June 27, 2005
The Supreme Court's Big Day
In the final day of the 2004-2005 term, the Court:
- Ruled against 10 commandment displays in a Kentucky Courthouse;
- Said file-sharing services can be sued;
- Cable companies don't have to share lines;
- Wouldn't consider an appeal by reporters in the CIA leak case.
We're still waiting on Mr. Chief Justice Rehnquist on whether he plans to stay on the Court.
In other opinions released today, the Court also held that a Colorado woman did not, for Due Process Clause purposes, have a property interest in police enforcement of the restraining order against her husband.
The Court also allowed a 10 commandments display on the grounds of the Texas State Capitol.
Mark Giangrande, DePaul Law Library
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