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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether threats made on the Internet can result in a federal conviction absent proof of the defendant’s intent to threaten. The court will review the conviction of Anthony Elonis, whose violent Facebook rants included the lyrics of Eminem and a satirical sketch by The Whitest Kids U' Know comedy troupe, report USA Today, SCOTUSblog and the Washington Post. Elonis wrote about killing his estranged wife...
The Supreme Court has been quietly revising its decisions years after they were issued, a secretive process that has led judges, lawyers and scholars astray.
Congrats to Keith Richard ’14, whose paper, "Don't Cut the Net: Ensuring We Effectively Harness Solar Energy," is a winner in the ABA’s 2014 Energy Law Student Writing Competition, http://ow.ly/yK6fF
In a unanimous decision, the justices ruled that the vast amount of data contained on modern cellphones must be protected from routine inspection.
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