"4-year battle over sold car could reach Ohio Supreme Court; City sold man's car despite judge's order": This article
appears today in The Cincinnati Enquirer.
"Americans' Approval of Supreme Court Near All-Time Low; After historic term, less than a third of Republicans approve of the court":
Yesterday, Gallup issued a news release
that begins, "After an important term in which the U.S. Supreme Court made landmark decisions on cases involving voting rights, gay rights, and affirmative action, the institution's approval rating has declined to its lowest level since June 2005." Access to the complete results of the survey can be accessed toward the bottom of the news release.
"Retiring Colorado Supreme Court justice 'ready to rock, roll' as lawyer": This article
appeared yesterday in The Denver Post.
"John Paul Stevens on the Supreme Court's Voting Rights Decision: The former justice offers sharp criticism of the majority opinion."
Andrew Cohen has this essay
online at The Atlantic.
"Seduction on forest trail or obscene act? Appeals court to decide."
Mike Scarcella had this article
earlier this year in The National Law Journal.
Yesterday, a divided three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued this decision reversing the defendant's conviction.