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  • emUSA v Randy Johnsonem
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    USA v. Randy Johnson

    The Seventh Circuit Court reviewed a three-judge panel’s ruling that police can legally detain and search a person whose car is parked illegally. The dissenting judge in the 2-1 decision said the court was enabling…

  • Justices Kagan and Stevens on the Supreme Court
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    Justices Kagan and Stevens on the Supreme Court

    Former Justice John Paul Stevens joined Justice Elena Kagan, who replaced him on the U.S. Supreme Court, for a conversation on their careers and experiences on the Supreme Court at the 65th…

  • Citizenship in Europe and the US
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    Citizenship in Europe and the U.S.

    Judge Diane Wood talked about the meaning of citizenship and national identity. In her presentation she used a hypothetical construct of a nation-state to explore concepts of nationality,…

  • America and the Courts
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    America and the Courts

    America and the Courts included: On Thursday, February 16, 2006 Justice Samuel Alito was at the U.S. Supreme Court for a formal investiture as a Supreme Court justice. After the investiture he…

  • Moral Values and the Constitution
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    Moral Values and the Constitution

    Moderated by Mr. Dellinger, federal judges talked about morality and how it factors into interpreting the Constitution. Topics included whether judges should take into account what they see…

  • Tribute to Justice Harry Blackmun
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    Tribute to Justice Harry Blackmun

    Judge Wood and Judge Moore talked about Justice Blackmun’s career, honoring his professionalism and fairness. After their remarks they answered questions from the audience.

  • Situation in Haiti
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    Situation in Haiti

    The American Bar Association International Conference panel on U.S. policy responses to the events in Haiti. The panel discussed the results of the September 1991 coup.