The Electoral College system is wildly outdated. It needs repairs. But when you have an old Constitution like ours, sometimes the best thing isn't to...
The case, Ramos v. Louisiana, featured heated disputes that, for once, split the court not along squarely ideological lines — but across them.
It’s a naked ploy to help Trump win the 2020 election.
Harvey Weinstein’s half-conviction is a full win for prosecutors | Noah Feldman / Syndicated columnist
It's always strategically desirable for the prosecutor to get the jury to hear about prior bad acts by a defendant.
The president of the United States isn’t a king, and he isn’t above the law — or so constitutional law professors like me keep reminding...
Since Virginia voted to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in January, there’s been lots of speculative talk about the future of the long-stalled constitutional amendment....
If Justice Roberts is forced to make controversial rulings, he will have little choice but to try to be objective.
The Sandy Hook suit is certainly the beginning of some new developments in the law of gun manufacturers' liability.