Can the Government Track Your Phone? The Supreme Court Decides Carpenter v. United States



When someone was arrested after the government tracked their cellphone without a warrant a question was raised. Did the violate the Fourth Amendment’s protection against Search and Seizure. See what they said in this episode of Supreme Court Saturday.


America’s Borders: Splitting Up Families



The media has extensively covered the morality of splitting up families for immigration purposes, but in this episode Stephen looks into the economics and the legal reasons for why we are actually doing what we’re doing.


Supreme Court Decides the Partisan Gerrymandering Case… Kindof



When they released their opinions on Gill v. Whitford, the supreme court laid out some interesting conclusions, and left some room for future political maneuvering. Here’s what they said.