"Blawg Review #69":
Available online here
, at "Unlearned Hand."
"15 States Expand Right to Shoot in Self-Defense":
Adam Liptak will have this article
Monday in The New York Times.
"This week, C-SPAN presents an exclusive interview with Chief Justice John Roberts. This interview occurs from the Chief Justice's office at the Supreme Court Building."
Yesterday evening's broadcast of C-SPAN
's "America & the Courts
" can now be accessed online, on-demand by clicking here
From the "Better late than never" department:
A few weeks ago, The Detroit Free Press published an article headlined "Judge throws out challenge to paternity law
" that begins, "A federal judge has summarily dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Saginaw man who challenged the constitutionality of Michigan's paternity law after his ex-girlfriend had a baby against his wishes."
You can access the recent ruling of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan at this link.
Thanks to Ethan Leib at "PrawfsBlawg" for the pointer.
"Group opposes loss of signing statements; Lawyers say issue is president's use":
Charlie Savage had this article
yesterday in The Boston Globe.
"Justice Kennedy calls for democracy worldwide": This article
appears today in The Honolulu Advertiser.
"At detainees' trials, will hearsay be heard? Rules of evidence are a sticking point, as Congress weighs how to mete out justice to terror suspects."
Warren Richey will have this article
Monday in The Christian Science Monitor.
"West" magazine "Gone Wild":
The lead story in today's edition of the magazine section of The Los Angeles Times is headlined "'Baby, Give Me a Kiss': The man behind the 'Girls Gone Wild' soft-porn empire lets Claire Hoffman into his world, for better or worse
This blog's recent "Gone Wild" coverage can be accessed via this link.
"High Court's 1946 War Crimes Ruling Resounds; Justice Stevens drew from what he saw in the trial of a Japanese general to write for the majority in the recent Guantanamo decision":
David G. Savage has this article
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Nothing Wrong With Kansas: State voters move science education out of the Victorian era." This editorial
appears today in The Washington Post.
"Kennedy: Jury's Out on U.S. Democracy."
The AP provides a report
that begins, "The United States is not making the case for freedom, democracy and Western law to the rest of the world, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy said Saturday."
"Starr: Americans Misunderstand Courts."
The Associated Press provides this report
"Criteria differ on judging justices":
The Honolulu Advertiser today contains an article
that begins, "U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Akaka and his challenger in the Democratic primary, U.S. Rep. Ed Case, would have split over President Bush's nominees to the Supreme Court, indicating important differences in how they approach one of the Senate's most distinctive responsibilities."