Does the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause protect public school employees when they briefly and quietly pray?
It’s Black History Month. Let’s take a look at a student-led protest that became a famous Supreme Court case.
Celebrating Fred T. Korematsu Day: Why his story matters
Why does the pardon of Homer Plessy matter and what makes it significant?
How are juries selected and what does “jury of peers” really mean?
Can shackles prejudice a jury?
Was a defendant in a terror case denied his right to an impartial jury?
Let’s revisit some of the cases decided by the Supreme Court in the last session.
Should jury verdicts have to be unanimous for conviction?
Are there limits to the Fourth Amendment?