December 19, 2014
by Cassandra Baubie
JURIST Guest Columnist Gregory Fouladi, Valparaiso University School of Law Class of 2016, discusses the Constitutional ambiguity surrounding Federal Agency phishing techniques ... Imagine a scenario where you are sitting in a private area of your home browsing on your personal computer. You may ...[read more]
December 14, 2014
by Ashley Hogan
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and State Solicitor Eric Murphy on Friday issued a asked the US Supreme Court to uphold the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit decision declaring Ohio's same-sex marriage ban constitutional. The officials cited the judge's opinion that the matter should be ...[read more]
December 14, 2014
by Alison Sacriponte
Former Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa was released from prison Friday until the country's highest court rules on the appeal of his corruption conviction. Jansa was convicted of corruption for soliciting bribes while signing a defense contract with the Finnish company Patria for a supply of ...[read more]
December 14, 2014
by Alison Sacriponte
Two hundred sixty Chinese lawyers signed an open letter condemning police action in the northeastern province of Jilin where a lawyer was detained after invoking the constitutional rights of free speech and religion in court. The lawyer, Zhang Keke, was taken from court and detained for six hours ...[read more]
November 25, 2014
by William Hibbitts
The Supreme Court of Georgia ruled Monday that private companies may continue to monitor probationers in that state but that it is illegal to elongate a probationer's sentence from the original sentence. Thirteen plaintiffs filed suit against Sentinel Offender Services challenging the ...[read more]
November 22, 2014
by Christina Alam
JURIST Guest Columnist Walter Olson, of the Cato Institute's Center for Constitutional Studies, discusses tribal rights and Indian burials and argues that Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act has caused the effect opposite to what Congress actually intended ...Does Congress ...[read more]
November 21, 2014
by Valerie Howell
Seven same-sex couples submitted a petition on Thursday asking the US Supreme Court to review the district court's decision to uphold Louisiana's same-sex marriage ban before it proceeds to the federal appeals court. The petition presents the court with the question of whether a state's ...[read more]
November 21, 2014
by Christina Alam
JURIST Guest Columnist Fredrick Vars, of the University of Alabama School of Law, discusses the new Alabama Gun Control Law and argues that the state's gun regulations will be largely unaffected by the new constitutional amendment...Alabama voters, on November 4, overwhelmingly approved a state ...[read more]
November 20, 2014
by Elizabeth LaForgia
Ugandan politicians have drawn up new anti-gay legislation with cross-bench support to be presented before parliament by the end of the year, according to Thursday media reports. The new legislation comes nearly a year after the Ugandan parliament passed the Anti-Homosexuality Act that would have ...[read more]
November 20, 2014
by Steven Wildberger
A group of independent UN human rights experts on Wednesday warned against the possible release of convicted war criminal Milorad Trbic following the reversal of his sentence by the Bosnian Constitutional Court. Trbic was convicted in 2009 of committing genocide in Srebrenica in 1995 during the ...[read more]

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