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Kelly v. United States (Decision May 7, 2020)

Is Bridget Kelly criminally liable for her actions in the “Bridgegate” scandal?

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Gamble v. United States (Decision June 17, 2019)

The United States and Alabama can prosecute Gamble for the same act.

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Madison v. Alabama (Decision February 27, 2019)

Is the death row inmate “insane” meaning he cannot be executed?

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United States v. Stitt and United States v. Sims

The defendants’ prior convictions count as burglary under the federal law.

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Carpenter v. United States (Decided June 22, 2018)

The government needs a 4th Amendment warrant (with probable cause) to get your cell phone location data.

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Rosales-Mireles v. United States (Decision June 18, 2018)

The Fifth Circuit used the wrong standard in deciding when to fix a judge’s mistake. It must reconsider Rosales-Mireles’ case.

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Dahda v. United States (Decision May 14, 2018)

The wiretap order was not “facially insufficient,” so Dahda cannot get the communications suppressed.

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Byrd v. United States (Decision May 14, 2018)

A person can have 4th Amendment privacy against police search when driving a rental car, even if the person is not listed on the car lease.

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McCoy v. Louisiana (Decision May 14, 2018)

The lawyer cannot overrule a client’s choice to plead innocent.

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Chavez-Meza v. United States (Argument April 23, 2018)

Did the court need to explain its reasoning for choosing a certain sentence reduction?

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