The Supreme Court ruled 5-3 to vacate United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit's judgment in Torres v. Madrid. The ruling does not issue a final judgement on the original case. However, it could have major implications for the Fourth Amendment.
Everyone knows the court reporter’s purpose: they record what happens in court. Then, when an issue occurs down the road, everyone can return to that record. Yet some states don’t require a record of jury selection.
Reuters did a special report on the disparity between the often harsh penalties that judges impose on a daily basis and the significantly less harsh penalties they face for their own wrongdoing in America’s justice system. This leads to an important question: Are the consequences