Non-Sequiturs: 08.09.17

* Which justices dissent most frequently in constitutional cases? The top few probably won’t surprise you, but Adam Feldman has other interesting data too. [Empirical SCOTUS]

* A hefty — think 132 pages — ruling from the Tenth Circuit, overturning a Native American man’s murder conviction and death sentence, could have major implications. [How Appealing]

* Warm words from Eugene Volokh for his co-blogger Nick Rosenkranz, a possible Second Circuit nominee. [Volokh Conspiracy / Washington Post]

* Drew Rossow poses an interesting question: Could Your Roomba Soon Be Sucking Up Your Privacy Rights? [Huffington Post]

* Ann Althouse analysis on President Trump’s controversial “fire and fury” comments. [Althouse]

* “THE HORROR. THE HORROR. Newark Terrorized by Whole Foods.” [National Review via Instapundit]
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