Matthew P. Cavedon

Criminal Defense Attorney, Gainesville, GA

Matthew Cavedon is a criminal defense attorney in Gainesville, Georgia. He is the editor of Conviction, an online series on criminal law and religion hosted by Emory University's Canopy Forum. He clerked for a federal district court judge after graduating law school. He is a member of the Federalist Society's Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group Executive Committee.

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Party Like It’s 1935?: Gundy v. United States and the Future of the Non-Delegation Doctrine

Party Like It’s 1935?: Gundy v. United States and the Future of the Non-Delegation Doctrine

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor: This article discusses Gundy v. United States, a case involving the...