"The fallible Justice Scalia":
Columnist Ruth Marcus of The Washington Post has this essay
"Arkansas AG supports gay marriage, will defend ban":
The Associated Press has this report
"Guantanamo Prosecutor Asks Judge to Hold Off Declassification":
Charlie Savage will have this article
in Sunday's edition of The New York Times.
"Technology law will soon be reshaped by people who don't use email; The US supreme court doesn't understand the internet; Laugh all you want, but when NSA, Pandora and privacy cases hit the docket, the lack of tech savvy on the bench gets scary": Trevor Timm
has this essay
online today at The Guardian (UK).
"In Okla., little argument over the final outcome for inmate who died after botched execution": This front page article
appears today in The Washington Post.
And The Associated Press reports that "Lawmakers say they won't abandon death penalty."
"Proponents for change say concern over cameras in federal court is unfounded":
David E. Frank and David Boeri have this front page article
in the current issue of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
"Oregon prisoner locked in solitary confinement 27 months loses appeal to punish prison system":
Bryan Denson of The Oregonian has this article
reporting on a decision
that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
issued on Tuesday.
"How Not to Pick Judges": Maya Sen
will have this essay
in the Sunday Review section of tomorrow's edition of The New York Times.
Sen's article, "How Judicial Qualification Ratings May Disadvantage Minority and Female Candidates," appears in the Spring 2014 issue of the Journal of Law and Courts. You can freely access the entire article in PDF format via JSTOR.
"Religious Accommodation in the Age of Civil Rights":
Harvard Law School hosted this event
You can access hours and hours of video from the conference on YouTube via this link.
"Obama Orders Policy Review on Executions": This front page article
appears in today's edition of The New York Times.
Today's edition of The Oklahoman contains a front page article headlined "Botched execution: Gov. Fallin labels investigation 'independent' though it's led by state official present at lethal injection; Man to lead 'independent' investigation is Oklahoma state official who was acting in an official capacity at the lethal injection that went bad."
Today's edition of The Tulsa World contains a front page article headlined "Investigation into botched execution to be headed by former DOC worker; Gov. Fallin names Michael Thompson to direct investigation of botched execution."
In today's edition of The Arizona Republic, Michael Kiefer has a front page article headlined "What Oklahoma's botched execution means for Arizona."
And The Guardian (UK) reports that "Texas plans three executions as courts mull secrecy of lethal drugs; Next execution scheduled to use drugs of secret origin; Legal battle over prison officials' secrecy nears decision."