The Supreme Court hears two cases about ineffective lawyers on Monday.

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Cases Tied To Dubious Legal Advice Reach High Court

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Gay Service Members Challenge DOMA

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Terrorism Defendant Argues Free Speech Defense

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In Boston Terrorism Trial, A Free Speech Defense

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Ex-Goldman Sachs Director Surrenders To FBI

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Criminal Deportations: Effects On U.S., Latin America

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Protesters hold up signs outside of Federal Hall during a demonstration against then-U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft in 2003 in New York City.

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As It Turns 10, Patriot Act Remains Controversial

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Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina has criticized the Obama administration's stance on the detainee policy in the defense bill.

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Big Fight Brewing In Senate Over Defense Policy Bill

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Police Arrested On Gun-Smuggling Charges

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U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara speaks as New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly and Charles Campisi, head of internal affairs, listen during a news conference Tuesday to announce the arrest of five New York Police Department officers on charges that they smuggled firearms, cigarettes and slot machines they believed were stolen.

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Where The Marijuana Grows: Feds Target Landowners

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Dr. Brenda Williams, right, with her husband, Dr. Joe Williams, in their Sumter, S.C. medical clinic. The two routinely register their patients to vote. Brenda also seeks out new voters at the county jail.

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A Push To Register New Voters Reaches Behind Bars

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Migrant worker advocate Lourdes Villanueva shows off the most popular playhouse at the Redlands Christian Migrant Association preschool in Mulberry, Fla. Despite the early arrival of kids from Alabama, the school can't open yet because it doesn't have enough money.

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Families Broken Up As Immigrants Flee Alabama

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