Month: July 2018

The Newest SCOTUS

Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh How This Pick Stacks up on Criminal Justice and Dimaya 2018 Marks the second time the Trump administration will have selected a judge to sit on the United States Supreme Court. The first nomination, Justice Neil Gorsuch, widely considered to be a right-leaning partisan pick, actually sided with the defendant in …

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The Difficulty on Bringing State Cases into Federal Habeas Proceedings

Federal Habeas Filings Under §2254 Filing a habeas petition is difficult and very time consuming. Filing an effective habeas petition is even harder. This is in reference to federal inmates filing for 28 U.S.C. §2255 habeas relief in federal court. A majority of these filings fail even before they get a hearing, never getting their day in …

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