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Justice Alito’s jurisprudence of white racial innocence

Updated: Nov 7, 2023

Justice Samuel Alito is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. His jurisprudence has been characterized by three themes: (1) a fact-oriented approach in which fact is distinct from doctrine; (2) an implementation of “inclusive originalism,” under which a judge may evaluate precedent, policy, or practice, but only if the original meaning of the constitutional text incorporates such modalities; and (3) a strong presumption in favor of precedent and historical practice. Source


I found a news article that discusses Justice Alito’s opinion in Abbott v. Perez, where he held that white lawmakers enjoy a presumption of racial innocence, even when they draw legislative districts that empower white voters at the expense of racial minorities. Source


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