"A Renewed Call to Televise High Court":
Robert Barnes will have this article
Monday in The Washington Post.
"Relying on the Notepad in the Electronic Age": Adam Liptak
will have this "Sidebar" column
(TimesSelect temporary pass-through link) in Monday's edition of The New York Times.
"Low Turnout Undercuts Portugal Vote on Abortion": This article
will appear Monday in The New York Times.
"A Portland attorney preps for his supreme moment; Scott Shorr hones the presentation he will make against national insurance companies":
The Oregonian contains this lengthy article
today. It appears that the case was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court
on January 16. 2007. The oral argument transcript can be accessed here
Part two of this article is slated to appear in tomorrow's newspaper.
"Waiting for a supreme ruling: The Alabama Supreme Court, without further delay, should reduce the excessive punitive damages verdict against Exxon Mobil." This editorial
appears today in The Birmingham News.
"Online court access elusive; State justices hold firm, cite privacy":
The Chicago Tribune today contains an article
that begins, "While the nation's federal courts and an increasing number of states' courts now put lawsuits, indictments, rulings and other public documents online, Illinois courts continue to resist the migration to cyberspace--a stance critics say costs the public money and access."
"Libby's dilemma: testify or not? His memory defense would seem to require him to take the stand, but some say the risk is too great." This article
appears today in The Los Angeles Times.
"The Libby trial: Who said what to whom, and who remembers? The case has pulled back the curtain on elite Washington and the inner workings of a White House known for secrecy."
Linda Feldmann will have this article
Monday in The Christian Science Monitor.
"ABA May Adopt Conduct Rules for Judges":
The Associated Press provides this report
"States fund antiabortion advice; Public grants surge for the crisis centers; Some ban contraception talk":
The Los Angeles Times contains this article
"At Libby's Defense Table, a Tough but Deft Lawyer": This article
appears today in The New York Times.
"The Needle and the Damage Done: Lethal injections are often botched and sometimes painful; Doctors don't want to administer them; Is it time to kill this form of execution?"
As I previewed here
on Wednesday, Elizabeth Weil today has this article
in The New York Times Magazine.
"Why the GOP has failed to pack the Supreme Court":
Today in The Chicago Tribune, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Jack Rakove
has this review
of Jan Crawford Greenburg's new book, "Supreme Conflict: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Control of the United States Supreme Court
Today's issue of The Washington Post's Book World shows Jan's book as ranked fifth among bestsellers in the Washington, DC area in the category of "Nonfiction/General."
And The Huntsville Times reports today that "Former Brewer student praised for Supreme book."
The Associated Press is reporting:
Now available online are articles headlined "Strict Abortion Bill Revisited in S.D.
"; "Padilla Asks for Delay in Hearing
"; and "Libby Trial Sheds Light on White House
"Judges to rehear school prayer case; Arguments set before full court May 21":
The Advocate of Baton Rouge, Louisiana today contains an article
that begins, "Judges of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will rehear arguments on whether prayers that open School Board meetings in Tangipahoa Parish are constitutional, a court order said Friday."
My most recent earlier coverage appears at this link.
"Justice lauds FIU diversity; U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- speaking at the new FIU law school -- praised its global approach and diversity": This article
appears today in The Miami Herald.
"Justice Ginsburg speaks at FIU":
The Miami Herald provides a news update
that begins, "U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg touted the importance of a diverse student body during a visit to Florida International University on Saturday to cap off a three-day celebration over the law school's new state-of-the-art building."
And The Associated Press reports that "Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg addresses law students."