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Court split over California man’s takings clause dispute

Despite a suggestion by Justice Neil Gorsuch that there was “radical agreement” in a California man’s challenge to the constitutionality of the “traffic impact mitigation” fee that he was required to pay when building his home, the justices appeared divid

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The morning read for Wednesday, January 10

The justices will hear oral argument this morning in Smith v. Arizona. Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Wednesday morning read: Supreme Court Appears Lik

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Court appears to favor Arizona man’s confrontation clause claim

The Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared sympathetic to an Arizona man who contends that his constitutional rights were violated when an expert witness testified for the prosecution about drug analysis performed by another forensic scientist’s. Jason Smith

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Dating Privilege & Working From Home Doesn’t Greenlight Insider Trading — Neither Should Running The Country

Don't miss the forest for the trees. The post Dating Privilege & Working From Home Doesn’t Greenlight Insider Trading — Neither Should Running The Country appeared first on Above the Law.

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