Justices are “within the course of” of getting COVID vaccines; some have obtained each doses

In year-end report, Roberts praises “unsung heroes” of the pandemic

Posted Wed Jan 13th 2021 9:17 pm by James Romoser Some Supreme Court justices, including Chief Justice John Roberts, have received both doses of the coronavirus vaccine, and the court says there are plans for full vaccination of all nine judges. Kathy Arberg, a spokeswoman for the court, declined to say how many judges (or … Read more

How Biden Can Terminate Trump’s Border Wall Undertaking – And Save Cash and Defend Property Rights within the Course of –

How Biden Can Terminate Trump’s Border Wall Project – And Save Money and Protect Property Rights in the Process –

One of the most important projects of the Trump era was an attempt to build a wall on the US’s southern border with Mexico. To accomplish this goal, Trump declared a “national emergency” and used that statement and other legally dubious tactics to divert funds for wall construction that Congress refused to support. President-elect Joe … Read more

Proper of being represented by lawyer is a part of due course of clause, says Supreme Court docket

Right of being represented through lawyer is part of due process clause, says Supreme Court

New Delhi: The right to be represented by a lawyer is part of the “due process clause,” the Supreme Court said as it overturned the Allahabad High Court order, one of a man in a murder case 1987 appeal dismissed, stating that his attorney had not appeared at the hearing. The Apex Court, which restored … Read more

The mass tort: The way it suits within the authorized course of | Jax Day by day File | Jacksonville Day by day File

The mass tort: How it fits in the legal process | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

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Symposium: Depoliticizing the census by way of administrative course of

Symposium: Depoliticizing the census through administrative process

This article is part of a symposium previewing Trump versus New York. Jennifer Nou is Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School. The census saga continues. This time around, however, the Trump administration is more honest about its motivations. She wants to count immigrants in the country without permission, not – as … Read more