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...where Henry Brown of Gowlings give his take on the landmark Supreme Court of Canada cases of 2013 and previews some of the important upcoming...
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...issue of prosecutor's conduct WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Supreme Court on Monday declined to review a triple-murder case from Alabama in...
...In the second of two posts on the Supreme Court justice's two talks in Honolulu, John Paul Stevens says his colleagues...
Here's a wrapup of legislation -- some successful and some that failed -- from the recent session of the Texas Legislature
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