June 11, 2008
by Andrew Wood
Joseph Price: The four-year long Miller-Jenkins custody case is the first case to test whether a state like Virginia that has passed laws (and amended its constitution) to make clear that it will not recognize same-sex legal unions from other jurisdictions, will nevertheless enforce court ord... ...[read more]
June 13, 2005
by Tom Henry
In a 6-3 decision Monday the US Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a black inmate on death row who claimed that Texas prosecutors purposely eliminated black jurors to fill the jury with whites. Justice Souter, writing for the majority, rejected the state's claim that the strikes were ...[read more]

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