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Dahlin, We The People: A Brief Introduction to the Constitution and ITS INTERPRETATION 38 (2012); Paul Gewirtz, The Pragmatic Passion of Stephen Breyer, 115 Yale L.
The court rejected two appeals without comment, although justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan would have voted to take the case, AP reported.
Rejecting that argument, Justice Stephen Breyer said in his majority opinion that the Senate is not in recess if lawmakers actually say they are in session and retain the power to conduct business.
He goes on to defend substantive due process and judicial activism from critics both on the right, such as conservative judge Robert Bork, and on the left like Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.
Justice Stephen Breyer asked Catherine Carroll, a lawyer for Hartford Life, what problems insurers would face if the court held that claimants must be able to exhaust the internal appeals process before the statute of limitations period on suits can start.
In his dissent, Justice Stephen Breyer noted that the decision gives mere suspects or persons of interest less protection than actual arrestees, whose silence is typically viewed as an implicit assertion of their Fifth Amendment rights.
In a brief seven-page ruling, Justice Stephen Breyer wrote that the stipulation was not enough to keep the case in state court, for the simple reason that it was not binding.
The most probable answer for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, and Elena Kagan isto go to work.
The Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, a 76-year-old group that defends church-state separation, marked a recent renovation of its office space with a reception featuring a visit from Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.
Justices Stephen Breyer, Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor were the majority rule.
In a majority opinion written by Justice Stephen Breyer, the Court's decision is primarily a victory for stare decisis (by which courts follow precedent and do not lightly overturn settled principles of law).
Justice Stephen Breyer, in a dissent joined by the three other liberal justices, disputed a premise of Citizens United - that political expenditures by corporations do not give rise to corruption or the appearance of corruption.