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Did Trump’s SCOTUS Brief Just Admit To Something They Maybe Shouldn’t Have?

You can hold off on the panic -- for now. The post Did Trump’s SCOTUS Brief Just Admit To Something They Maybe Shouldn’t Have? appeared first on Above the Law.

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Conservative justices seem poised to uphold Alabama’s redistricting plan in Voting Rights Act challenge

In February, a divided Supreme Court temporarily blocked a ruling by a three-judge district court in Alabama, which had agreed that the state’s new congressional map likely violates the Voting Rights Act. After nearly two hours of oral argument on Tuesday

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Trump asks justices to intervene in dispute over documents seized from his home

Former President Donald Trump came to the Supreme Court on Tuesday afternoon, asking the justices to allow a special master to review about 100 documents marked as classified that the FBI seized from Trump’s home in Palm Beach, Florida. The 37-page filing

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The morning read for Wednesday, Oct. 5

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at [email protected]. Here’s the Wednesday morning read: Trump Asks Supreme Co

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