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Leaving a Mark: Artistic Expression, New Media in Protest and Law

By Abby Placik* and the Center for Art Law Team

Introduction: Writing on the Wall

From 2011 to the present, at least four major protest movements – Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”), and #MeToo – have emerged in the United States. 4,824 more words


The Pardon Power Is Not A ShamWow For Presidential Scandals

Below is my column in The Hill newspaper on Giuliani’s statement that the President may “clean up” the entire Mueller investigation with a slew of pardons at the end. 980 more words

Criminal Law

VIDEO Why The IG Report Undermines Mueller’s Obstruction Investigation

June 17, 2018 jonathanturley

Below is my column on the implications of the IG report for the obstruction allegations being investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.   1,067 more words

The Rise of Due Process in India:  Whether Substantive or Procedural

  1. Introduction

The interpretation of the word ‘law’ has bewildered the corridors of the Supreme Court of India for the first 3 decades post-independence. There were two hurdles  in the interpretation of the word ‘law’. 1,470 more words

Due Process

Some Friend! Facebook Gun Photo Not Suppressed, Even Where "Friend" Turned Out to Be a Detective

Everett v. Delaware, No. 257.  Supreme Court of Delaware, May 29, 2018.

Everett was indicted for unlawful firearm possession after a detective, using a false profile, became Everett’s Facebook “friend,” which enabled his observations of Everett’s posted media showing his nightstand displaying a gun.   138 more words

Constitutional Law