(Photo) Supreme Court Justice Death Sparks A lot Of Controversy

We have just learned that the Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead in his hotel room while on a hunting trip. There has been a lot of controversy on who will now hold his spot. President Obama has a say in who will be next to take the seat but a lot of people are not too happy with that. Republicans are saying that it will be “irresponsible and inappropriate” for Presidet Obama to have any say so in who will replace Scalia.

Supreme Court Justice Scalia Dies While On A Hunting Trip

Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead while on a hunting trip. Scalia was a active worker for the Supreme Court.

If Hillary Clinton Were To Become President, Obama Has A Chance At The Supreme Court

Hillary Clinton is in the race. She is discussing valuable points, she is owning up to any wrong that she has done in the past, and she has agreed that it would be a great idea to appoint President Obama into the Supreme Court, post presidency, of course. Drop down bottom for more.

#Equality: Same-Sex Marriage … LEGAL All Across America Thanks To The Supreme Court!

Today, Friday, June 26, 2015 history was made. In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage in the United States of America. According to his 28-page ruling, Justice Anthony Kennedy said, “They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right.” Drop down bottom for more.

(Photo) Supreme Court Hearing On Marriage Equality

On Tuesday morning the Supreme Court debated whether marriage equality should be enforced in all U.S states.People rallied outside the Supreme Court House both in support and against same sex marriage.Lawyers and Judges heatedly argued both cases.A man from the audience even sprung up and screamed “You will burn in hell! Homosexuality is an abomination!” He was quickly removed from the court room by security.

Know Your 4th Amendment Rights! Police Can Not Make You Wait For K-9 Units!

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that police can not extend a citizen’s detention, during a traffic stop, to look for incriminating evidence unrelated to the initial stop. This ruling came about as a result of the final decision in the Rodriguez vs. U.S. case, in which the Supreme Court voted 6-3 in favor of Rodriguez. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg said, “A traffic stop becomes unlawful if prolonged beyond the time in fact needed to complete all traffic-based inquiries.”

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