Here are a couple of interesting stories from this week.
France has banned the wearing of full face veils in public. Could such a ban pass constitutional muster in the US? Is it a free exercise issue, or is it, as Nussbaum might argue, another example of French establishment of secularism?
The Supreme Court ruled last week that an innocent man who was on death row for 14 years cannot sue the prosecutors who knowingly withheld evidence from him that would have proven his innocence.