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On this edition of Boom! Lawyered, we discuss stays. These don't end legal proceedings; they just put them on hold for a while.
Once a person is detained, their loved ones will usually want to get them released so they don't have to languish in a detention center while their case winds its way through immigration court, which can take months, or even years.
It’s a timely topic, considering HB 2, the anti-LGBTQ law that bigots in North Carolina passed last week.
This time, we’re going to explain what res judicata means, recently invoked during the oral arguments for Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt.
Wherein I offer a tweet-by-tweet breakdown of the oral arguments.
This time, we thought we’d unravel the mystery that is the U.S. Supreme Court.
Maybe you've heard what's going on in Ferguson and, amid all the failures of those in power there, you're confused. You've heard the term "consent decree" bandied about, but you don't know what it means.
Because the last thing you need is the world watching you and your ex knocking boots to "Pony" by Ginuwine, Rewire’s Imani Gandy expounds on temporary restraining orders and injunctions in the first post of a new series focused on explaining key legal terminology and principles.
Utah lawmakers' repeal of Medicaid expansion is not an attempt to address the state's health-care problem with a good-faith solution.