"Memorials for Aaron Swartz Turn to Discussion of How to Honor His Legacy":
Online at The Chronicle of Higher Education, Jake New has an article
that begins, "An event held in a Congressional office building last week to honor Aaron H. Swartz, the young computer programmer and open-access advocate who committed suicide last month, was as much a rally calling for change in the U.S. justice system as a memorial service."
"Gun Control and the Constitution: The courts would no more allow government to undermine the Second Amendment than the First."
David B. Rivkin Jr. and Andrew M. Grossman will have this op-ed
in Monday's edition of The Wall Street Journal.
"AB InBev-Modelo Deal May Be Derailed by Slow-Track Judge":
Tom Schoenberg of Bloomberg News has a report
that begins, "Anheuser-Busch InBev NV's bid to buy Grupo Modelo SAB may face an obstacle unforeseen by the parties when the Justice Department sued to block the deal -- assignment of the case to Washington's slowest federal judge. U.S. District Judge Richard Roberts, who was randomly picked to handle antitrust litigation over the $20.1 billion deal, carries the largest backlog of unfinished cases and unresolved motions among his Washington colleagues, according to federal court data."
"The Conscience of a Corporation":
Columnist Bill Keller will have this contraceptives mandate-related op-ed
in Monday's edition of The New York Times.
"Ex-Phoenix officer in sex case fighting HIV-test order": This article
appears today in The Arizona Republic.
"State College man 'a voice in the process' of choosing high-court candidates":
Chip Minemyer has this essay
in today's edition of The Centre Daily Times of State College, Pennsylvania.
"Policing state's highest court: Hathaway's quick resignation helps colleagues skirt a disciplinary thicket."
Columnist Brian Dickerson has this essay
today in The Detroit Free Press.
"Obama's Drone Attack on Your Due Process":
Law professor Noah Feldman
has this essay
online at Bloomberg View.
"Meatball murder threatens plea deals; Critics blame Hamilton County prosecutors for confusion":
The Cincinnati Enquirer has this report
"The Barry Bonds case: Federal judges to hear home run king's appeal Wednesday."
Howard Mintz has this article
today in The San Jose Mercury News.
"Justices to hear Virginia Tech suit arguments; Both sides are asking the Virginia Supreme Court for appeals on different grounds, an unusual development":
Today's edition of The Roanoke Times contains an article
that begins, "The wrongful death lawsuits lodged against the state for Virginia Tech's handling of the April 16, 2007, shootings go to the Virginia Supreme Court on Tuesday in what is the first step toward a full court review."
"Confederate flag mistakenly raised over court building; State banner requested, not received":
Jerry Mitchell had this article
yesterday in The Clarion-Ledger of Jackson, Mississippi.
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Privacy invasion on a parking ticket?"
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report