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In its conference of March 2, 2018, the court will consider petitions involving issues such as whether a state court’s denial of capital post-conviction counsel’s request for funds to conduct a mitigation investigation constitutes “cause” to overcome procedural default when the denial operated as an...

Attorney General Jeff Sessions rebuffed criticism from President Trump, vowing to do his job with “integrity and honor” after the president called it “disgraceful” that Sessions asked an internal watchdog to investigate Republicans’ claims of inappropriate behavior by FBI agents, reports Politico. Trump’s tweet blasted...

John Elwood finally reviews Monday’s relists. This week’s installment is going to be even more slapdash brief than usual, because it’s been (and remains) an unusually busy week. And I’m not just talking about my being forced to multitask because of all my responsibilities. The Supreme...