New caselaw - online stalking, Second Amendment, asylum

[JURIST] New and interesting Opinions issued Tuesday included Remsburg v. Docusearch [text], an online stalking and ID theft ruling from the Supreme Court of New Hampshire [official website]; Nordyke v. King [PDF text], a Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals [official website] panel holding on First and Second Amendment constitutionality of an Alameda County California ordinance prohibiting possession of firearms on county property; and Hoxha v. Ashcroft [PDF text], another Ninth Circuit ruling overturning a Board of Immigration Appeals finding that a Kosovar Albanian student who overstayed his US visa was ineligible for asylum.

 

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