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Governor Carney’s Statement on the Retirement of Supreme Court Justice Randy J. Holland

Holland is the longest serving Justice in Delaware history WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney received formal notice on Thursday that the Honorable Justice Randy J. Holland will retire from the Delaware Supreme Court at the end of March. Governor Carney issued the following statement: “Justice Holland has been a model jurist and a steady […]




Attorney General Will Not Appeal To U.S. Supreme Court On Death Penalty

Delaware DOJ Will Argue State Court Decision Is Not Retroactive. After carefully reviewing the Delaware Supreme Court’s opinion regarding the constitutionality of Delaware’s current death penalty statute, the Attorney General has decided not to appeal the decision to the United States Supreme Court. He has concluded that even if the United States Supreme Court reversed […]




Supreme Court restores federal regulation of interstate air pollution

Today the U.S. Supreme Court upheld an Environmental Protection Agency regulation aimed at reducing power plant emissions of dangerous air pollution that cross state lines and harm the health of residents in “downwind” states.




Governor Markell Statement on Supreme Court Ruling on Air Pollution

Governor Markell applauded the Supreme Court ruling that upheld the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to regulate cross-state air pollution from coal-fired power plants.




Governor’s Statement on the Confirmation of Leo E. Strine, Jr. as Chief Justice of Delaware Supreme Court

Governor Markell issued a statement following today’s confirmation by the Delaware State Senate of Leo E. Strine, Jr. as Chief Justice of Delaware Supreme Court.







 Pages Tagged With: "Supreme Court"

Governor Carney’s Statement on the Retirement of Supreme Court Justice Randy J. Holland

Holland is the longest serving Justice in Delaware history WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney received formal notice on Thursday that the Honorable Justice Randy J. Holland will retire from the Delaware Supreme Court at the end of March. Governor Carney issued the following statement: “Justice Holland has been a model jurist and a steady […]




Attorney General Will Not Appeal To U.S. Supreme Court On Death Penalty

Delaware DOJ Will Argue State Court Decision Is Not Retroactive. After carefully reviewing the Delaware Supreme Court’s opinion regarding the constitutionality of Delaware’s current death penalty statute, the Attorney General has decided not to appeal the decision to the United States Supreme Court. He has concluded that even if the United States Supreme Court reversed […]




Supreme Court restores federal regulation of interstate air pollution

Today the U.S. Supreme Court upheld an Environmental Protection Agency regulation aimed at reducing power plant emissions of dangerous air pollution that cross state lines and harm the health of residents in “downwind” states.




Governor Markell Statement on Supreme Court Ruling on Air Pollution

Governor Markell applauded the Supreme Court ruling that upheld the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority to regulate cross-state air pollution from coal-fired power plants.




Governor’s Statement on the Confirmation of Leo E. Strine, Jr. as Chief Justice of Delaware Supreme Court

Governor Markell issued a statement following today’s confirmation by the Delaware State Senate of Leo E. Strine, Jr. as Chief Justice of Delaware Supreme Court.