THE VACCINE COURT AWARDS $120,000 TO VACCINE-INJURED MAN. HEALTH DEPARTMENT MAKES SURE TO INCLUDE CLAUSE IN ORDER REQUIRING ANY ORDER ISSUED NOT TO INCLUDE ANY AWARD FOR FUTURE MEDICAL EXPENSES, […]
In an article entitled, “Corrupt justice: what happens when judges’ bias taints a case?” The English newspaper The Guardian mentions RobeProbe as a resource litigants are likely to use when […]
When contempt of court is the right thing to do:
DOES ANYONE SERIOUSLY QUESTION THE IDEA THAT THE SUPREME COURT RULES THE WAY IT DOES SIMPLY BECAUSE IT CAN DO WHAT IT WANTS In Supreme Facts: The Prevalence and Justification of […]
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CASES FOR THE INTERNET IS ABOUT TO BE HEARD BY THE U.S. SUPREME COURT Does Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides that […]
Kagan? Really? Why not Samuel Alito, Jr.?
Meet the Next Safe Space–The Jury Room In an incredibly prescient moment during arguments in Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado, Justice Alito asked: But here we have — in this case, we […]
Pena Rodriguez May Be Overturned by US Supreme Ct. In Rodriguez v. Colorado the question is: Whether a no-impeachment rule constitutionally may bar evidence of racial bias offered to prove […]