Category: Judiciary

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The case of Timbs v. Indiana poses a very outcome dependent question of whether or not civil forfeiture is unfair and poorly managed, so to keep this podcast ...

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Not surprisingly, most cases before the Supreme Court involve high stakes. The justices can assure this by taking a small and selective caseload each term. ...

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In response to the Supreme Court’s late night session last Thursday, Brett and Nazim discuss the Court’s recent injunction of the Louisiana ...

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I know that title is supposed to be a cliff-hanger, but the answer is yes.  In support of such a thesis, Brett and Nazim discuss the Court’s ...

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Okay, so, I apologize for the mess I’ve made for the past couple of ballots. But, I have an excuse: it was Brett’s fault. I won’t say more. ...

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Over the past several years the Supreme Court has undergone substantial change. Not only has the face of the Court shifted, but so has its center with the ...

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This week’s episode covers a case that is not even a fraction of as delicious as it sounds, Apple, Inc. v. Pepper, which covers whether Apple is engaging ...

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Like all great podcasts, Brett and Nazim have devoted this week’s episode to all the topical news stories from two weeks ago, including Ginsburg’s ...

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The saga over Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s health seems to ebb and flow from the headlines almost daily.  Part of the mystery relates to the amount of ...

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America’s favorite game returns, as Brett and Nazim decide whether Garza v. Idaho (can a lawyer override a client’s request for an appeal when the ...

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