Category Archives: Law, suits and order

Other people’s legal problems, aside from my own.

Warning: do not marry a woman who…well, better read this

From John Ross’s summary of court decisions on Volokh Report: If you marry a woman who, as a condition of probation, has agreed to let the police conduct a warrantless search of her home at any time, it’s probably not … Continue reading

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Evidence that South Carolina has achieved a post-racist-douchebag society

Found this in John Ross’s Circuit Court review in the Volokh Report (although this is a state court case): High school football players in Charleston, S.C. have an “innocent ritual” in which they make monkey noises while smashing a watermelon … Continue reading

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American war on women’s bodies is still being waged

I picked this up from SCOTUSblog. It seems that Kentucky is still fighting hard for supremacy in the Worst State in the Union In Which To Be A Woman contest, and has asked the Supreme Court to review this case. … Continue reading

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