Supreme Conduct: U.S. Supreme Court critics are highlighting Justice Samuel Alito’s behavior on the bench last week—specifically his eye rolls and head shakes—as a prime example of why the nation’s highest court needs some more rules, The National Law Journal reports.
Forced Feedings: U.S. District Court judges Rosemary Collyer and Gladys Kessler of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia are being asked to put an end to the "grotesque" practice of force-feeding at the Guantanamo Bay detention center in in southeast Cuba, The Miami Herald reports.
Forced Decryption: Federal prosecutors are demanding a Wisconsin man immediately decrypt seven hard drives they believe contain child pornography before he forgets the passwords, saying he can continue to litigate a Fifth Amendment claim after he opens them (thereby preserving the evidence), Wired.com reports.
Forced Fair Use Consideration: Three circuit judges in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit gave new life to Google's defense in a class-action designation of the copyright lawsuit the Authors Guild filed over the company's book-scanning project, IT World reports.
Postponed Sentencings: The sentencings of former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., and his wife, Sandi, were postponed Monday, with no new date set, The Chicago Tribune reports.