"Judges get home security; Lefkow slayings spur expansion of measures to safeguard jurists": This article
appears today in The Chicago Tribune.
"Scalia twisted my words":
Samuel Walker has this op-ed
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Once Symbolic, Flag Amendment Close to Passage; The constitutional ban on burning may have enough Senate votes; Debate begins this week": This article
appears today in The Los Angeles Times.
And James Kuhnhenn of Knight Ridder Newspapers reports that "Flag desecration vote expected to be close."
"Court Ruling Could Halt Guantanamo Trials":
The Associated Press provides this report
In recent coverage from Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald, "Gitmo prison camp sends home 14 Saudis"; "Detainee lawyers win recognition; Three Guantanamo lawyers were picked for a prestigious list of the nation's top 100 attorneys; They are a Navy officer, a New York civil libertarian and a retired judge, all defenders of the detainees"; "Ex-general: Prison camp is a legal mess; A retired general got a first post-suicides tour of Guantanamo and declared it abuse-free; But he said the Bush administration needs to better define the captives' status"; and "War court at camp to take a hiatus; The Pentagon keeps the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, war court closed for at least a month following three captives' apparent suicides in the prison camps."
And today in The New York Times, Law Professor Eric Posner has an op-ed entitled "A Threat That Belongs Behind Bars."
"Forget Flag Burning: Debating a ban during war is a waste of time and sends troops the wrong message."
Major General Robert Scales (Ret.) will have this essay
in the July 3, 2006 issue of Time magazine.
"Memorial Services for Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist":
You can view online, on-demand yesterday evening's broadcast of C-SPAN
's "America & the Courts
" program by clicking here
"Diocese honors Alito; Supreme Court justice receives award for contribution to hometown": This article
appears today in The Trenton Times.
And The Trentonian today reports that "Trenton Diocese honors Justice Alito."
"A modest proposal":
Today in The Los Angeles Times, David J. Garrow
has this review
of Law Professor Jeffrey Rosen
's new book, "The Most Democratic Branch: How the Courts Serve America
"30 years of the death penalty": This article
appears today in The Potomac (Va.) News.
"GOP's burning flag issue may pass":
Dick Polman, political analyst for The Philadelphia Inquirer, today has this article
in that newspaper.
"The road from Guantanamo: The President and his critics alike may want to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay; The problem - for both security hawks and civil libertarians - is what would replace it." This article
appears today in the Ideas section of The Boston Globe.
"Jailed Mack meets with his lawyers":
The Reno Gazette-Journal contains this article