were written in disappearing ink.
We argued that 18 is the natural age. It's an age that's reflected almost universally whenever legislatures have to find a dividing line between adolescence and adulthood, for purposes of driving, and signing contracts and entering marriage agreements and things like that.
the case has not been made to overrule Miranda.
We think that stability in the law is important ... certainly the court has recognized Miranda provides that.
This is not an example of a president repealing a provision of a law that Congress has enacted ... but exercising a discretionary authority that Congress has given him.
The smart money is that the Supreme Court granted this case to reverse.
Not a day goes by when I don't hear Janet Reno's voice in my head saying 'we're going to be criticized anyway so why don't we just do the right thing,'.
I'm not a software developer and I have reason to believe that neither is your honor.