Blog Archives

Prying Open the Jury Room: Supreme Court Creates an Exception to the No-Impeachment Rule for Racial Bias

Post-Rodriguez North Carolina Appellate Cases at a Glance

A Jury of One’s Peers

Feds Focus on Fines and Fees

Reverse Batson Challenge Sustained

What to Expect After a Traffic Stop: The Movie

Is Entering a Store After Having Been “Trespassed” Chargeable as Felony Breaking or Entering?

Implicit Bias: Why Race is Hard Even when People are Good*

A New Addition to the School of Government’s Indigent Defense Manual Series

I Want a New Trial! Now What? A District Court Judge’s Authority to Act Following Entry of Notice of Appeal for Trial De Novo (Part II)