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The Not So Muslim Travel Ban

Five judges from across went out of their way to remind everybody just how embarrassingly bad the prior Ninth Circuit stay panel decision was on Trump’s travel ban. This post The Not So Muslim Travel Ban appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Ninth Circuit Splinters Over Trump Travel Ban Rehearing

A three-judge panel in the Ninth Circuit upheld an order blocking President Trump's first travel ban last month. The administration subsequently reissued a new executive order replacing the first and voluntarily dismissed its appeal to the earlier injunction. That should be the end of that debate, right? Not exactly.......

Judges Are Getting Real Cute With Their Citations

Clever, subtle, cutting judicial citations are nothing new. The Ninth Circuit's recent opinion halting President Trump's travel ban is a perfect example, full as it was of citations to cases like Ex parte Endo (leading to the end of Japanese internment) and Texas v. United States (halting President Obama's......

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9th Circuit Erupts As Judge Attacks `Snark Hunt’ For Trump’s Anti-Muslim Statements

A simmering divide on the Ninth Circuit over Trump's immigration orders breaks out into full-scale war as judges accuse each other of politics.

Friday Night Fights — At The Ninth Circuit

A battle royal at the Ninth Circuit over President Trump's immigration order.

Is Trump Going to Go Nuclear on the Judiciary?

How many divisions does the Ninth Circuit have? Some good articles about this: Mollie Hemingway on the five fatal flaws with the latest ruling against Trump's travel restrictions. Michael Walsh reminds us that Congress has the power to remove any...

Non-Sequiturs: 03.17.17

Whaddya know. Preet Bharara said to be investigating HHS Secretary Tom Price at the time he was fired. [ProPublica] Ninth Circuit Judge Richard Clifton doesn't mention Donald Trump's name, but that's totally who he was talking about. Show More Summary

Hawaii judge’s ruling could lead to constitutional crisis

(Paul Mirengoff) When a Ninth Circuit panel issued a decision striking down President Trump’s original travel ban, I described its opinion as “limited in impact, but full of mischief.” The biggest piece of mischief, I thought, was the...Show More Summary

Conservative judge slams 'personal attacks' on judiciary

A conservative federal appellate court judge who authored the so-called torture memos under the Bush administration is criticizing personal attacks on the judiciary. Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge … Click to Continue »

Three Ninth Circuit Judges Ask Congressional Committee Not To Split Up The Court

These were not the same three who ruled against the Trump Administration several weeks back. [ more › ]

Rule Of Politics, Not Law, Invalidated The Second Executive Order

Pres. Trump’s second executive order should have survived review in the District Court in Hawaii. The revised order was a conscientious effort to meet the objections of the Ninth Circuit. The first-order was appropriately seen as unrefined...Show More Summary

As Judges Block Trump’s Immigration Order, Ninth Circuit Dissenters Rebel

A strong dissent by judges on the Ninth Circuit of Appeals previews arguments the Trump administration will make to uphold its immigration policy.

Whistleblower Ruling Threatens to Unleash Parasitic Aliens on the Law, Judge Warns

A Ninth Circuit decision interpreting Dodd-Frank to have broad whistleblower protections may have some far-reaching consequences, according to the ruling's lone dissenter. And he's not talking about disrupting administrative schemes for securities law enforcement. Instead, the decision could risk unleashing a jurisprudential version of the parasitic alien from John......

Dodd-Frank Provides Broad Whistleblower Protection, 9th Cir. Rules

The Ninth Circuit has weighed in on a growing circuit split over Dodd-Frank's whistleblower protections, reading the statute broadly to encompass internal whistleblowers as well as those who work with the SEC. The case stems from a lawsuit brought by Paul Somers, former VP of Digital Realty Trust, Inc.,......

Tribe Has Groundwater Rights in Coachella, 9th Cir. Rules

In a case that may affect tribal rights nationally, a federal appeals court ruled that an Indian tribe has rights to groundwater in California's Coachella Valley. The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said that federal laws granted the native tribe rights to the underground water more than 100......

Issuing A New Travel Ban Might Not Be Enough To Save It

Stung by last month’s Ninth Circuit decision that barred enforcement of the first travel ban, President Trump issued a new order yesterday. The obvious goal of this strategy is to begin anew with an order that does not suffer from the initial order’s constitutional defects. Show More Summary

Trump Issues New Executive Order in Refugees, Immigration

President Trump has issued a revised executive order addressing travel and immigration from six Muslim-majority countries. The new order comes less than a month after the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously blocked his previous executive order on the issue. While the latest executive order is designed to avoid......

Donald Trump’s revised travel ban may not satisfy the courts

NEARLY a month after promising the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in a tweet he would “SEE YOU IN COURT”, Donald Trump has staged a lawyerly retreat from his addled executive order of January 27th. On February 6th, the president revealed a fresh attempt to “protect the nation from foreign terrorist entry”.

Non-Sequiturs: 02.28.17

So, is the Ninth Circuit really the court that gets most frequently overturned by the Supreme Court? [Empirical SCOTUS] Buckle in marijuana enthusiasts, it's going to be a long four years. [Huffington Post] Is there ideological discrimination in law school hiring? A debate. Show More Summary

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