Morning Docket

Morning Docket 09.03.08

oj-simpson.jpg* Former Tyco execs Dennis Kozlowski and Mark Swartz, of $6,000 shower curtain fame, are back in court, looking to overturn their convictions. [Business Week]
* O.J. Simpson, of glove-don’t-fit fame, heads to court in Las Vegas next week for his alleged gunpoint robbery incident. [Associated Press]
* The Republican Convention rolls on. Sarah Palin prepares to speak tonight… [Washington Post]
* … and prepares to speak to Alaskan investigators next month about her alleged abuse of power. [CNN]
* Construing the Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act of 1942, Boston Judge Richard Stearns rules that a fraud case against Big Dig contractor employees can proceed. The running of the statute of limitations was tolled during the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. [Associated Press]
* An analysis of former AG Alberto Gonzales’s latest problems, in case you “don’t recall.” [Associated Press]

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