In Sex Crimes Cases, New York Weighs Allowing Evidence of Prior Bad Acts

The overturning of Harvey Weinstein’s conviction has prompted New York lawmakers to introduce bills that would allow prosecutors to bring…


A Judge’s Dilemma: How to Punish Trump for Gag Order Violations

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N.Y. Prisons Holding Mentally Ill People in Solitary, Lawsuit Says

A complaint filed by the Legal Aid Society and others accuses the state prison system of holding mentally ill and…


TikTok’s Legal Bet on the First Amendment

The popular video-sharing app faces uncertain odds as it takes its fight to court to turn back a potential ban…


The Magic Constitutionalism of Donald Trump

My originalist heart is troubled. In the opening moments of Donald Trump’s argument for presidential immunity, Justice Clarence Thomas pressed…


What Is a Song?

Is it simply the music flowing out of your earphones? According to the law, the answer is a bit more…


Campus Protests Aren’t Going Away. Colleges Need to Draw Lines.

Student protests across the country continue to escalate, leading to mass arrests and police action. In this conversation with politics…


The Judge Deciding Google’s Fate

Amit P. Mehta, a judge in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, will issue a landmark antitrust ruling.


How Six-Week Abortion Bans Went From Fringe to Reality

Even opponents of abortion saw such curbs as too controversial just over a decade ago. Times have changed.


Arizona Lawmakers Repeal 1864 Abortion Ban

Two Republican state senators broke with their party to ensure final passage of the repeal. Gov. Katie Hobbs, a Democrat,…

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