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Dec 13 2023
WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether a man involved in events at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, can be charged for obstructing an official proceeding, in a case that could have significant implications for the federal government’s prosecution of Donald Trump. Trump’s allies argue that provision was clearly intended to cover the destruction of evidence related to white-Breitbart News
Dec 20 2023
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump attends a campaign event in Waterloo, Iowa, U.S. December 19, 2023. Lawyers for Donald Trump on Wednesday urged the Supreme Court not to consider — yet — the question of whether he has presidential immunity from prosecution for federal crimes related to trying to overturn his 2020 election loss. Trump's lawyers, in a newCNBC
Jan 30 2024
The Texas Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday on the challenge to the state’s near-total ban on gender-affirming care for minors. Senate Bill 14, which went into effect last September, bars Texas health care providers from giving gender-transition surgeries, puberty-blocking medication or hormone therapies to those under 18, with violators at risk of losing their licenses. Last year, aCNN (Online News)
Jan 08 2024
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Oct 15 2020
Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett continued to defend her judicial independence and impartiality during the third day of the confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Following an 11-hour hearing the day before, Barrett on Oct. 14 faced a second day of questioning from committee members, who quizzed her about voting rights, Medicare, the Affordable Care Act (ACAThe Epoch Times
Oct 12 2020
Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings are set to enter into their next phase on Tuesday, with the 48-year-old nominee due to answer questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee in person for the first time since her nomination last month. Barrett is expected to take questions about her past statements on abortion and the role of precedent, her views on an upcoming case over theNBC News (Online)
Jan 05 2024
The Supreme Court will decide whether former President Donald Trump is eligible to run for president again after the Colorado Supreme Court found he had violated the Constitution’s so-called “Insurrection Clause.” In a brief order Friday evening, the high court announced it will hear arguments Feb. 8 in the 77-year-old’s challenge to the Centennial State ruling, which temporarily removed fromNew York Post (News)
Feb 29 2024
I never thought I’d be grateful to the Alabama Supreme Court for anything, but now I am. With its decision deeming frozen embryos to be children under state law, that all-Republican court has done the impossible. It has awakened the American public, finally, to the peril of the theocratic future toward which the country has been hurtling.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2022 decision thatNew York Times (Opinion)
Dec 13 2023
Dec. 13 (UPI) — The Supreme Court said on Wednesday it will hear a challenge to the federal government using its obstruction law to prosecute hundreds of cases connected to the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol. The Justice Department has used the law to charge more than 300 people connected to the riot. Former President Donald Trump with a single count of corruptly obstructing andBreitbart News
Dec 12 2023
The Indiana Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments to reinstate Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen’s former counsel and remove the case’s current judge.
Arguments, laid out in a notice from the Supreme Court, are set for January 18, 2024.
In addition to reinstating Allen’s counsel and removing the judge, Frances Gull, from the case, the court will hear arguments requestingABC 57