Justia.com

Justia.com has Server used 174.129.213.48 IP Address with Hostname in United States. Below listing website ranking, Similar Webs, Backlinks. This domain was first 2002-09-22 (18 years, 29 days) and hosted in Ashburn United States, server ping response time 21 ms

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City: Ashburn
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Justia :: Free Law & Legal Information for Lawyers

(1 day ago) LGBTQ Legal Resource Center Justia's LGBTQ Legal Resource Center provides up-to-date information about legal issues uniquely or disproportionately affecting LGBTQ individuals in areas including family law, employment law, immigration, housing, military service, juvenile law, and other topics.

https://www.justia.com/

DA: 14 PA: 14 MOZ Rank: 15

Justia US Supreme Court Center

(1 day ago) The Questions I Would Have Asked Judge Amy Coney Barrett Before Voting for Her to Ascend to the United States Supreme Court Justia's Verdict, October 19, 2020 Marci A. Hamilton—a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and one of the country’s leading church-state scholars—offers eight questions she would have asked Judge Amy Coney Barrett during her confirmation hearings.

https://supreme.justia.com/

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Legal News and Featured Federal Dockets - Justia News

(2 day ago) In this third of a series of columns examining underexplored issues in the California v.Texas case challenging the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Illinois law dean Vikram David Amar, Michigan Law dean emeritus Evan Caminker, and Illinois law professor Jason Mazzone consider whether the so-called individual mandate of the ACA, now without any tax consequences, is unconstitutional, as the

https://news.justia.com/

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Cases, Dockets and Filings in Illinois | Justia Dockets

(2 day ago) Disclaimer: Justia Dockets & Filings provides public litigation records from the federal appellate and district courts. These filings and docket sheets should not be considered findings of fact or liability, nor do they necessarily reflect the view of Justia.

https://dockets.justia.com/browse/circuit-7/state-illinois

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Trademark Search - Justia

(2 day ago) In this third of a series of columns examining underexplored issues in the California v.Texas case challenging the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Illinois law dean Vikram David Amar, Michigan Law dean emeritus Evan Caminker, and Illinois law professor Jason Mazzone consider whether the so-called individual mandate of the ACA, now without any tax consequences, is unconstitutional, as the

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Navarette v. California :: 572 U.S. 393 (2014) :: Justia

(2 day ago) Under the totality of the circumstances, a police officer's reliance on a 911 caller's tip about a possibly drunk driver established "reasonable suspicion" required by the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution for a vehicle stop, and thus the officer's discovery of evidence of a crime pursuant to the stop was admissible at trial.

https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/572/393/

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