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Justice John Paul Stevens will lie in repose in the Great Hall of the Supreme Court on Monday, July 22. The public is invited to pay respects from 10:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. Live coverage is available on C-SPAN.
We are hosting a series of tributes to Justice John Paul Stevens. Contributions are available at this link.

Evan Lee Guest

Evan Lee is Professor of Law at UC Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco.

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06.21.19 Opinion analysis: Felons-in-possession must know they are felons
04.24.19 Argument analysis: Court leaning toward requiring the government to prove that a felon in possession knew he was a felon
04.16.19 Argument preview: Must an unauthorized immigrant in possession of a firearm know he is in the country illegally?
02.28.19 Opinion analysis: Defense lawyer’s refusal to file requested appeal constitutes ineffective assistance, despite defendant’s appeal waiver
10.31.18 Argument analysis: Court skeptical that a lawyer may unilaterally countermand client’s instruction to file a criminal appeal
10.23.18 Argument preview: Can a criminal defense lawyer refuse to file an appeal from a guilty plea because of an appeal waiver? (Corrected)
06.19.18 Opinion analysis: Plain Sentencing Guidelines errors “ordinarily” justify relief
02.22.18 Argument analysis: Justices hint at categorical approach to correcting forfeited Sentencing Guidelines errors
02.14.18 Argument preview: Should forfeited Sentencing Guidelines errors normally be corrected?
06.24.16 Opinion analysis: Victory for the “categorical approach” in immigration and federal criminal sentencing – but for how long?
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