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Georgia Habeas Corpus and the 1st Amendment

Posted in Administrative Appeals, Opinions and Analysis

The Volokh Conspiracy has post up about Strine v. Delaware Coalition for Open Government, Inc., a case the tests whether a Delaware statute that provides that judges may act as arbitrators in civil cases is constitutional under the First Amendment where the arbitration sessions are closed to the public. Professor Volokh give a little background… Continue Reading

Sex Offender Classification: A New Sort of Appeal for a Brave New World

Posted in Administrative Appeals

In the past year, I have worked on a new category of appeal in an area that did not exist when I came out of law school and was in its infancy when I started focusing on appellate law. Those appeals have been in a Georgia administrative agency called the Sexual Offender Registration Review Board…. Continue Reading