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Federal Courts and Nominations
April 9, 2021

RELEASE: As Supreme Court Commission Studies Court Reform, Biden Administration Should Broadly Commit to Improving Access to Justice

WASHINGTON – On the White House today announcing the formation of a commission to study potential Supreme Court reform measures,...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra
Rule of Law
April 29, 2021

8th Annual Home Stretch at the Supreme Court

Host: Constitutional Accountability Center
CAC's Home Stretch at the Supreme Court virtual event will feature distinguished experts discussing the...
Participants: Elizabeth B. Wydra, Brianne J. Gorod, Kimberly Atkins (Moderator), Melissa Murray, Dale Ho, Jeffrey L. Fisher
Voting Rights and Democracy
U.S. Supreme Court

Tully v. Okeson

In Tully v. Okeson the Supreme Court is being asked to consider whether an Indiana law that provides lesser opportunities to younger voters to cast a mail-in ballot violates the Twenty-Sixth Amendment.
Criminal Justice
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

Daves v. Dallas County, Texas, et al.

In Daves v. Dallas County, the en banc Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit is considering whether Dallas County’s use of a secured money bail system violates the Equal Protection and Due Process Clauses of...
Federal Courts and Nominations
March 30, 2021

RELEASE: CAC Welcomes Biden Federal Court Nominations 

WASHINGTON – On President Biden’s nomination of eleven nominees to vacancies on the federal courts, including Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Court of...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra
Criminal Justice
March 25, 2021

Supreme Court expands meaning of ‘seizure’ under 4th Amendment

Los Angeles Times
WASHINGTON —  The Supreme Court on Thursday expanded the Constitution’s protection against an “unreasonable seizure,” ruling...
By: Elizabeth B. Wydra, By David G. Savage