On June 23, 2022, the United States Supreme Court struck down a New York law that restricted carrying handguns in public. The ruling has significant implications for the Second Amendment and gun laws throughout the country.
May 17, 2021. The Supreme Court declined to expand police authority to conduct warrantless searches of a home for "community caretaking" functions. Learn how the Court sided with protecting the sanctity of one's home.
April 8, 2020. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, courts across the country have implemented emergency orders suspending jury trials, extending deadlines for pretrial hearings and speedy trials, and allowing criminal defendants to appear remotely.
June 27, 2019. The Supreme Court of the United States held that the police usually don't need a warrant for a blood test if the driver is unconscious and therefore can't do a breath test for BAC evidence.