by Caroline Cox
Ken Armstrong writes for The Marshall Project about how poor lawyering and inflexible law lead to lost appeals for condemned men.
At ACSblog, Jeremy Leaming discusses King v. Burwell, and characterizes it as “another tiremsome, political act.”
At the blog for the Constitution Center, Doug Kendall and Brianne Gorod consider the opinion of Judge Jeffrey Sutton, the first federal appellate judge to uphold a state ban on same-sex marriage, and how it conflicts with Loving v. Virginia.
Eric Segall argues in Slate that the justices of the Supreme Court should be considered politicians, not judges.