They decided it was reasonable for him to believe unarmed Michael Brown was dangerous enough to be shot and there was no other way to stop him from fleeing.
Paul Campos is a professor of law at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
For years the president has insisted he was no ‘emperor’ and couldn’t unilaterally enact the immigration measures he announced Thursday night. So what changed between then and now?
The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of Monsanto’s soybean patent is a victory for the protection of intellectual property.
The “public safety” exception started out narrow, but has grown into a warped version of itself, writes Paul Campos.
Paul Campos says the best way to honor the “democratic process” is for the Supreme Court to back off and let the lower-court ruling stand.
The original originalist never made it to the high court, but his brother in arms, Antonin Scalia, has wrought more than enough damage on his own, writes Paul Campos.
Of course Scalia is biased against gays—but that’s not the real problem with his homophobic screeds, writes Paul Campos.
It wasn't just university leadership that enabled Jerry Sandusky. It was a system that discourages rocking the boat at all costs.
The Food Network canceled Anne Thornton’s Dessert First show in part because she allegedly copied Martha Stewart and Ina Garten’s work, but the legal system provides no easy way to copyright a recipe.
The New Jersey governor may have apologized, but that won’t erase the memory of him claiming 1960s civil-rights activists would have preferred a referendum—not legislation. Paul Campos on what the flub says about the contemporary American conservative movement.