SCOTUSBlog discusses our Brief in Rodriguez v. United States

Michael Harless Press Coverage

SCOTUSblog published a preview of the oral argument in Rodriguez v. United States, and discussed our amicus brief:
“One amicus brief was filed in support of each side. While the parties avoid the question whether a dog sniff is a “search,” the U.S. Justice Foundation argues in support of Rodriguez that the Jardines and Jones decisions should call Caballes into question on this point, Read More

Wall Street Journal Article mentions our von NotHaus Brief

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Today, in an article in The Wall Street Journal entitled “A Monetary Gadfly in an Age of Fiat Money,” Seth Lipsky discusses the amicus briefs we filed for GATA in the government’s case against Bernard vonNotHaus.

“These matters were considered by Judge Voorhees, who has been presiding in the von NotHaus case. They were raised most pointedly in an amicus brief by the Gold Read More

Article: Bureau of National Affairs Criminal Law Reporter – Abramski v. United States

Michael Harless Press Coverage

The BNA Criminal Law Reporter’s article on the Abramski decision, “Straw Man for Lawful Firearm Purchaser Made Material False Statement on ATF Form,” by Alisa Johnson, used some of our comments on the decision:

William J. Olson, Vienna, Va., who also participated in amicus briefs, characterized “the essence of the majority opinion” as, “if the Supreme Court thinks that Read More

Bill Olson on

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Bill Olson was interviewed by Steve Malzberg today on NewsmaxTV about the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial of the petition for certiorari filed in Hedges v. Obama. Our firm filed three amicus briefs in the Hedges case, one in district court, one in the court of appeals, and one in the U.S. Supreme Court. The Supreme Court’s refusal to review the Second Circuit’s opinion leaves standing Read More

Article: WorldNetDaily Covers Our Amicus Brief in Chris Hedges Challenge to NDAA

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Bob Unruh’s article discusses the tragedy of the U.S. Supreme Court denial of Chris Hedges’ petition for certiorari challenging the constitutionality of National Defense Authorization Act of 2012. NDAA 2012 allows the U.S. military to arrest and detain, without charges, counsel, or trial, anyone thought by the government to be a threat based on vague standards.

Attempting to deflect public Read More

Congressional Research Service Cites Study on Executive Orders by Bill Olson

Michael Harless Executive Orders, Press Coverage

The Congressional Research Service today issued a report entitled Executive Orders: Issuance, Modification, and Revocation. That report twice references a study which Bill Olson co-authored entitled Executive Orders and National Emergencies: How Presidents Have Come to Run the Country by Usurping Legislative Power.

The CRS report also references an Read More

Herb Titus Quoted in BNA Article “Aiding and Abetting Use of Firearm Requires Advance Knowledge of Gun”

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Herb Titus was quoted in a Bloomberg Bureau of National Affairs (“BNA”) Criminal Law Reporter article entitled “Aiding and Abetting Use of Firearm Requires Advance Knowledge of Gun.” The article involves the case Rosemond v. United States, in which our firm filed an amicus brief on August 9, 2013.

Herb was quoted as saying that “bare knowledge of the presence of a firearm is sufficient Read More