Court ruling on strip searches is unjust

Court ruling on strip searches is unjust

Editor’s Note: Sherry Colb is a professor of law and Charles Evans Hughes Scholar at Cornell University Law School. Story highlights Sherry Colb: Supreme Court ruling on strip search was disturbingly insensitive She says ruling lets authorities strip search those arrested for even minor offenses She says court must protect inmates’ privacy by scrutinizing law…

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Gerald Groff: Supreme Court seems sympathetic to postal worker who didn't work Sundays in dispute over religious accommodations

Gerald Groff: Supreme Court seems sympathetic to postal worker who didn’t work Sundays in dispute over religious accommodations

CNN  —  The Supreme Court seemed to side with a former mail carrier, an evangelical Christian, who says the US Postal Service failed to accommodate his request to not work on Sundays. A lower court had ruled against the worker, Gerald Groff, holding that his request would cause an “undue burden” on the USPS and…

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