Samuel A. Alito Jr.
Last quote by Samuel A. Alito Jr.
What is the difference between 'reasonably necessary' and 'substantial need'? I have been racking my brain trying to think of something that it is reasonably necessary for me to obtain but as to which I do not have the substantial need. And I can't think of an example.feedback
Oct 30 2017
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Quotes by Samuel A. Alito Jr.
Oct 03 2017
Where does it say six months in the Constitution? Why isn't it seven? Why isn't it eight?feedback
Oct 02 2017
You have not achieved very much because, instead of having an agreement that says no class arbitration, you have an agreement requiring arbitration before the XYZ arbitration association, which has rules that don't allow class arbitration.feedback
Apr 24 2017
Every year the courts of appeals decide hundreds of cases in which they must determine whether thin evidence provided by a plaintiff is just enough to survive a motion for summary judgment or not quite enough. This is one such case.feedback
Apr 24 2017
This is an opinion that is deliberately ambiguous, because there was probably disagreement among the members of the majority about how far they wanted to go.feedback
Apr 17 2017
The one thing about this case that seems perfectly clear to me is that nobody who is not a lawyer, and no ordinary lawyer, could read these statutes and figure out what they are supposed to do.feedback
Mar 13 2017
After all, while most humans wish to die a painless death, many do not have that good fortune. Holding that the Eighth Amendment demands the elimination of essentially all risk of pain would effectively outlaw the death penalty altogether.feedback
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