"Marshals Lose Track of Encrypted Radios Worth Millions; Loss of Equipment Could Endanger Judges, Witnesses":
Devlin Barrett will have this article
in Monday's edition of The Wall Street Journal.
You can freely access the full text of the article via Google News.
"Pentagon prepares review panels for 71 Guantanamo detainees":
Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald has this report
"In Snowmass, Justice Antonin Scalia says judges should not be policymaker":
The Aspen Times has an article
that begins, "U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia used the twin terrors of Nazi Germany and radical Islam to warn a Snowmass Village audience Saturday about the dangers of judicial activism."
Judge Posner on "Patent Trolls": Seventh Circuit
Judge Richard A. Posner
has this post
today at "The Becker-Posner Blog."
"The Last Days of Big Law: You can't imagine the terror when the money dries up."
In the issue of The New Republic on newsstands tomorrow, Noam Scheiber will have this cover story
"Supreme court says Ala Moana death case can proceed":
Hawaii News Now has this report
And The Associated Press reports that "Hawaii court rules in case of woman's duct death."
Last Thursday's ruling of the Supreme Court of Hawaii consisted of a majority opinion and an opinion concurring and dissenting.
"Utah Supreme Court rules state had a duty to protect boy killed by bear; Utah justices also rule bear is not a 'natural condition' as they send the case back to a lower court": This article
appeared yesterday in The Salt Lake Tribune.
And yesterday's edition of The Deseret News contained an article headlined "Utah Supreme Court rules in favor of family of boy killed by bear."
You can access yesterday's 3-to-2 ruling of the Supreme Court of Utah at this link.
"Kansas Supreme Court: Gun stores must use 'highest standard of care' to avoid selling firearms to felons."
Mark Morris had this article
yesterday in The Kansas City Star.
You can access Friday's ruling of the Supreme Court of Kansas at this link.
"Darisabel Baez's killer, like others with death warrants, has many appeals possible; And, there have been no executions in Pennsylvania since 1999": This article
appears today in The York Sunday News.
"Supreme Court justices Kennedy, Ginsburg set to speak at western NY's Chautauqua Institution":
The Associated Press has this report
"The Supreme Court's Next Big Abortion Decision: The high court has agreed to review an Oklahoma law restricting medication abortions."
Kate Sheppard has this essay
online at Mother Jones.
"Under the U.S. Supreme Court: The fight over contraception coverage."
Michael Kirkland of UPI has this report