speculating that the Court’s ruling in Masterpiece Cakeshop could impact the ruling on the President’s Muslim Travel Ban. This seems unlikely.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that a police officer violated the Fourth Amendment when he conducted a search on a vehicle parked in a Defendant’s driveway without a search warrant.
The Supreme Court ruled that the mere fact that the driver of a rental car is not listed on the rental agreement is not sufficient to justify a warrantless search of the vehicle.
Enforcing our immigration and drug laws comes at the cost of fundamental rights.
Donald Trump could have more to worry about regarding the investigation of Michael Cohen than he does regarding the Mueller investigation.
A decryption device called GrayKey is being used by all manner of government agencies.
In a move apparently connected to the Stormy Daniels affair, Federal authorities have raided the office of longtime Trump attorney Michael Cohen.
The Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether an American company can be required to turn over data stored on servers located overseas.
From the F.B.I. on down, there were multiple warnings that could have prevented Wednesday’s tragedy in Parkland, Florida.
Contrary to the claims that were made by conservatives and Trump supporters before its release, the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes has done nothing to undermine the Russia investigation.
The two most important allegations in the Nunes memo appear to be complete lies.
President Trump is claiming that the Nunes memo vindicates him. He’s wrong.
National Review legal analyst David French argues that the Nunes memo actually undermines the central claim its proponents were seeking to bolster.
Republicans have released the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes that purports to call into question the basis for the Russia investigation. In the end, though, it amounts to much ado about nothing.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in what could end up being a landmark case on the issue of the scope of Fourth Amendment rights in the 21st Century.
A Trump Campaign official has been charged with and pled guilty to charges of lying to the F.B.I. regarding contacts with Russian officials.
Previewing the next term of the Supreme Court, which starts today.
Special counsel Robert Mueller could be looking to “flip” Paul Manafort, giving President Trump and those close to him something new to worry about.
Despite pleas from conservative lawmakers, the Dept. of Justice will not reopen the case against former I.R.S. official Lois Lerner.
A Nurse in Utah stood up for her patient’s rights, and was harassed by the police for her efforts.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court accepted a case that will determine whether the Fourth Amendment allows law enforcement to obtain location data without a search warrant.
A top Trump campaign adviser was the subject of a FISA warrant for at least part of last year.
When it comes to the protections of the Fourth Amendment, it doesn’t matter if you’re “guilty” or “innocent,” it protects all of us.
The Supreme Court balances the Fourth Amendment against public safety concerns and, for the most part, gets it right.
The Supreme Court has once again issued a ruling that further chips away at the protections of the Fourth Amendment.
An acquittal in one of the six Freddie Gray cases, but not an unexpected one.
A victory in the fight to reform civil asset forfeiture laws.
The decision by a Cleveland Grand Jury to decline to indict a police officer in the shooting of 12 year old Tamir Rice raises once again questions about how the law handles shootings involving police officers.
The no-fly list is a flawed, arbitrary mess that has kept innocent people from flying for years. Using it to deny people rights recognized by the Constitution is, quite honestly, insane.