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November 22, 2020

Life without parole for juveniles isn’t rare in Mississippi, despite Supreme Court ruling

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Clarion Ledger

November 18, 2020

Supreme Court says life without parole should be rare for juveniles. It’s far from rare in Mississippi.

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Magnolia State Live

November 2, 2020

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear MacArthur Justice Center Case

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University of Mississippi School of Law

October 21, 2020

The Supreme Court Said Their Sentencing Was Unconstitutional. But They’re Still Behind Bars.

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In These Times

October 13, 2020

Voting rights group asks Supreme Court to let late mail ballots in Wisconsin count

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Along with Protect Democracy, we filed an emergency application before the Supreme Court to ensure mailed ballots postmarked by Election Day are counted in WI. Until a SCOTUS decision, all Wisconsinites voting absentee should submit their ballot as soon as possible.

NBC

July 2, 2020

MacArthur Justice Center Adds Two U.S. Supreme Court Clerks

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Easha Anand and Devi Rao join the firm’s Supreme Court & Appellate Program WASHINGTON D.C. – The MacArthur Justice Center, a national civil rights law firm, is pleased to announce two new additions to its Supreme Court and Appellate Program. Easha Anand, who clerked for Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and Devi Rao, who clerked for Justice...
June 11, 2020

Supreme Court’s deference to police for ‘reasonable’ conduct faces scrutiny in wake of brutality cases

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USA Today

June 5, 2020

Supreme Court Faces Transparency Test After Livestream Success

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BloomBerg Law

May 29, 2020

Legal immunity for police misconduct, under attack from left and right, may get Supreme Court review

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AZCentral

April 28, 2020

Supreme Court Will Soon Decide Whether To Reconsider Qualified Immunity

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CATO Institute