Scott Bullock

Scott G. Bullock is an American lawyer who focuses on property rights issues such as eminent domain and civil forfeiture.wikipedia
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Institute for Justice

He is President and General Counsel at the Institute for Justice, a nonprofit libertarian public interest law firm.
Senior Attorney Scott Bullock replaced Mellor as President.

Civil forfeiture in the United States

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Scott G. Bullock is an American lawyer who focuses on property rights issues such as eminent domain and civil forfeiture.

Grove City College

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He received his B.A. in economics and philosophy from Grove City College and his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

United States

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Scott G. Bullock is an American lawyer who focuses on property rights issues such as eminent domain and civil forfeiture.

Right to property

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Scott G. Bullock is an American lawyer who focuses on property rights issues such as eminent domain and civil forfeiture.

Eminent domain

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Scott G. Bullock is an American lawyer who focuses on property rights issues such as eminent domain and civil forfeiture.

Nonprofit organization

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He is President and General Counsel at the Institute for Justice, a nonprofit libertarian public interest law firm.

Libertarianism in the United States

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He is President and General Counsel at the Institute for Justice, a nonprofit libertarian public interest law firm.

Public interest law

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He is President and General Counsel at the Institute for Justice, a nonprofit libertarian public interest law firm.

Kelo v. City of New London

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He represented Susette Kelo in Kelo v. City of New London, an eminent domain case decided by the Supreme Court in 2005.

Supreme Court of the United States

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He represented Susette Kelo in Kelo v. City of New London, an eminent domain case decided by the Supreme Court in 2005.

Guantánamo Bay

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Bullock was born in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and grew up outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Pittsburgh

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Bullock was born in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and grew up outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

University of Pittsburgh School of Law

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He received his B.A. in economics and philosophy from Grove City College and his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

New London, Connecticut

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After the decision by the high court to allow the City of New London to seize the homes and businesses of current residences to make room for a "90-acre office, hotel, and housing complex", Bullock said that it was "a sad day for the country and a sad day for the Constitution."

Tewksbury, Massachusetts

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He represented Russ Caswell when the police tried to seize Caswell's motel in Tewksbury, Massachusetts after incidents of illegal drug activity on the premises.

Equitable sharing

He called the practice of equitable sharing, in which state and federal law enforcement share the proceeds of seized assets, a violation of federalism.

Federalism in the United States

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He called the practice of equitable sharing, in which state and federal law enforcement share the proceeds of seized assets, a violation of federalism.

Parental responsibility (access and custody)

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He is an advocate for parental rights.

The New York Times

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He has shared his views on constitutional issues in publications such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal as well as in broadcast media such as 60 Minutes, ABC Nightly News, and National Public Radio.

The Wall Street Journal

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He has shared his views on constitutional issues in publications such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal as well as in broadcast media such as 60 Minutes, ABC Nightly News, and National Public Radio.

60 Minutes

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He has shared his views on constitutional issues in publications such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal as well as in broadcast media such as 60 Minutes, ABC Nightly News, and National Public Radio.

NPR

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He has shared his views on constitutional issues in publications such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal as well as in broadcast media such as 60 Minutes, ABC Nightly News, and National Public Radio.