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Shannon Grammel and Sean Janda
Although the Supreme Court gets the most coverage when it decides big cases with far-reaching effects, it also engages in many under-the-radar judicial activities that – though mostly ministerial – can sometimes substantially alter individual rights and the legal landscape. Last week, the Court engaged in one of these activities: amending the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. While the Court did approve some pretty arcane changes, it also approved an amendment that has the potential to radically increase the government’s ability to engage in searches of electronic devices and documents.
Dear America, It’s time. It’s time for us to turn our glances backwards, and do some soul-searching: Instead of looking into the future, and latching onto the increasingly improbable possibility that Trump will not be the GOP nominee, we are now forced to look to the past. We must now come to terms with the …
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