SCOTUS to weigh case that could free 100’s of Jan 6 felons

The Supreme Court will hear a case Tuesday that could have major implications for hundreds of Jan. 6 defendants — as well as special counsel Jack Smith’s prosecution of former President Donald Trump. The case, Fischer v. United States, asks the Supreme Court to weigh the scope of an obstruction statute, Section 1512(c)(2), which penalizes […]

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Supreme Court says states can’t disqualify Trump

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled Colorado cannot disqualify former President Trump from the ballot under the 14th Amendment’s insurrection ban, a historic decision that preserves Trump’s ability to seek a second presidential term. Monday’s unsigneddecision effectively ends the long-shot efforts that aimed to prevent Trump from returning to the White House, handing a monumental legal […]

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Supreme Court dodges Smith’s Trump request

Steering clear of a political firestorm for now, the Supreme Court said Friday it would not immediately decide the key question of whether Donald Trump has broad immunity for actions he took as president challenging his 2020 election loss. The court denied without comment special counsel Jack Smith’s request asking the justices to circumvent the […]


SCOTUS agrees to appeal that could save Trump

The U.S. Supreme Court has said it will hear an appeal against Capitol riot obstruction charges brought against more than 300 people, including Donald Trump, in a move that could delay the former president’s federal trial. A four-count federal indictment brought against the Republican by Special Counsel Jack Smith accuses him of working to overturn […]


Colorado Supreme Court kicks Trump off ballot

The Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday banned former President Donald Trump from appearing on the state’s ballot for the 2024 presidential election. Those who have argued that Trump should not be on states’ ballots have cited a Civil War-era clause in the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that mandates officials who take an oath […]