by Sherrilyn A. Ifill onJuly 20, 2010
Key decisions by the nation's highest court eroded our constitutional protections of free speech and equal justice in ways that could have a great impact on the most vulnerable.
by Sherrilyn A. Ifill onJune 2, 2010
The erosion of Miranda in Berghuis v. Thompkins reflects our legal system's sharp tilt in favor of the prosecution.
by Nsenga Burton onJune 2, 2010
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by Lenny McAllister onMay 18, 2010
Forget what Eric Holder said about modifying the classic rights warning when it comes to terrorists. Let's create a new declaration and a new process for citizens and legal residents who attempt to commit treasonous acts.
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