Weekly Roundup – June 4, 2014

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Are you a fan of Oyez’s case summaries and accessibility? Thanks to a grant from The Knight Foundation, their efforts can now begin expanding to state courts. First up: Texas!

Why was last week’s Supreme Court decision about Bush protesters decided in favor of the Secret Service? Professor Heyman unpacks the decision in this video

Professor Nahmod goes in depth on the Court’s decision in the case of officers who used deadly force during a dangerous car chase

The Supreme Court’s decision may be the final word in a precedent-setting case – but the Justices keep editing when every word counts

Bond v. US opinion

An unusual 5-4 split in the Court ruled in favor of Native American law last week

SCOTUSblog’s updated Supreme Court stat pack

High court will hear a new voting rights case

On Monday, the Supreme Court decided that the revenge of a woman on her husband’s lover is too small a crime to be considered an act of chemical warfare

Do SCOTUSblog’s press credentials depend on the impulses of the Senate? Adam Liptak investigates

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