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Oklahoma lawyer normal recordsdata extra petitions searching for McGirt reversal

This June 8 photo shows the Supreme Court in Washington.

Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor has filed additional petitions with the US Supreme Court urging judges to overturn last year’s ruling that the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s reservation still remains. A petition was filed in the case of former Tulsa police officer Shannon Kepler, whose conviction of manslaughter was overturned for being a member of the … Read more

Petitions of the week: Two circumstances on the state-secrets privilege

Petitions of the week: Two cases on the state-secrets privilege

Posted January 22, 2021 at 1:36 pm by Andrew Hamm This week we highlight certification filings urging the Supreme Court to consider, among other things, the federal government’s privilege to protect classified information from disclosure. In the US against Zubaydah, interviewee Zayn Husayn, also known as Abu Zubaydah, is a former Osama bin Laden employee … Read more

Petitions of the week: Three Second Modification petitions and a Wiretap Act declare in opposition to Fb

Symposium: All foreign nationals should be excluded from apportionment. That’s what the Constitution requires.

Posted January 15, 2021 at 1:41 pm by Andrew Hamm This week we’re highlighting certification filings that require the Supreme Court to examine, among other things, whether Facebook plug-ins violate the wiretapping law and whether the second amendment protects an individual’s right to use firearms outside the home or following a conviction for a nonviolent … Read more

Petitions of the week: 4 petitions that check the bounds on lawsuits in opposition to the federal government

Petitions of the week: Four petitions that test the limits on lawsuits against the government

Posted Fri, Jan 8th 2021 3:04 pm by Andrew Hamm This week we’re highlighting certification filings that ask the Supreme Court to review cases and laws to bring charges against various government agencies, from two counties to a governor to the United States. Three of the petitions concern women who are appealing from the counties … Read more

Petitions of the week: Federal funding for sanctuary cities and one other dispute concerning the border wall

The Supreme Court, faithless electors, and Trump’s final, futile fight

Posted Thu December 24th 2020 11:30 am by Andrew Hamm This week we are highlighting certification filings urging the Supreme Court to continue addressing contentious immigration policy issues. One group of cases questions the Trump administration’s attempt to crack down on so-called protected cities. Another case concerns certain construction projects that are part of the … Read more

Anti-Dying Penalty Group Petitions Legal professional Normal To Halt Federal Executions | Information

Anti-Death Penalty Group Petitions Attorney General To Halt Federal Executions | News

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Petitions of the week: Re-opening church doorways and opening evidentiary doorways

The Supreme Court, faithless electors, and Trump’s final, futile fight

This week we’re highlighting certification filings calling on the Supreme Court to review other challenges of the first amendment on pandemic-related restrictions, among other things, and see if a defendant can open the door to rebuttal testimony otherwise against the sixth amendment would violate. Two petitions from churches bring First Amendment claims against government restrictions … Read more

Petitions of the week: Telework taxation, a Kentucky abortion regulation, background checks at visitors stops and extra

House Committee on the Judiciary asks court to put off oral argument on Mueller materials

Posted on December 4th, 2020, 4:31 pm by Andrew Hamm This week we’re highlighting certification filings – and a quirky lawsuit – asking the Supreme Court to review, among other things, whether Massachusetts can tax teleworkers in New Hampshire, whether Kentucky’s attorney general can intervene to defend an abortion restriction in Kentucky, and whether police … Read more

Petitions of the week: First Step Act, student-athlete compensation, detained bystanders and extra

Petitions of the week: First Step Act, student-athlete compensation, detained bystanders and more

Posted on Friday November 13th, 2020 at 3:59 pm by Andrew Hamm This week we are highlighting certification motions calling on the Supreme Court to review, among other things, the First Step Act reassessment, the amateurism in college sports under the Sherman Antitrust Act, and an exception to the warrant obligation of the Fourth Amendment … Read more