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Law Professor Available for Comment on Second Amendment and Right to Bear Arms

Tulane University law professor Ray Diamond, an expert on Constitutional Law and especially the Second Amendment, is available for comment on District of Columbia v. Heller. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to hand down a decision on June 26, 2008.

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Gonzales v. Oregon: Health Law Expert Can Offer Perspective

A Saint Louis University health care lawyer and ethicist, one of the foremost experts on pain and the law, is available to discuss the ramifications of Gonzales v. Oregon.

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Supreme Court Nomination Expert Available

Author and Rowan University political science professor Dr. Larry Butler thinks Judge Samuel Alito's nomination may trigger a political bloodbath.

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Samuel Alito, Jr. Nominated to the Supreme Court: Experts and Comments

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The following University of Maryland experts are available to comment on President Bush's nomination of 3rd Circuit Court Judge Samuel Alito, Jr. to the Supreme Court.

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Harriet Miers Withdraws Supreme Court Nomination

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The University of Maryland has the experts you need to put the Harriet Miers story into perspective - please feel free to contact these experts directly. Quotes follow.

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Supreme Court Scholar on Trends in Judicial Experience, Nominations

According to Michal Belknap the "requirement" that Supreme Court appointees be federal appeals court judges is actually a recent development. Belknap is a legal scholar at California Western School of Law in San Diego.

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Maryland Supreme Court Experts Available

The University of Maryland has a number of experts who can comment about the Senate hearings into the nomination of Judge John Roberts Jr. as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

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Supreme Court Nominee Could Play Key Role in Religious Expression Cases

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Melissa Rogers, visiting professor of religion and public policy in the Wake Forest University Divinity School, says President Bush's Supreme Court nominee, John G. Roberts, could play a pivotal role in cases related to government-sponsored religious displays and expression.

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Experts Available for Supreme Court Stories

Wake Forest University experts from a variety of areas are available to provide comment on issues related to the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and the process for nomination and approval of her successor. These sources can also comment on Chief Justice William Rehnquist.

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Time Is Right for Bush to Nominate 'Extreme' Supreme Court Candidate

If history is any guide, the timing may be right for President Bush to nominate a hard-line conservative for the Supreme Court, according to University at Buffalo political scientist Mark Hurwitz, Ph.D., an expert on the judicial process.







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