"Sotomayor, a Book-Tour Star, Sees a New Niche for a Justice":
Jodi Kantor will have this article
Monday in The New York Times.
"Dictionary: A way to define an argument."
Robert Barnes will have this new installment
of his "The High Court" column in Monday's edition of The Washington Post.
Monday's column reports on an article by law professors James J. Brudney and Lawrence Baum titled "Oasis or Mirage: The Supreme Court's Thirst for Dictionaries in the Rehnquist and Roberts Eras."
"Lemon law attorney Vince Megna's YouTube videos a wild card in election":
In today's edition of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Patrick Marley has an article
that begins, "Supreme Court candidate and lemon law attorney Vince Megna built up his name over the past year with a series of web videos, but those spoofs could come to haunt him in the election."
"Supreme Court to hear fight over taking DNA from arrested people; The Supreme Court will hear a privacy rights challenge to the police practice of taking DNA from people arrested but not yet convicted":
David G. Savage has this article
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"A political question imperative: The D.C. Circuit's ruling against NLRB recess appointments proves DOJ should rely on the political-question defense that was upheld by the Supreme Court in 'Goldwater v. Carter.'"
Victor Williams will have this essay
in tomorrow's issue of The National Law Journal.
"Colleagues say Jane Kelly will be ideal appeals court judge": This article
appeared yesterday in The Gazette of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
And although the nomination is only a few days old, law professor Carl Tobias has already published an op-ed in The Des Moines Register titled "Senators must put aside partisanship and confirm Jane Kelly."
"Free speech belongs to media and bloggers alike; Iowa's libel law should treat media giants, Internet posters the same":
Rox Laird has this essay
in today's edition of The Des Moines Register.
"When the Law Says a Parent Isn't a Parent":
Ginia Bellafante has this new installment
of her "Big City" column in today's edition of The New York Times.
Andy Marso of The Topeka Capital-Journal is reporting:
In today's newspaper, he has articles headlined "Enforcing topless ban has challenges; Missouri officer says law now pushed in Kansas drove industry underground
" and "Cost of constitutional amendments examined; Most amendments currently proposed deal with judicial selection
"Middle River family has second chance in federal court in Taser case; Court remands case to lower court on grounds of possible excessive use of force with Taser": This article
appeared in yesterday's edition of The Baltimore Sun reporting on a ruling
that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
"U.S. faces construction quandary at aging Guantanamo camp":
Reuters has this report
"Along the U Street corridor, her honor finds all the comforts of home": This article
appears today in The Washington Post.
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Obama's nose bloodied on recess appointments."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report