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April 2012 Issue  
 

How the Supreme Court Botched U.S. v. Jones

 

How the Supreme Court Botched U.S. v. JonesThe Supreme Court fumbled the warrantless GPS tracking decision on Monday. Yes, privacy advocates are claiming the case as a victory. And it is. But U.S. v. Jones is more of a field-goal-in-overtime victory, than a resounding win for privacy rights.Here's why:

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Ginsburg and Scalia: Raising the Bar for Supreme Court Friendship
Sooners to Supreme Court: Stop Minding Oklahoma Business?
Newt Gingrich v. The Nine: Can POTUS Ignore SCOTUS?
Interim Texas Redistricting Maps Trashed by Supreme Court
See Perry v. Perez (FindLaw Caselaw)
 
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Supreme Court News from Around the Web

 
Ifs, Ands, and Butts: The Supreme Court gets the full-monty treatment (Slate)
Civil rights law on Supreme Court's mind (Thomson Reuters News & Insight)
Quotes of the Day: Mo’ Superior Legal Minds, Mo’ Problems! (Above the Law)
Politics and the Supreme Court (New York Times)
Case by case: The U.S. Supreme Court (Reuters News)
 
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Notable Quotable

"It is better, so the Fourth Amendment teaches us, that the guilty sometimes go free than the citizens be subject to easy arrest."

- Justice William O. Douglas

Henry v. United States, 1959.


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