Amicus Brief: John K. Maciver Institute For Public Policy v. Tony Evers
The Constitution’s guarantee of freedom of the press does not assume that the press will be “objective,” and to allow the government power to draw legal lines around the press based on the government’s determination of “objectivity” is unworkable in principle.
Amicus Brief: Gary E. Albright v. United States of America
The Federal Circuit violated foundational principles of federalism when it refused to certify a novel issue of state law to the state’s highest court.
Amicus Brief: Lange v. California
Permitting police officers categorically to effect a warrantless home entry during a misdemeanor pursuit will have deleterious consequences.
Amicus Brief: Terkel v. Centers for Disease Control
The eviction moratorium is unconstitutional and denies access to state courts, intrudes on state judiciaries, and distorts political accountability.
Amicus Brief: Mark Ringland v. United States of America
The private-search doctrine does not appropriately safeguard the Fourth Amendment interests at issue when the search involves digital mediums like email accounts.
Amicus Brief: Students For Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President And Fellows Of Harvard College
Neither the Constitution nor Title VI countenances racial preferences in admissions decisions.
Amicus Brief: FDRLST v. NLRB
If you can be haled into court and found in violation of federal law on the basis of satire, sarcasm, or hyperbole, everyone will self-censor their humor, to the detriment of freewheeling discourse.
Amicus Brief: AFP v. Becerra
The Ninth Circuit misconstrued the Supreme Court’s precedents and gave California free rein to demand donor information for any charity in the nation that operates in the state.
Amicus Brief: Appeal No. 29546 Thom v. Barnett
No state that has eliminated criminal and civil penalties for either the medicinal or general adult use of marijuana has reverted to re-criminalizing marijuana, even in part.