Morning Docket

Morning Docket 10.02.08

video_camera.jpg* The Senate is ready to bail out. Senate-approved rescue plan will go to the House on Friday. [Washington Post]

* SCOTUS will not revisit its decision on the death penalty for child rapists. Still unconstitutional. [Washington Post]

* “How would you like to be Osama Bin Laden’s lawyer?” [Doyle Reports]

* Two Neiman Marcus employees were having sex at the office. Their manager installed a camera to catch them. Then he fired them. And showed the tape to a few people, including a nationwide online database of security personnel. It’s so wrong, but so right. [Chicago Tribune via AmLaw Daily]

* DUI attorney charged with DUI. Doh. [Overlawyered]

* The Magic Circle firms are better prepared for the economic downturn than their U.S. counterparts. [American Lawyer]

* Judge Elizabeth Halverson’s husband pleads not guilty to attempted murder. With a frying pan. In the bedroom. [Las Vegas Sun]

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