Editor's Note :

Editor's Note :

On Monday we expect the Court to issue orders from the June 23 Conference at 9:30 a.m. and opinions in one or more argued cases at 10 a.m. We will begin live-blogging at 9 a.m.

Cases


Sitting Docket Title(link to Wiki page) Issue Argument(link to transcript) Decision(link to opinion)
15-1482Bondi v. Dana’s Railroad SupplyWhether Florida's nearly thirty-year-old Surcharge Statute is a facially unconstitutional speech restriction, as the Eleventh Circuit held, or whether such a law regulates only conduct and does not even implicate the First Amendment, as the Second and Fifth Circuits have held. (Opinion by )
15-1463Jones v. PattersonWhether an order that affects the judgment under which a state prisoner is held in custody, but does not vacate that judgment, constitutes a new judgment that removes a second in time petition for writ of habeas corpus from the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act's bar on second or successive petitions. (Opinion by )
15-1461Meshal v. HiggenbothamWhether a U.S. citizen may bring a Bivens claim in the absence of any other remedy when federal law enforcement officers unlawfully detain and grossly mistreat him during a criminal counterterrorism investigation abroad. (Opinion by )
15-1455Rowell v. PettijohnWhether state no-surcharge laws unconstitutionally restrict speech conveying price information (as the Eleventh Circuit has held), or regulate only economic conduct (as the Second and Fifth Circuits have held). (Opinion by )
15-1391Expressions Hair Design v. SchneidermanWhether state no-surcharge laws unconstitutionally restrict speech conveying price information (as the Eleventh Circuit has held), or regulate economic conduct (as the Second and Fifth Circuits have held). (Opinion by )
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