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A system in which a judge can decide any case however he or she sees fit—where the outcome of the case depends not on the law but on the judge assigned to the case—puts everyone’s freedom at risk. It is the role of a judge to apply the law as written, not as he or she wishes it had been written.
Judiciary

Dissent’s Fear-Mongering in Trump Case Is Unreasoned and Unhelpful

May Mailman | Op-Ed
Judiciary

With Supreme Court overturning the Chevron doctrine, lawmakers must legislate, not delegate

Jill Jacobson | Op-Ed
Judiciary

Supreme Court Disallows Challenge to Abortion Drug Regulations in FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine

Anna St. John | Blog
Judiciary

IWF Storytelling Manager Opposes the Nomination of Judge Sarah Netburn

Andrea Mew | Letters
Judiciary

IWF Storytelling Director Opposes the Nomination of Judge Sarah Netburn

Kelsey Bolar | Letters
Judiciary

IWF Storyteller Jennifer Barela Opposes the Nomination of Judge Sarah Netburn

Jennifer Barela | Letters
Judiciary

IWF Storyteller Alissa Kamholz Opposes the Nomination of Judge Sarah Netburn

Alissa Kamholz | Letters
Judiciary

IWF Storyteller Evelyn Valiente Opposes the Nomination of Judge Sarah Netburn

Evelyn Valiente | Letters
Judiciary

IWF Ambassador and Woman II Woman Founder Opposes the Nomination of Judge Sarah Netburn

Amie Ichikawa | Letters
Judiciary

Calls for ‘Ethics Reform’ Are Disingenuous and Dangerous

May Mailman | Op-Ed
Judiciary

Justices on Both Sides Reject Modern Civil Asset Forfeiture

Jill Jacobson | Op-Ed
Judiciary

IWLC Opposes the Nomination of Judge Sarah Netburn

May Mailman | Letters

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