Jess Bravin covers the U.S. Supreme Court for The Wall Street Journal, following earlier postings as United Nations correspondent and editor of the WSJ/California weekly. His books include The Terror Courts, an account of military trials at Guantanamo Bay, and Squeaky: The Life and Times of Lynette Alice Fromme, along with contributions to Violence in America: An Encyclopedia, Crimes of War 2.0 and A Concise Introduction to Logic (2nd ed.). A regent emeritus of the University of California, Mr. Bravin has delivered the John Field Simms Sr. Memorial Lecture in Law at the University of New Mexico, served on the Berkeley, Calif., Police Review Commission, and taught at the UC Washington Center. He is a graduate of Harvard College and holds a law degree from UC Berkeley.
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