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Recent Decisions

Sause v. Bauer (June 28, 2018)
First Amendment issues involved in a police order that plaintiff stop praying require consideration of Fourth Amendment issues concerning why the officers were present in plaintiff's home and what they wanted plaintiff to do.

Sexton v. Beaudreaux (June 28, 2018)
Supreme Court reversed a grant of habeas relief by the Ninth Circuit.

North Carolina v. Covington (June 28, 2018)
Supreme Court affirms, in part, North Carolina district court's remedy in a case alleging racial gerrymandering.

Janus v. State, County, and Municipal Employees (June 27, 2018)
States and public-sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from nonconsenting employees.

Florida v. Georgia (June 27, 2018)
Special Master is required to make extensive, specific factual findings to determine whether a remedy could be fashioned in a dispute between states concerning the apportionment of the waters of an interstate river basin.

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Collins v. Virginia: An Innocuous, Fourth Amendment Decision About Curtilage
Justia's Verdict,
Cornell law professor Sherry F. Colb comments on the US Supreme Court’s precedents recognizing, yet not clearly defining, “curtilage”—the area near one’s house that is constitutionally protected against warrantless searches by law enforcement. As Colb explains, the Court’s cases involving curtilage, including its recent decision in Collins v. Virginia leave many Fourth Amendment questions unanswered.

Ann Hopkins, Who Struck an Early Blow to the Glass Ceiling, Dies at 74
The New York Times,
Her bosses at the office saw her as too “macho” and “aggressive” to be made a partner. The Supreme Court saw her as a victim of gender stereotyping.

Will Kavanaugh Curb Sloppy White House Deregulation?
The New York Times,
The judge insists that federal agencies stay within the limits of law and delegated authority.

The Right Way to Lose the Kavanaugh Fight
The New York Times,
If the Democrats go down swinging, they’ll have a potent message for the midterms.

Summer Order Lists
Supreme Court of the United States,
For your planning purposes, summer order lists are scheduled to be issued on July 16, August 6, and August 24, 2018. Summer order lists usually consist of actions taken by the Court on motions in pending cases, petitions for rehearing, and other miscellaneous matters. Emergency orders, such as in applications for stays, will continue to be released as required.

Opinion analysis: Florida wins another chance, and the case goes back to the drawing board
SCOTUSblog,
On the last possible decision day, the Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision in Florida v. Georgia written by Justice Stephen Breyer and joined by Chief Justice Roberts and Justices Kennedy, Ginsburg and Sotomayor. Justice Thomas filed a dissenting opinion, joined by Justices Alito, Kagan and Gorsuch. In a win for Florida, which is seeking…

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John G. Roberts, Jr.
John G. Roberts, Jr.
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Anthony M. Kennedy
Anthony M. Kennedy
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Clarence Thomas
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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Stephen G. Breyer
Stephen G. Breyer
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Samuel A. Alito, Jr.
Samuel A. Alito, Jr.
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Sonia Sotomayor
Sonia Sotomayor
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Elena Kagan
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Neil M. Gorsuch
Neil M. Gorsuch
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