Monthly Archives: April 2015

New York Times Edit Hacks the Eighth Amendment!

Perhaps good ideas replicate themselves. Just a few days after this site suggested that the campaign to hack the Eighth Amendment was given a lift by Justice Kennedy’s recent testimony before the House, the New York Times editorial board published a great … Continue reading

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Two looks at Flag Desecration (with Casetext!)

Last week, I taught the Flag Desecration Cases in my First Amendment class. It’s an interesting closed citation network since it contains only five cases. (Of course, the First Amendment doctrine implicated by these cases extends widely, but there are … Continue reading

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