Counsel at the plea bargaining gate

Feb 1, 2013 By: Michael Ross

The requirement of effective assistance of counsel under the Sixth Amendment was recently extended by the Supreme Court through two rulings last term.

University’s disciplinary sanctions for mortuary sciences student’s Facebook posts did not violate free speech protections

Jan 30, 2013 By: Craig Pederson

It is very important to think before you post. A mortuary sciences student at the University of Minnesota posted to Facebook several times about her dissection of a human cadaver during a laboratory class.

Can the police know where you’re going in your car?

Jan 28, 2013 By: Loren Singer

Over the next weeks we will be featuring posts from our Westlaw Editorial team. This is the team that analyzes cases and statutes and Headnotes and the rest of our editorial enhancements.

Does the right to bear arms apply on the mean streets of Chicago?

Jan 25, 2013 By: Loren Singer

Over the next weeks we will be featuring posts from our Westlaw Editorial team. This is the team that analyzes cases and statutes and Headnotes and the rest of our editorial enhancements.

Has the last word been written on the constitutionality of Obamacare?

Jan 23, 2013 By: Loren Singer

Over the next weeks we will be featuring posts from our Westlaw Editorial team. This is the team that analyzes cases and statutes and Headnotes and the rest of our editorial enhancements.

Top Cases of 2012: Upholding Obamacare, and the rest of the story

Jan 21, 2013 By: Loren Singer

Over the next weeks we will be featuring posts from our Westlaw Editorial team. This is the team that analyzes cases and statutes and Headnotes and the rest of our editorial enhancements.