Thursday, July 14, 2016
"Ruth Bader Ginsburg Expresses Regret for Criticizing Trump": Michael D. Shear of The New York Times has this report.
Posted at 07:56 PM by Howard Bashman
"Appeals court rules feds can withhold criminal mug shots": Tresa Baldas of The Detroit Free Press has this report.
Jonathan Stempel of Reuters reports that "U.S. can withhold defendants' mug shots, appeals court says."
And The Associated Press has a report headlined "Court: Feds can withhold mug shots of criminal defendants."
View live, online the UC Irvine School of Law's "6th Annual Supreme Court Term in Review" this afternoon: Via this link. I am honored to be one of the panelists, and my distinguished co-panelists -- including Dahlia Lithwick and Robert Barnes -- are not to be missed. The event begins at 3 p.m. eastern time, noon pacific time.
Posted at 01:32 PM by Howard Bashman
By vote of 9-to-7, en banc Sixth Circuit holds that FOIA does not require the release of federal indictees' booking photos: You can access today's en banc ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit at this link.
Posted at 12:33 PM by Howard Bashman
"Ginsburg expresses 'regret' for remarks criticizing Trump": Robert Barnes of The Washington Post has this report.
David G. Savage of The Los Angeles Times reports that "Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg apologizes for 'ill-advised' criticism of Donald Trump."
Mark Sherman of The Associated Press reports that "Ginsburg regrets 'ill-advised' criticism of Trump."
Lawrence Hurley of Reuters reports that "Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg apologizes for Trump remarks."
Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News reports that "Ginsburg Says She Regrets 'Ill-Advised' Comments on Trump."
And Ariane de Vogue of CNN.com has a report headlined "Ruth Bader Ginsburg: 'I regret making' Donald Trump remarks."
"McConnell's historic judge blockade: The window for approving more Obama court picks is narrowing -- but it's not slammed completely shut." Seung Min Kim of Politico.com has this report today.
Posted at 11:55 AM by Howard Bashman
"Microsoft wins U.S. appeal over warrant for emails held abroad": Nate Raymond and Jonathan Stempel of Reuters have this report.
And Bob Van Voris of Bloomberg News reports that "Microsoft Wins Protection for E-Mails Stored Outside U.S."