A Review of Judge Barrett's Decisions on the 7th COA May Be of Some Concern for Conservatives | Beaufort County Now | The Associated Press, as reported by the North State Journal.com has a summary of some of the most notable opinions of Judge Amy Coney Barrett on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals since 2017. | beaufort observer, judge, supreme court, amy coney barrett, review, september 29, 2020

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A Review of Judge Barrett's Decisions on the 7th COA May Be of Some Concern for Conservatives

    The Associated Press, as reported by the North State Journal.com has a summary of some of the most notable opinions of Judge Amy Coney Barrett on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals since 2017. You can read it here:

  • Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court, has been on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals since 2017.
  • Her short tenure as a judge has led to few noteworthy or controversial opinions. She has, however, signed onto several decisions that are sure to be questioned in a possible confirmation fight.
  • Here are summaries of some of her notable opinions:

    ...

    Read the full article HERE on North State Journal.

    Commentary

    At first glance, conservatives may be taken aback by this information. But it is entirely consistent with her allegiance to precedent. However, once on the Supreme Court the tendency of many justices is to be less constrained by such precedents because it is the court of last resort and is not constrained by the holdings of a higher court, only previous Supreme Court decisions.

    We shall see.


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