The Volokh Conspiracy: A new constitutional law casebook for our unsettled age

Is projecting ‘Pay Trump Bribes Here’ onto a wall of the Trump Hotel a trespass?; Dr. Evil demands $1 million, gets convicted for wire fraud and extortion; Fit to be president?; Three sentences worth contemplating;
 
The Volokh Conspiracy
 
 
Is projecting ‘Pay Trump Bribes Here’ onto a wall of the Trump Hotel a trespass?
Unwanted smell and light generally doesn’t qualify as trespass, though in rare cases it might be labeled a legal “nuisance.”
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Dr. Evil demands $1 million, gets convicted for wire fraud and extortion
“When criminal-law cases imitate art, they do not always choose its highest form.”
 
Fit to be president?
Haven’t we had enough?
 
Three sentences worth contemplating
A look at the meaning of three sentences in the news that are likely to make it into the history books.
 
A new constitutional law casebook for our unsettled age
Why I joined a constitutional law casebook, which puts the Constitution back into constitutional law.
 
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