"We just fundamentally do not believe that you should have to apply to the government for permission to try to save your own life."
An interesting and significant case testing when Congress can insulate federal government action from judicial review.
Prayers at public meetings, the right to record the police, and discrimination against a pro-marijuana legalization student group.
A police agency with a search warrant copied a suspect's iPhone, and it then gave a copy to another agency in an unrelated case in the spirit of "collaborative law enforcement among different agencies." But a federal judge ruled that the second agency can't look through the copy unless it first gets its own search warrant.
Conservative and libertarian critics of Trump are more popular on the left and less on the right than they were before - even if they advocate the exact same positions as previously.
Is government use of malware to obtain a user's IP address a Fourth Amendment "search"? On appeal, it seems, the government has dropped the argument that it's not.
"The profound importance of the Second Amendment does not give the government license to violate the right to free speech under the First Amendment."
I was on NPR's "Here and Now" program to discuss the law of phone and computer searches at the border. Here's a link to the interview.
Washington state's Supreme Court concluded that flower arranging isn't sufficiently expressive to qualify for First Amendment protection.
Some upcoming talks on Chevron, FDA regulation of tobacco, regulatory reform and my book "Business and the Roberts Court."