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Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we analyzed whether it's possible to infer Justice Thomas' vote and whether or not he's writing an opinion based upon the pattern of his questions in criminal cases.
Poyner Spruill LLP
The restriction at issue was N.C.G.S. § 14-202.5, a North Carolina statute prohibits registered sex offenders from using websites available to minors.
WilmerHale
On June 5, 2017, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in Honeycutt v. United States (No. 16-142), holding that a criminal defendant can be held liable to forfeit only crime proceeds...
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we analyzed the pattern of Justice Thomas' questions in oral arguments in civil cases.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we looked at whether defendants are winning a higher fraction of appeals in criminal cases between 1994 and 2005.
Sedgwick LLP
In Table 221, we show the absolute numbers – the cases defendants have won, the partial affirmances and reversals, and the cases defendant have lost.
Bowditch & Dewey
In April, the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS) released amendments to the regulations governing access to and the use of information maintained in the Commonwealth's...
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we analyzed the Court's experience with amicus briefs in criminal cases between 1994 and 2005. Today, we'll look at the Court's experience with amicus briefs in criminal cases between...
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we examined whether winning parties tended to average more amicus support in civil cases between 1994 and 2016.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we analyzed whether it's possible, based on all oral arguments in criminal cases between 2009 and 2016, to infer from watching Justice Kilbride's question patterns in...
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we analyzed the pattern of Justice Kilbride's questions in oral arguments in civil cases, asking whether it's possible to infer who Justice Kilbride will vote for and whether or not...
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we looked at the court's experience with amicus briefs in criminal cases for the first half of our study period, 1994-2005. Today, we look at the data for the second half of the period.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we reviewed the year-by-year data since 1994 for amicus briefs, looking at whether more amici tend to support the petitioner or the respondent.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we showed that unlike many of his colleagues, Justice Freeman does not tend to ask the party he's voting against more questions at oral argument – he averages more questions...
Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
The California Legislature has yet to establish limits concerning cannabis consumption, following voters' approval in November 2016 of Proposition 64, which allows recreational marijuana use.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we looked at the pattern of Justice Freeman's questioning in oral arguments in civil cases, analyzing whether he tends to ask more questions of the party he will ultimately vote...
McDermott Will & Emery
Companies are increasingly facing parallel proceedings involving government investigations and follow-on private litigation. These complex cases often involve competing interests between the parties that can influence a judge's determination on discovery timing and process.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we continued our analysis of Justice Werdegar's career by reviewing her majority opinions in criminal cases.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we analyzed Justice Werdegar's majority opinions in civil cases.
Duane Morris LLP
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Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
The California Legislature has yet to establish limits concerning cannabis consumption, following voters' approval in November 2016 of Proposition 64, which allows recreational marijuana use.
WilmerHale
On June 5, 2017, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in Honeycutt v. United States (No. 16-142), holding that a criminal defendant can be held liable to forfeit only crime proceeds...
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we examined whether winning parties tended to average more amicus support in civil cases between 1994 and 2016.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we analyzed the Court's experience with amicus briefs in criminal cases between 1994 and 2005. Today, we'll look at the Court's experience with amicus briefs in criminal cases between...
Bowditch & Dewey
In April, the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS) released amendments to the regulations governing access to and the use of information maintained in the Commonwealth's...
Poyner Spruill LLP
The restriction at issue was N.C.G.S. § 14-202.5, a North Carolina statute prohibits registered sex offenders from using websites available to minors.
Sedgwick LLP
Last week, we analyzed the pattern of Justice Thomas' questions in oral arguments in civil cases.
Sedgwick LLP
In Table 221, we show the absolute numbers – the cases defendants have won, the partial affirmances and reversals, and the cases defendant have lost.
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we analyzed whether it's possible, based on all oral arguments in criminal cases between 2009 and 2016, to infer from watching Justice Kilbride's question patterns in...
Sedgwick LLP
Yesterday, we looked at whether defendants are winning a higher fraction of appeals in criminal cases between 1994 and 2005.
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