Justices Grant Execution Stay To Consider Juror Racial BiasThe U.S. Supreme Court granted a temporary stay of execution for a Georgia inmate whose attorneys argue that the 59-year-old black man's death sentence was tainted by a juror's racial bias.
Supreme Court's Unusual Start to New Term: No Arguments on Jewish New YearThe Supreme Court opened an unusual term on Monday with a depleted bench, just five of its nine seats filled.
Convicted Md. Rapist Seeks Reversal From US Supreme CourtMaryland man sentenced to 100 years in rape seeks reversal from U.S. Supreme Court.
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