The Roberts court's generally cautious approach raises doubt as to the breadth of the forthcoming opinion, explains Ben Feuer of the California Appellate Law Group
...Romer v. Evans and ...
The upcoming term will once again have its fill of high-profile, controversial decisions, says Ben Feuer of California Appellate Law Group
...34;Based on a two-judge majority's gross misapplication of Romer v. Evans, 517 U.S. 620 (1996), we have now declared...
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...court to address this question." Cooper says the majority misapplied Romer v. Evans, the 1996 Supreme Court case that struck down an anti...
...address this question." Cooper says the majority misapplied Romer v. Evans, the 1996 Supreme Court case that struck down an...
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