Unanimous State Court decision in North Carolina has held State Legislative Districts as unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders under State Constitution.
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The Supreme Court is the highest court in the US and has ultimate appellate jurisdiction over all federal courts and over state court cases involving issues of federal law. Also see our articles on Antonin Scalia and also on the Supreme Court case known as Citizens United.
Denver 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals may add another Jack-in-the-box element for the US electoral system if it allows electors to vote as they please.
US Supreme Court has great influence over American life. This article outlines 45 landmark Supreme Court cases that changed American life as we knew it.
Article explores what the Supreme Court has done to rebrand corruption, as well as how this impacts the criminal prosecutions of corrupt elected officials.
Amid growing recognition of disparities in America’s justice system, this report highlights a critical but under-scrutinized problem.
Can Trump supporters successful use Supreme Court support for campaign finance built-in exemption for those who can show a realistic threat of harassment?
Trump’s Speech this afternoon says the Administration would give up on efforts to add a citizenship question to the census is a victory for the rule of law.
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that federal courts have no constitutional role to play in preventing partisan gerrymandering.
Gerrymandering has been used for over two hundred years by political parties jockeying for power to meet ideological and political ends.
Chief Justice John Roberts has been winning praise for independence blocking Trump administration’s bid to rig census by adding a question on citizenship.