Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
We have less than a month until the end of the 2011 Term. Less than a month until we learn the decision in the biggest case of the decade. Less than a month until we have to speculate on what will be the next "biggest case of decade," (since it really is an arbitrary designation).
We're not expecting further opinions or orders this week from the Court, so we're going to get a head start on our favorite summer activity: speculating about the next Supreme Court term.
Based on nothing more than curiosity and speculation within our office, here are three cases to watch for the upcoming term:
One issue that is noticeably absent from this lineup? Tasers. The Supreme Court denied certiorari this week in Mattos v. Agarano, a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision that says tasering a non-threatening suspect is excessive force.
Now that Tasers are off the table, what cases do you want to see in the Supreme Court's 2012 Term?
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