By Tamara Lave . . . What sounds like a good law in a twenty-second sound bite sometimes turns out to be less clear when one digs below the surface.
Justice Breyer: You’re going to have everybody convicted . . . not being able . . . to discuss anything
By SANDY . . . “There are three principal features of North Carolina’s law that make it a stark abridgment of the Freedom of Speech.” These words, spoken by attorney
By ROBIN VANDERWALL . . . Among the more significant cases concerning registered citizens that have made their way to the United States Supreme Court, few have had as much
By DAVID POST . . . I wanted to add a few words to co-blogger Jonathan Adler’s posting about the recent 6th Circuit decision in Doe v. Snyder, in which
By LINDSEY KLINE . . . “The tide is going to turn against sex offender registries when people realize they’re more likely to end up on the registry than to
By ADAM LIPTAK . . . Last week at the Supreme Court, a lawyer made what seemed like an unremarkable point about registered sex offenders. “This court has recognized that