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 […]
RATE JUDGE FREDA WOLFSON Acording to the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, New Jersey will be the site for all talcum powder liability cases defended by Johnson & Johnson […]
PUBLIC ADMONISHMENT OF JUDGE PATRICK E. CONNOLLY The Commission on Judicial Performance ordered Judge Patrick E. Connolly publicly admonished, pursuant to article VI, section 18(d) of the California Constitution […]
JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE COMMISSION ISSUES DECISION AND ORDER IMPOSING PUBLIC ADMONISHMENT ON JUDGE EDMUND W. CLARKE, JR. After Judge Clarke excused one juror who said she had anxiety, the juror started […]
JUSTICE GREEN BETTER LOCK AND LOAD! Justice Garza began her legal career in Houston working as an associate for Thomas N. Thurlow and Associates. In 1991, she moved to San […]