Editor's Note :

Editor's Note :

We are expecting one or more decisions in argued cases tomorrow at 10 a.m. We will be live-blogging the opinion(s) as they are released. However, there is no live blog of tomorrow’s oral argument in King v. Burwell. We will have coverage of that argument as soon as possible after it is finished; the transcript should be available tomorrow afternoon, and the audio will be available on Friday.
Wednesday's live blog will be available here.

Rory Little Criminal Law

Rory Little is a Professor of Law at U.C. Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, a former clerk to Justices Stewart (ret.) and Brennan, and author of the American Bar Association’s “Annual Review of the Supreme Court’s Term, Criminal Cases.” He is also “Of Counsel” to the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery on discrete appellate matters.

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11.04.14 Argument preview: Are there (finally) five votes to declare the residual clause of the ACCA unconstitutionally vague?
10.17.14 Argument analysis: Sometimes oral argument does not produce clarity
10.14.14 Argument preview: What can a federal habeas petitioner argue when defending a judgment in his favor?
10.08.14 Argument analysis: A simple answer to a deceptively simple Fourth Amendment question?
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