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Case Preview: When Is A Fleeing Suspect “Seized”?, Jeffrey Bellin Oct 2020

Case Preview: When Is A Fleeing Suspect “Seized”?, Jeffrey Bellin

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The Fourth Amendment prohibits unreasonable “searches” and “seizures.” On Wednesday, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral argument in Torres v. Madrid, a case that will provide important guidance on what constitutes a Fourth Amendment seizure. Here’s a rundown of the case starting with the relevant facts and procedural history, followed by a discussion of the legal issues and finally a couple of things to watch for at the argument.


Fostering States As Laboratories, Myrisha S. Lewis Oct 2020

Fostering States As Laboratories, Myrisha S. Lewis

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As She Lies In State, A Tribute To Justice Ginsburg, Katherine Mims Crocker Sep 2020

As She Lies In State, A Tribute To Justice Ginsburg, Katherine Mims Crocker

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Revisiting Individual Rights And Personal Responsibilities Amid Covid-19, Christie Warren Aug 2020

Revisiting Individual Rights And Personal Responsibilities Amid Covid-19, Christie Warren

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Marginal Benefits Of The Core Securities Laws, Kevin S. Haeberle Aug 2020

Marginal Benefits Of The Core Securities Laws, Kevin S. Haeberle

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United States Patent And Trademark Office V. Booking.Com B.V.: How Do We Know When Something Is A Name?, Laura A. Heymann Jul 2020

United States Patent And Trademark Office V. Booking.Com B.V.: How Do We Know When Something Is A Name?, Laura A. Heymann

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A Fair Process Matters In Alleged Sexual Assault Cases, Cynthia V. Ward May 2020

A Fair Process Matters In Alleged Sexual Assault Cases, Cynthia V. Ward

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Symposium: Liquidating Elector Discretion, Rebecca Green Apr 2020

Symposium: Liquidating Elector Discretion, Rebecca Green

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Abortion Case May Not Overturn Roe, But Could Effectively Nullify It, A. Benjamin Spencer Mar 2020

Abortion Case May Not Overturn Roe, But Could Effectively Nullify It, A. Benjamin Spencer

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Justices Make The Tough-- But Right-- Call In Cross-Border Shooting Case, A. Benjamin Spencer Feb 2020

Justices Make The Tough-- But Right-- Call In Cross-Border Shooting Case, A. Benjamin Spencer

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First, We'll Neuter All The Judges, A. Benjamin Spencer Feb 2020

First, We'll Neuter All The Judges, A. Benjamin Spencer

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The Redistricting Amendment Will Strengthen Democracy In Virginia, Alex Keena, Michael D. Gilbert, Rebecca Green Jan 2020

The Redistricting Amendment Will Strengthen Democracy In Virginia, Alex Keena, Michael D. Gilbert, Rebecca Green

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Redistricting Amendment Is Progress For Virginia, Rebecca Green Jan 2020

Redistricting Amendment Is Progress For Virginia, Rebecca Green

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Bending (And Breaking) The Cost Curve Of Legal Education, Peter B. Rutledge Jan 2020

Bending (And Breaking) The Cost Curve Of Legal Education, Peter B. Rutledge

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Law school graduates will accumulate an average of over $140,000 in debt for their undergraduate and law school studies, and some law schools have reported costs exceeding $100,000 annually. Peter B. “Bo” Rutledge, dean of the University of Georgia School of Law, examines the ever-escalating costs and explains his school’s three-part strategy for dealing with it.


Here There Be Dragons: The Likely Interaction Of Judges With The Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem, Fredric I. Lederer Jan 2020

Here There Be Dragons: The Likely Interaction Of Judges With The Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem, Fredric I. Lederer

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The Constitutional Case For "Red Flag" Laws, Timothy Zick Dec 2019

The Constitutional Case For "Red Flag" Laws, Timothy Zick

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What We've Got Here Is A Failure To Indicate, Laura A. Heymann Dec 2019

What We've Got Here Is A Failure To Indicate, Laura A. Heymann

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The Legal Implications Of Synthetic And Manipulated Media, Thomas E. Kadri Nov 2019

The Legal Implications Of Synthetic And Manipulated Media, Thomas E. Kadri

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Ahead of the U.S. 2020 presidential election, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace convened more than 100 experts from three dozen organizations inside and outside Silicon Valley in private meetings to help address the challenges that synthetic and manipulated media pose for industry, government, and society more broadly. Among other things, the meetings developed a common understanding of the potential for synthetic and manipulated media circulated on technology platforms to disrupt the upcoming presidential election, generated definitions of “inappropriate” election-related synthetic and manipulated media that have informed platform content moderation policies, and equipped platforms with playbooks of effective and ...


Court Record In The Age Of Artificial Intelligence, Fredric I. Lederer Oct 2019

Court Record In The Age Of Artificial Intelligence, Fredric I. Lederer

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Rationing The Constitution: Beyond And Below, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl Sep 2019

Rationing The Constitution: Beyond And Below, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl

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Firearms Law Workshop Mini-Symposium, Part Iii: Framing The Second Amendment: Gun Rights, Civil Rights, And Civil Liberties, Timothy Zick Aug 2019

Firearms Law Workshop Mini-Symposium, Part Iii: Framing The Second Amendment: Gun Rights, Civil Rights, And Civil Liberties, Timothy Zick

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Trust And Retaliation: The First Amendment And Trump’S Taxes, Timothy Zick Jul 2019

Trust And Retaliation: The First Amendment And Trump’S Taxes, Timothy Zick

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The President’S Utterly Un-American Response To Dissent, Timothy Zick Jul 2019

The President’S Utterly Un-American Response To Dissent, Timothy Zick

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The Semantics And Pragmatics Of Legal Statements, Michael S. Green Jun 2019

The Semantics And Pragmatics Of Legal Statements, Michael S. Green

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Recent Case Shows Flaws In Va Benefits, David E. Boelzner Apr 2019

Recent Case Shows Flaws In Va Benefits, David E. Boelzner

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The Persistence Of Fatal Police Taserings In 2018, Donald E. Wilkes Jr. Feb 2019

The Persistence Of Fatal Police Taserings In 2018, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

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Fatal police taserings have been a persistent phenomenon in the United States for nearly two decades. Steadily, relentlessly, year after year, month after month, our police kill citizens with tasers. This article reviews the history of fatal police taserings and those that occurred in 2018.


International Criminal Court Comes Of Age, Nancy Amoury Combs Jan 2019

International Criminal Court Comes Of Age, Nancy Amoury Combs

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The Case That Stirred The State Of Georgia, Donald E. Wilkes Jr. Jan 2019

The Case That Stirred The State Of Georgia, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

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In the second half of the 19th Century, hundreds of murders occurred in Georgia, but only two murder cases electrified the entire state. Both cases were the subject of massive amounts of publicity in Georgia newspapers, and for years both cases were ceaselessly talked about in every part of this state.

One of these two notable murder cases was the Woolfolk murder case, involving Tom Woolfolk, nicknamed Bloody Woolfolk, who in 1887 murdered nine members of his family with an axe in Bibb County and after two trials was hanged in 1890. In 1997, I published a book review in ...


Mystery Subpoena Case At Supreme Court Could Expand Us Authority, Peter B. Rutledge, Amanda W. Newton Jan 2019

Mystery Subpoena Case At Supreme Court Could Expand Us Authority, Peter B. Rutledge, Amanda W. Newton

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This article examines the D. C. Circuit’s underlying decision In Re Grand Jury Subpoena, that expands the possibility that a federal criminal subpoena could override a claim of sovereign immunity when also coupled with an invocation of a foreign blocking statute.


Singapore Convention Presents An Opportunity For Georgia In Mediation, Peter B. Rutledge, Katherine M. Larsen Jan 2019

Singapore Convention Presents An Opportunity For Georgia In Mediation, Peter B. Rutledge, Katherine M. Larsen

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On Dec. 20, 2018, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Singapore Convention. The Singapore Convention ensures that a mediation settlement reached by parties will be binding and enforceable in accordance with a streamlined procedure. The convention will compel contracting states to recognize international mediation settlement agreements in commercial disputes. On Aug. 7, the opening day of the convention, a record 46 nations signed the Singapore Convention on Mediation, including the United States.

The Singapore Convention presents a unique opportunity for Georgia to become a forum for hospitable mediation. Much like it adopted an international arbitration code, the state could ...