Questions tagged [supreme-court]

In most instances is the highest court in a country and isn't always called as such i.e. high court of austrailia for example. If the country has multiple supreme courts, specify which one in your question. Please also tag questions with the relevant country too.

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Was the U.S. IRS instructed to give Congress Donald Trump's tax records; if so, have they?

With the recent ruling by the Supreme Court letting Manhattan prosecutor pursue Donald Trump's financial records, it rejected President Trump’s bold claims of immunity from local law enforcement and ...
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Are there parliamentary republics where Supreme Court appointments are decided exclusively by the Parliament and the government?

In Israel, many political figures on the right (among them outgoing Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked and Zehut party leader and parliamentary hopeful Moshe Feiglin) say that "all over the world" ...
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Period evidence to refute the decision of Baron V Baltimore

In 1833, the decision of Baron v Baltimore established the concept that the Bill of Rights were not applicable to the States. Is there evidence from the ratification debates or debate conventions ...
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Griswold v. Connecticut and the selling of contraceptives

During his confirmation hearing (video, at minute 10:20), Robert Bork talked about a case called Griswold, which eventually ended up in the Supreme Court. The Connectcut law apparently "prohibited ...
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Are there any publicly known plans on a lame-duck Senate SCOTUS confirmation vote be held in order to satisfy senators conditions?

Four Republican senators have said that they would not vote on a justice before the election. I am wondering about circumventing the risk of the senators following through on that by holding the vote ...