Nina Totenberg Nina Totenberg is NPR's award-winning legal affairs correspondent.
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Justices Weigh Definitions of Competency

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High Court Rejects Bush Assertion on U.S. Treaties

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States Not Subject to All Treaties, High Court Rules

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High Court Says Blacks Kept off Jury in Murder Case

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High Court Hears Second Amendment Case

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Bush, Cheney Take Different Sides in Gun-Ban Case

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Supreme Court Weighs Exxon Valdez Damages

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Supreme Court Allows Suit over 401(K) Loss

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Federal Rules Beat State Laws in High Court Rulings

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