"Leak Inquiries Show How Wide A Net U.S. Cast":
Ethan Bronner, Charlie Savage, and Scott Shane will have this front page article
in Sunday's edition of The New York Times.
"A Louisiana Civilian in the Supreme Court: The Selective Service Cases Revisited."
Law professor Charles J. Reid Jr.
has posted this article
online at SSRN (via "Legal Theory Blog
The article's abstract begins, "Edward Douglass White, who served both as an Associate Justice and as Chief Justice of the United States during his long tenure on the Supreme Court (1894-1921) is notable for being the only civilly-trained Louisianan to serve on the Court."
"By the time new federal judge from Maine was confirmed, he 'had no practice left'":
The Bangor Daily News contains this article
"Roberts returns home; Chief justice tells LaLumiere graduates tenacity key to success": This article
appears today in The South Bend Tribune.
And The Associated Press reports that "Chief Justice Roberts tells graduates at N. Indiana boarding school diligence key to success."
"We Have the Most Conservative Supreme Court in Decades; Why Do Americans Think It's Liberal?"
Michael B. Keegan had this blog entry
yesterday at The Huffington Post.
"Obama's Gitmo Problem":
Columnist Joe Nocera has this op-ed
in today's edition of The New York Times.
"Manufacturers Hope SCOTUS Takes Up The Case Of The Smelly Washer":
Daniel Fisher has this blog post
online today at Forbes.com.
"Kids-for-cash judge's prison term stands": This article
appears today in The Citizens' Voice of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
And The Times Leader of Wilkes-Barre reports today that "Ciavarella's sentence is upheld; Appeals court only vacates a count of honest services mail fraud, which knocks off $100 fine."
My earlier coverage of yesterday's Third Circuit ruling appears at this link.
"Court gives wounded soldier a break on computer search":
Michael Doyle of McClatchy's Washington Bureau has this post
today at his blog, "Suits & Sentences."
You can access Thursday's ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces at this link.
"Alton T. Lemon, Who Challenged State Aid to Religious Schools, Dies at 84":
Adam Liptak is the author of this obituary
, which appears online at The New York Times.