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This week we examine a decision by the Iowa Supreme Court interpreting both the Fourth Amendment and the parallel provision under the Iowa Constitution and determining that the latter prevents warrantless inventory searches of impounded vehicles.
 
Jonathan discusses recent Supreme Court and Fourth Circuit cases with special guest Brian Beck from the Federal Public Defender Office in Western Virginia.
 
This week, we examine the Third Circuit's recent decision about whether a jurisdiction-stripping statute in the Immigration and Nationality Act violates the Suspension Clause of the Constitution.
 
Jonathan discusses recent Supreme Court and Fourth Circuit cases with special guest Josh Carpenter from the Federal Public Defender Office in Western North Carolina.
 
This week, we examine a Southern District of New York decision about the President's decision to block his critics on Twitter and whether that offends their First Amendment rights.
 
This week, we examine the Fourth Circuit's decision about searching cell phones at the border.
 
Jonathan discusses recent Supreme Court and Fourth Circuit cases with special guest Emily Harrill from the Federal Public Defender Office in South Carolina.
 
This week, we examine the Ninth Circuit's opinion about whether animals can sue under the copyright act in the so-called "Monkey Selfie" case.
 
This week, we examine a Texas Court of Appeals case which examined the constitutionality of the State's "revenge porn" law.
 
This week, we examine the Ninth Circuit's ruling on the Government's request for a writ of mandamus, ordering the District Court to dismiss a lawsuit about climate change brought by 21 teenagers.
 
In this episode Jonathan talks about recent Fourth Circuit cases touching on traffic stops, conspiracy as a crime of violence, and the evidentiary nature of Facebook posts with Jackie DiLauro from the Defender office in Eastern North Carolina.
 
This week, we examine the Sixth Circuit's ruling that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects transgendered individuals and those transitioning.
 
Jonathan discusses recent Supreme Court and Fourth Circuit cases with special guest Andrew Grindrod from the Federal Public Defender Office in the Eastern District of Virginia.
 
This week, we examine the Northern District of Florida's decision in a challenge to the State's voting restoration scheme for convicted felons.
 
Jonathan discusses recent Supreme Court and Fourth Circuit cases with special guest Emily Harrill from the Federal Public Defender Office in South Carolina.
 
This week, we discuss the Second Circuit's ruling on whether the Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial was violated by a nearly 7 year delay between arrest and trial.
 
This week, we examine the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision regarding partisan gerrymandering.
 
This week, we look at the Northern District of California's decision to issue a nationwide injunction requiring the Department of Homeland Security to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
 
This week, we examine a decision by the Southern District of California regarding the right of a student-athlete to kneel during the playing of a national anthem.
 
This week, we're discussing Dassey v. Dittmann, the 7th Circuit's en banc consideration of Brandon Dassey's confession in a case made famous by Netflix's Making a Murderer documentary.
 
Jonathan discusses recent Fourth Circuit cases with special guest Josh Carpenter from the Western District of North Carolina.
 
WARNING: This week's episode may not be safe for work or to listen to with young children. This week, we examine the Fourth Circuit's decision in a case in which a police detective forced a 17 year old boy to masturbate in front of him and two other armed officers, in an attempt to gather evidence in a sexting case.…
 
Jonathan, Rhett, and Lex discuss new rules of evidence and appellate procedure
 
This week, we examine the jury's decision in the case involving the murder of Kate Steinle, which rocketed "sanctuary cities" to national attention.
 
Jonathan talks about new cases dealing with child sexual exploitation, fraud, and the death penalty with Brian Beck from the Western District of Virginia.
 
This week, we discuss the Sixth Circuit's decision about unmasking an anonymous blogger who was found liable for copyright infringement.
 
This week we examine the 7th Circuit's decision regarding the City of Chicago's ordinance which bans public nudity by women. It was challenged as a violation of both the First Amendment and the Equal Protection Clause.
 
This week, we discuss the controversial petition for certiorari filed by the Solicitor General in the Hargan v. Garza, the case of an unaccompanied minor undocumented immigrant discussed in episode 22.
 
Jonathan and guest Alicia Penn discuss four new Fourth Circuit cases, covering topics including crimes of violence, child pornography sentences, and health care fraud.
 
This week, we examine the Ninth Circuit's decision upholding Montana's campaign contribution limits in the wake of Citizens United v. FEC and McCutcheson v. FEC.
 
This week we look at the D.C. Circuit's recent en banc decision about the right of an undocumented teen immigrant to receive an abortion while being held in government custody.
 
This week's episode looks at a Fourth Circuit decision about the First Amendment rights of public employees and under what circumstances they can be fired for supporting the wrong person in an election.
 
This week's episode examines the Ninth Circuit's en banc decision about zoning ordinances dealing with gun stores. In a divided opinion, the Court upheld Alameda County's ordinance which limited where gun stores can be opened.
 
This week, we examine a ban on signs on freeway overpasses and bad behavior by a town's police chief.
 
In this episode we bring back special guest Emily Harrill to discuss recent Fourth Circuit decisions.
 
This week, we examine a Second Circuit case involving a defamation claim arising out of a now-retracted article published by Rolling Stone Magazine, involving an alleged gang rape in a fraternity at the University of Virginia.
 
This week, we examine a Sixth Circuit case dealing with the right of a criminal defendant to confront the witnesses against him, when the defendant is accused of sexual abuse of a minor, and the witness is a child testifying via closed-circuit TV.
 
This week, we discuss probable cause, shopping at Costco, coded phrases for drugs, and a snarky dissent by Judge Alex Kozinski in the Ninth Circuit.
 
This week we look at the case of a cadet at West Point who was raped and who attempted to sue the Generals acting as Superintendent and Commandant of Cadets, decided by the Second Circuit.
 
In this episode we discuss recent Fourth Circuit decisions with special guest Emily Harrill from the Federal Public Defender Office in South Carolina.
 
In this episode we talk about the recent public meeting of the United States Sentencing Commission and what might be in store for the Guidelines.
 
This week, we discuss Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, a Ninth Circuit case about a school district employee who engaged in public prayer following a high school football game.
 
This week we look at the Eighth Circuit's review of the Nebraska Funeral Picketing Law which was challenged by the Westboro Baptist Church.
 
This week we look at the Third Circuit's ruling in a challenge to the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate, which requires insurers to provide cost-free contraceptives. A secular non-profit and its employees challenged the application of the mandate under a variety of theories.
 
This week's episode looks at the D.C. Circuit's opinion regarding government contractors accused of killing or wounding over 30 Iraqi civilians in 2007.
 
This week's episode covers the D.C. Circuit's recent decision on the reach of the Second Amendment and whether the District of Columbia can restrict the carrying of firearms outside the home to those with a special need.
 
This week's episode examines the 2nd Circuit's decision about whether the Fifth Amendment applies to testimony compelled by a foreign government.
 
This week, we look at the Fourth Circuit's en banc decision striking down Rowan County, North Carolina's practice of opening county meetings with Commissioner-led, sectarian prayer.
 
Things get a bit heated this week as I discuss Rivera v. Bonner and Mull, a Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals decision dealing with a lawsuit over negligent hiring, supervision and training which resulted in a woman being sexually assaulted by a jail guard.
 
This week, I discuss the Texas Supreme Court's recent decision regarding the ability of the City of Houston to offer benefits to the spouses of city employees in same sex marriages.
 
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