Short Circuit 272 | Elizabeth Warren and Jackets

If a sitting senator threatened you with censorship, would it matter what jacket she’s wearing? Although not an issue we discuss this week, it’s related to both of our cases. First, Justin Pearson tells us of a Ninth Circuit case considering whether a letter from Senator Elizabeth Warren crossed the constitutional line by discussing actions that could be taken against Amazon for selling a certain book. Then, Christie Hebert brings us to the Fifth Circuit and whether a man abandoned his jacket at his mother’s house. Does it matter that it was on top of the trash can?

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