The Supreme Court of the United States* (SCOTUS) 2022. Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in on June 30, 2022. The photo indicates the SCOTUS who made decisions on these laws.

SCOTUS decisions disrupt the civil liberties of Americans. Learn them now.

The Supreme Court of the United States made decisions in June regarding civil liberties that you need to know.

The reversal of Roe V. Wade has been a much debated SCOTUS* decision regarding women’s rights. There’s more that impact everyone’s civil liberties that you need to know: police not being held libel for not reading Miranda Rights during detention or arrest; expanding gun laws to be able to carry a concealed weapon the public; and not being able to present new evidence in federal court in the case of insufficient counsel. We talk about these decisions with Dr. Sherice J. Nelson. Know your SCOTUS it is important during these times.

*Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in on June 30, 2022. The photo indicates the SCOTUS who made decisions on these laws.

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