U.S. Supreme Court 2016: Gun Rights, Affirmative Action and Political Corruption
The Supreme Court ended it's term June 30th, issuing a slew of decisions. We look at three rulings: one involving gun ownership and domestic violence cases, another on affirmative action in college admissions and a third on political corruption. A look at how this unusual eight member court ruled and what ramifications these three particular decisions might have for New Hampshire.
- John Greabe, Professor of Law at UNH
- Jennifer Sargent, Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric at Dartmouth College; former law professor, district-court judge, and public defender.