Posted by James Romoser on Monday, January 11, 2021, 9:20
The Supreme Court’s next work is busy. The judges will return to the virtual bench for oral arguments starting at 10 am on Monday. Van V Guzman ChavezOne case involved whether certain non-citizens facing deportation were eligible to participate in a bond hearing, and they claimed that they were not eligible to be sent to a certain country.Our case preview is Here.prior to Guzman Chavez The argument is that it is expected that at 9:30 am, the court will issue other orders in a private meeting last week- Review of 14 cases on Friday night. It is expected that this Thursday, the court will issue one or more opinions in the disputed case. The federal government plans to execute three prisoners on death row this week, which means that the court may have to decide on final appeals related to these death sentences.
The following is a summary of news and comments related to the Supreme Court on the Internet:
- As Democrats prepare to take over Washington, Breyer of the Supreme Court faces new retirement requirements (Robert Barnes, The Washington Post)
- The U.S. Supreme Court will weigh whether schools may impose disciplinary action on students for Internet speeches (Mark Walsh, Education Weekly)
- Clarence’s wife Ginni Thomas (Ginni Thomas) cheered for the rally riot (Stoneboarder Mark Joseph Stern)
- Cities hit by floods head to Supreme Court due to climate damage (E&E News Jennifer Hijazi)
- A simple case that is difficult to trace-part three, TeaguePhantom anomaly (Kent Schedger, Crime and Consequences)
- The circus is about to go to court (Law and Freedom John Grove)
- Preview Van V Guzman Chavez (Noah Welch and Chris Mao of Cornell Institute of Legal Information)
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