The law now allows an innocent person to be falsely accused of heinous crimes in federal lawsuits without any opportunity to respond or disprove the false charges.
The traditionally cloistered institution may start to open up in 2015.
For the first time in recent history, a majority of U.S. states have abandoned the death penalty in law or in practice.
The Obama administration’s ambitious second-term agenda will continue to bump up against the Constitution.
The ideological makeup of this important judicial body will inevitably become a campaign issue.
By complying with regulator encouragements to relax lending criteria lenders increased the chances the government would sue them for discrimination.
Courts are split on how to treat cell-site data.
The JJDPA is one of the most important pieces of federal juvenile justice legislation.
Democrats and Republicans have cooperated somewhat in the field of judicial appointments.
We now have the world’s largest prison population and the highest per-capita incarceration rate.