Date registered: Aug 2002
Vehicle: '85 2.3-16 '99 C280 '11 GLK350
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
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Supreme Court's "Seinfeld" Cases
They're called that because they're cases the high court has taken on that are, like the TV show, really cases about "nothing" compared to the typical high powered stuff they handle, like presidential elections . . .
Anyway, I'm curious to hear what you mental giants think of these cases:
1) Can the Federal government overstep a state law allowing the use of medical marijuana, under the Interstate Commerce Act, when the ganja was grown, distributed and used within a single state?
2) Does a state law, which prohibits the purchase, across state lines, of cases of wine, violate the very same Interstate Commerce Act?
On a more serious note:
3) Sentencing 17 year olds to death.
4) Allowing judges, in sentencing, to use evidence that the jury was not allowed to hear.