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A death-row inmate appealing his conviction and sentence claims his defense attorney failed to adequately look into how his background affected his behavior.

A death-row inmate appealing his conviction and sentence claims his defense attorney failed to adequately look into how his background affected his behavior.

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor attributes her success to 5th grade gold stars

The Sotomayor Interview

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor attributes her success to grade gold stars

The Supreme Court should seize the chance to strike down voter discrimination  This case before the Supreme Court isn’t getting the attention it deserves. It’ll have deep repercussions for Latino voters across the country, and many of those voters don’t know or don’t understand what’s going on. MALDEF’s Nina Perales does a very good job of framing the issue and putting it in its proper perspective.

The Supreme Court should seize the chance to strike down voter discrimination - News Taco

Nina Totenberg Answers Your Supreme Court Questions

Nina Totenberg Answers Your Supreme Court Questions

US Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Appeal, Upholds Wisconsin's Strict Voter ID Law Going down the wrong path here. Who bought the Supreme Court?

On June 26, 2015, in a five-to-four decision, the United States Supreme Court declared that states cannot deny homosexual couples the right to marriage. NPR’s Nina Totenberg summarized the significance of the decision: “This is probably right up

On June in a five-to-four decision, the United States Supreme Court declared that states cannot deny homosexual couples the right to marriage. NPR’s Nina Totenberg summarized the significance of the decision: “This is probably right up

via NPR: Supreme Court Asks: Can Human Genes Be Patented?

Supreme Court Asks: Can Human Genes Be Patented?

Judge Nina Pillard, right, is sworn in by Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, left, while Pillard's husband David Cole, center, holds...

Court of Appeals for the D. Circuit, Judge Cornelia Pillard, was sworn in Thursday.

Supreme Court Hears Another Challenge To Campaign Finance Law by NINA TOTENBERG October 08, 2013 - (article)  .... Corporations are NOT people! "Increasingly, congressional and presidential races are funded by the top 1 percent of the wealthiest Americans, according to the nonpartisan Sunlight Foundation." Seems obvious to me why congresss has been extra broken lately and snatching away legal protections and representation from working class America.

Supreme Court Hears Another Challenge To Campaign Finance Law

Supreme Court Hears Another Challenge To Campaign Finance Law by NINA TOTENBERG October 08, 2013 - (article) .... Corporations are NOT people! "Increasingly, congressional and presidential races are funded by the top 1 percent of the wealthiest Americans, according to the nonpartisan Sunlight Foundation." Seems obvious to me why congresss has been extra broken lately and snatching away legal protections and representation from working class America.

Supreme Court Asks: Can Human Genes Be Patented?

Supreme Court Asks: Can Human Genes Be Patented?

Shakespeare sonnets encoded in DNA Genetic code molecules could keep data safe for decades

SCOTUSblog has conducted a five-part series of interviews with Nina Totenberg, NPR’s award-winning legal affairs correspondent and Dean of the Supreme Court Press Corps.  The videos are excellent and provide a unique insight in to the Court from someone who has been reporting on it since the 1970’s.

SCOTUSblog has conducted a five-part series of interviews with Nina Totenberg, NPR’s award-winning legal affairs correspondent and Dean of the Supreme Court Press Corps. The videos are excellent and provide a unique insight in to the Court from someone who has been reporting on it since the 1970’s.

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act celebrate outside the Supreme Court in 2012, after a divided court upheld the law as constitutional by a 5-to-4 vote. The latest battle, which the Supreme Court hears Wednesday, is over whether people who buy insurance through federally run exchanges are eligible for subsidies.

Round 2: Health Care Law Faces The Supreme Court Again

"Round Health Care Law Faces The Supreme Court Again." (click through to read more)

Supreme Court OKs Discounted Resale Of 'Gray Market' Goods by NINA TOTENBERG, March 19, 2013

Supreme Court OKs Discounted Resale Of 'Gray Market' Goods

Supreme Court OKs Discounted Resale Of 'Gray Market' Goods by NINA TOTENBERG, March 19, 2013

Longtime Supreme Court reporter Joan Biskupic's new book on Justice Sonia Sotomayor reflects on the nation's first Latina justice.

How Justice Sotomayor Is 'Busting' The Supreme Court's Steady Rhythms

NPR's Nina Totenberg explains how the idea that the Constitution is "not living but dead" transformed the Supreme Court during Antonin Scalia's tenure as a justice.

Originalism: A Primer On Scalia's Constitutional Philosophy

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former President of the Supreme Court of Israel Dorit Beinisch in Conversation with Nina Totenberg

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former President of the Supreme Court of Israel Dorit Beinisch in Conversation with Nina Totenberg by Street Y

It's interesting how this supreme court ruling follows the argument that taking DNA samples/fingerprints is not intrusive... they are only specific patterns that don't show specific genetic information. Though I wonder first, how much of this is an issue about people not knowing the science behind it and how much is an issue about privacy. On the other hand, how many people would change their opinion if they knew more about what DNA fingerprints are/what they contain?

Supreme Court Rules DNA Can Be Taken After Arrest

LDS attorney lists what Mormons need to know about religious freedom today

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