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Monday, July 25, 2005

Judge Roberts' Jurisprudence

The Supreme Court Nomination Blog has the first couple in a series of posts about Judge Roberts' jurisprudence. These first two are fantastic. I'm hoping to come back and discuss the two posts, but here are the links.

The first, by Tom Goldstein, discusses his views on the scope of the commerce clause as gleaned from Rancho Viejo, LLC v. Norton, 334 F.3d 1158 (CADC 2003), a case in which Judge Roberts wrote a dissent.

The second, by Lyle Denniston, discusses the war on terror and the Judge's votes in three cases, principally Hamdan.

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