By Jonathan Peters This is the tenth in a series of interviews I’m conducting with lawyers and scholars who’ve made a mark on freedom of expression. Follow me @jonathanwpeters on Twitter. Martin Garbus is a trial lawyer and First Amendment expert who has appeared multiple times before the U.S. Supreme Court and in trial and appellate courts around the country. His clients … [Read more...] about Martin Garbus: Citizens United is the most serious threat today to free speech, and “there are two First Amendments”
Archives for November 5, 2012
By Mark Wilson Last week’s oral arguments in companion dog-sniffing cases will probably fall along predictable lines. And by “lines,” I mean “property lines.” The Court will likely reverse Florida v. Jardines on the ground that the officer who brought adorable canine cop Franky to the front door of Jardines’ house was within the curtilage, the space adjacent to and associated … [Read more...] about Can We Get Over the Property Thing Already!