"Supreme Court to weigh restitution in child-porn case; Under appeals court ruling, downloading one image of a young victim can bring a restitution claim in the millions of dollars":
Richard Wolf of USA Today has this report
"Federal Judge Boyce Martin Jr.'s retirement ended investigation into travel reimbursements":
The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky has this news update
You can access this blog's earlier related posts here and here.
"Your privacy is protected -- if you live in the West."
Michael McGough has this essay
online at The Los Angeles Times.
"Supreme Court case could destroy pillar of union power":
The Hill has this report
"Supreme Court takes up limits of child porn victim restitution in case involving East Texan":
The Dallas Morning News has this report
"Argument preview: Acting on a caller's tip."
Lyle Denniston has this post
"Delicate path for gay marriage in red states":
The Associated Press has this report
"European Court Won't Lift Ban on Monkey Abuse Film; Free expression doesn't trump a corporation's personality rights in a decade-long legal dispute over a journalist who went undercover to document the treatment of lab animals":
Today at the "Hollywood, Esq." blog of The Hollywood Reporter, Eriq Gardner has a post
that begins, "The difference between the United States and Europe in regards to free expression might be summed up by the asymmetrical treatment afforded late last week to a Hulk Hogan sex tape and video footage of lab monkeys."
My earlier coverage of Friday's Hulk Hogan sex tape ruling can be accessed here.
"Court to decide on child porn victim restitution":
Mark Sherman of The Associated Press has this report
"Striking a Free-Speech Balance at Abortion Clinics":
Kenneth Jost had this post
yesterday at his blog, "Jost On Justice."
"'Raging Bull' Case Reaches the Supreme Court":
Variety has this report
"Mass. buffer zones balance rights to protest, safety": This editorial
appears today in The Boston Globe.
In addition, columnist Adrian Walker has an op-ed titled "Right to access in balance in Supreme Court."
"A Strike at the Heart of Obamacare: A case against IPAB is heard by the Ninth Circuit -- and eventually by the Supreme Court?"
Quin Hillyer has this essay
today at National Review Online.
"Exemptions from the 'contraception mandate' threaten religious liberty":
Law professor Frederick Mark Gedicks
has this essay
online at The Washington Post.
"Chief Justice silent on Judge Ali Hameed's sex tape probe":
Minivan Daily of Maldives has this report
"Protecting The Free Speech of Censors: The Crystal Cox Saga."
Ken White had this lengthy post
yesterday at "Popehat."
"Disbarred Kentucky lawyers follow varied paths":
The Courier-Journal of Louisville contains this front page article
"Pennsylvania could tip the scales nationally on same-sex marriage": This article
appears today in The Philadelphia Inquirer.