ACRU

No Gerrymandering Here

2/5: ACRU tells the Supreme Court that the district court undermined judicial credibility by imposing a last minute legislative map on North Carolina, using a series of highly novel factual findings and legal theories.

Supreme Court Finalizes Lineup of Big Cases for the Year’s Term

1/25: The Supreme Court on Monday completed its docket for the annual term that began in October 2017 and ends in June 2018, rounding out a term containing cases for the history books.

Symposium: Polling-Place Speech Restrictions Collide with Modern Free-Speech Doctrine

1/25: This year the Supreme Court will decide whether the First Amendment allows a “buffer zone” forbidding all political speech around polling places on Election Day.

Supreme Court Takes Historic Case on Trump Travel Ban

1/19: On January 19, the Supreme Court granted review in this blockbuster case.

US Supreme Court Agrees with ACRU: Issues Stay in NC Redistricting Case

1/18: ACRU’s amicus brief argued that the district court’s demand for a redrawn legislative map was unreasonable.

ACRU’s Ken Klukowski Speaks on the Supreme Court Taking on the Travel Ban

1/19: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski speaks on the Larry O’Connor Show about Supreme Court taking up the arguments on Donald Trump’s Immigration Travel Ban.

Supreme Court Begins 2018 Rejecting Cases on Same-Sex Marriage and Other Issues

1/8: The Supreme Court granted review in no new cases at its first 2018 conference, and denied hundreds of petitions for review in a list stretching more than 20 pages long, including some cases of interest to many Americans.

Justice Kennedy Considers Retirement in 2018

Rumor has it that Justice Anthony Kennedy is telling potential new law clerks that he is considering retiring from the Supreme Court next summer, setting up an epic showdown for the 2018 midterm elections.

Justice Department Asks Supreme Court to Force Microsoft to Release Emails

The United States this week petitioned the Supreme Court to take a case to order Microsoft to turn over email records of one of its email customers, in a case pitting new technology that is global in reach against domestic law enforcement priorities.

Supreme Court Orders Hearing on Fatal Border Shooting of Mexican Teenager

The Supreme Court set aside an appeals court decision involving the fatal border shooting of a Mexican national by a U.S. Border Patrol agent.