Docket 14-004-b: Gay Marriage, No-Fly List, Cell Phone Searches, and More
It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the legal world. Even after splitting this episode into two parts so that I could address Hobby Lobby in-depth, I’ve still got a pile of news stories to get to, including:
- An update on the battle over marriage equality;
- Some ridiculous lawsuits filed by former law students;
- A declaration by a federal court that the No-Fly List may be unconstitutional in its current form;
- The Supreme Court strengthens a person’s privacy when it comes to their cell phones, even as they undermine that privacy where contraception is concerned; and
- Finally, British Airways faces a lawsuit after the airline confuses Spain with the Caribbean and ruins a couple’s vacation.
I’m Oliver and that’s all coming up in this, the conclusion to the fourth episode of All Too Common Law.