Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Trends in Ohio Supreme Court

A friend called my attention to an interesting case involving those ever-ephemeral "newly created" constitutional rights we hear so much about, which always create reactions in the "originalist" camps. The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled 4-3 that polygraphs cannot be made a condition of probation for a juvenile sex offender. The Court made available this decision summary.

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