The Supreme Court of the United States recently ruled unconstitutional an NC law that made it a felony for registered sex offenders to access social networks websites. ...[Continue Reading]
With the Supreme Court denying to review the decision that found the North Carolina legislature had discriminatory intent in passing its election law, what does this mean for the future of North Carolina’s elections?
An in depth look into the relationship between intellectual disabilities and the death penalty sentence. ...[Continue Reading]
The Supreme Court carves out an exception to the validity of a jury verdict for racial bias in jury deliberations. ...[Continue Reading]
Case concerning a cross-border shooting brings the possibility of extraterritorial application of the United States Constitution to the Supreme Court. ...[Continue Reading]
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit seems to go against the U.S. Supreme Court in its latest gun related decision. ...[Continue Reading]
The Trump administration recently placed itself into the middle of the transgender law debate by rescinding previous federal guidance that allowed transgender students to use school bathrooms and changing facilities of their choice. Like most aspects of current transgender issues, the impact of the Trump administration’s decision has been widely debated. ...[Continue Reading]
A Fayetteville teacher is on paid leave and has received death threats after stomping on the American flag during a civics lesson. ...[Continue Reading]