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From the bestselling author of Eyes on the Prize, here is the definitive biography of the great lawyer and Supreme Court justice.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
AS THE SENATE PREPARES TO END ITS summer recess on Sept. 6, one question looms larger than most: What will happen to Judge Merrick Garland? It has, after all, been more than five months since President Obama put forward his nominee to replace Supreme
THE FIRST WOMAN to argue a case before the Supreme Court did so in 1880. It would take another 101 years for a woman to sit on that bench rather than stand before it. Even then, progress was fitful. Over the 12 years that Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth
The city’s circuit court is known for fast trials and big awards | “Litigation tourists … think the court will treat them favorably”
More than 9 years after Brendan Dassey was sent to prison for the murder of Teresa Halbach, a judge rules his confession was ‘involuntary’ and his lawyer ‘indefensible.’ Will he go free?
INSIDER TRADING HAS ALWAYS BEEN HARD TO PROVE, OR EVEN TO DEFINE. POST-NEWMAN, IT MAY BE TOUGHER THAN EVER TO PROSECUTE.
Jeffrey Kluger No one knows which Founding Father came up with the idea to pop the words speedy trial into the Sixth Amendment, but whoever he was, he’d be awfully disappointed today. It’s no secret that the American justice system moves with the s
“I FELT AN ENORMOUS SENSE of responsibility. It was a critical piece of the president’s legacy. But beyond that, once that law was enacted, and I was involved in the effort to preserve it, I would have one conversation after another after another wit
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