Tag: Gorsuch, Neil M

Supreme Court Seems Skeptical of Broad Sweep of Identity Theft Law

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed poised on Monday to limit the scope of a federal law that adds two years of prison time to sentences for a variety of felonies if the defendant engaged in identity theft in the process. The case concerned Davis Dubin, who was convicted of health care fraud. Mr. Dubin, […]

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Barrett, Gorsuch and Kavanaugh Aren’t as Unified or Conservative as Alito and Thomas

Some wondered whether Justice Brett Kavanaugh‌’s bitter confirmation fight would radicalize him in a rightward direction, as Justice Thomas’s did. Instead, he is now the court’s median justice, slightly to the right of Chief Justice John Roberts — with whom he voted 98 percent of the time last term — and basically a more conservative […]

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