Assessing Antonin Scalia’s legacy

In his legal phi­los­ophy, the late Jus­tice Antonin Scalia was a rigid “tex­tu­alist” who believed in judi­cial restraint. He pur­ported to rely on the plain meaning of statutes and often […]

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Justice delayed in life and in death

The Rev­erends Emmett G. Price III and Irene Monroe were back on Boston Public Radio for their reg­ular Monday fea­ture, “All Revved Up.” Lets start with this Laquan McDonald shooting out […]

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